...then you'll probably like this game. There is both single player and multiplayer modes.
Single player mode involves getting through a 12 tournaments with 5 rounds each tournament. Each round you will earn a Bronze, Silver, or Gold metal depending how you score. It also has certain requirements such as not shooting illegal birds, only missing a certain amount of times, etc. You score points by shooting legal birds. You will also get gun upgrades, bonus ammunition count, hunter glasses to make targets easier to see, hunter vision that slows down birds for easier targeting, and even a dog which will flush out bonus birds that are worth more points.
There are also several multiplayer modes such as Versus, Team Play, and Hunting Party. In Versus and Team Play, every player needs their own Wii remote. In Hunting Party, every player passes a single Wii remote around. Versus and Team Play are pretty straightforward with the highest scoring person or team at the end of the match winning. In Hunting Party, items are thrown into the mix to make the game more complicated for the next player or giving yourself more points. Like the other games, the player with the most points at the end of the match wins.
I remember the days when we first got Nintendo. My dad and I would play Duck Hunt for hours. My parents got a Wii, well, it was going to be for us, but my husband already got us one, so they kept it (good for the grandkids). I got a copy of this for my dad remembering how he liked Duck Hunt. I was pretty pleased because I got through a few tournaments with all golds. He took that as a challenge and calls me up excited one night...he got through the entire game finally...all golds. Needless to say, it was totally worth the money and has entertained us all. Well, maybe not my mom, but my son and I have fun playing versus and my dad likes beating my scores. Fun for everyone.