This game comprises of 217 "microgames", which are VERY small games (they last five seconds each). There IS a story but it's not important at all, what matters is those little gems...
One moment you'll be trying to shake hands with a dog and the next you'll be grabbing flying toast. Then it's on to eating a whole hot dog in limited time, or bouncing a watermelon off someone's stomach. And that's what makes this game so good, the sheer variety of button bashing fun on show - and all the games go by so quickly that if you play a dud, before you know it the next one's up. There are also a few hidden "full" games, which are well worth finding.
The graphics are good for a GBA game, although there are no flashy effects or anything fancy like that the whole package is beautifully presented, with each game having a very individual look and feel to it. The sound is superb - frantic music sets the right button-mashing frenzy kind of tone and incidental sound effects like the sound of a shark speeding along on a skateboard really add to the game's wacky appeal.
As a portable, quick blast pick-up-and-play game this is virtually flawless.