Basically, this game is supposed to have a more exciting story mode than mini-game mode. The mini-games aren't exactly worthy of writing home about, and for gameplay, they're the best you get. The only valuable content offered is the print studio, where kids can create and print a variety of projects that aren't normally given. Masks and cards and coloring pages can be made as well as comics. One drawback to the cartoon maker is the character limit within the speech bubbles, allowing children to enter only a few words into each one. If you happen to be searching for a title that inadvertently makes light of science while providing minimal entertainment, this game would suffice. However, there are far better titles available -- even ones bearing the Dexter name. On the sarcastically bright side, with this title, a kid could feasibly make a door sign warning "stupid" siblings to stay out of their room -- if only to keep them from playinig this game.