Despite its good premise, there is barely any content here to justify paying more than a few quid.
The list of games is as follows:
Balloon burst – pop the various size balloons in face value numerical order.
Mallet Math – remove blocks in a stack so that the total adds up to the given number.
Colour Count – keep a track of balls landing in a basket. You must specify the highest quantity; either blue, red, or equal.
Art Parts – You are shown a complete painting and must add parts to your incomplete painting. The trick is sometimes the painting is flipped or mirrored.
Train Turn – Place train tracks so that the train can reach the exit.
Odd One Out – There are 4 moving images and you must spot the one that doesn't match. It's surprisingly harder than it sounds.
Whack Match – You are given a set of items and must whack the correct mole when he pops up with them.
Fast Focus – Starts off with a zoomed in blurred animal image and progressively gets clearer. It's a multiple choice of four.
Species Spotlight – A small area with many cartoon creatures moving around. You point with the remote to shine a spotlight, then have to specify which creature appears most.
Covered Cages – The usual cups and ball game but with covered bird cages. You have to keep tracks of multiple birds as they are mixed around.
Face Case – A few ugly kids go past the screen and you have to choose one person from the multiple choice answers.
Reverse Retention – A sequence of numbers, pictures, sounds is shown, and you have to recall them in reverse order.
Match Blast – Tetris style blocks have piled up and you have to destroy a few of them to get the shape shown.
Speed Sorting – Four images are shown and you are given a classification like "has legs", "largest", "warm blooded" and you have to choose one or more that meet the criteria.
Block Spot – A shape made out of blocks is shown and you have to choose a multiple choice of four. The trick is that they are similar and the shapes are rotating.