This could be fun if it weren't for games like Mario Bros. The pace is just crazy slow for the kiddos. Husband and I enjoyed looking back at some family favorites with a new twist, but the games are really limited in kid excitement.
We played quick game of mousetrap. To get the pieces, you had to play the same mini game over and over (anyone remember oiler? or pipedream?). It was pretty boring and the kids didn't like it at all.
Life was a bit fun but each turn seemed to drag on and on. If there was a way to speed the play up, it had potential. I kinda liked clue (when you got hints, everyone else had to turn away), itt was a bit different than the board game. Seems no one else liked it though.
Overall, I was so bored with the game, and I think the whole family was too. We sent it back the same day.
This game is not worth the money to buy it let alone renting it. Not what I expected in a game. The instructions for the games need to explain more. we were half way through each game before we learned how to play it. The only game I would play on this is The Game of Life. Clue is to easy to cheat one you figure out what your doing and I have the board game and know how to play. Normally you guess when you in a room and in this version you have to get rumor points to guess. Mouse trap was just boring way to repetitive. Could not figure out how to play the Yatzee hands down game. and Twister was boring as well. So Just because you know how to play the board games doesn't mean you will know how to play these ones. Good luck everyone.