Cameron liked the rides- at first I thought he was young enough that he wouldn't care if it was moving- NOPE! He figured out the concept of tokens pretty darn quick and would take one from my hand, then feed the (correct!) slot to start the ride.
Bryanna's favorite was a gun that shot water and raced two characters. The problem was that she'd feed the game, then get distracted by Austin playing the game next to her and forget to play!
Austin didn't have a favorite, he played them all! There was a (kinda) cute animatronic show, and there was a blue screen and camera set up so kids can dance & watch it on the tv screens that were all over the restaurant. That was a big hit!
My only complaint is that the little kids games were programmed to give out only a set amount of tickets, regardless of how many points were scored and the rides didn't give out any at all, (although one did take lovely pictures). We traded in our whopping 150 tickets for 4 mini frogs and a set of glow-in-the-dark teeth.
This ride produced a picture every time it was ridden. We left about half of them behind.
Chuck E Cheese himself (on a screen) did these sketches up for only one token- what a bargain.
Poor Bryanna- I don't really have an excuse for her goofy expression. She really is much cuter than this, I swear!