This being a game show, the controls are appropriately simple. Most answers are displayed in one of four directions, and you can use either the D pad or a flick of the Wii Remote to select them. Using the motion controls works OK, but the D pad is more reliable. There are some instances where the game interprets your flick incorrectly, especially if you're making a broad gesture.
Disney Think Fast nails the charming Disney atmosphere in the presentation. The characters all look and animate fluidly, the genie in particular. Each environment represents a different movie and era in Disney animation. Whether it's the hard lines of 101 Dalmatians or the smooth pastels of Lilo & Stitch, each environment evokes the appropriate style. The games feature plenty of sparkly effects and high-quality videos and pictures. The sound is full of cheerful music, with the occasional recognizable tune played during a game. When you're navigating menus, an announcer reads options to you, but a sound glitch will occasionally pop up and cause him to get stuck in an endless loop, which can be grating when you're trying to set up a game. The genie spits out a number of humorous one-liners during the game, but they repeat quite often, and start to get stale after a few rounds. The contestants aren't too chatty, but they pipe in when necessary and their voice samples sound great, so you can expect to hear an authentic Donald Duck tantrum when you lose.
There isn't much to do in Disney Think Fast, especially if you don't have people to play with, as there isn't an option to play against the computer. The solo game will let you unlock more characters, but the games and questions repeat too often to make it worth playing for long. If you or your children have an unquenchable thirst for all things Disney, there's some fun to be had here; everyone else should look elsewhere for their trivia fix.