Production quality is excellent. The game itself is about as basic as you can get: Spin the spinner. If it's rail (50% chance), and you can progress, move forward a space. If it's the gate (25%), switch whose track is blocked at the midpoint. If it's the bell (25%), ring the bell and yell for the sheer fun of doing so, really. My not-quite-1½-year-olds' eyes light up whenever we get this out, but they're just barely starting the get the notion of taking turns at anything. The finer points of even a game like this are still a little beyond them, which was HABA's claim with the 2-year-old minimum. 1½ years: They're getting better at taking turns, and even doing the right action for what they spun (with my instruction), though moving is rarely to the next space - not that I'd expect it to be yet.
[Children's Game] A game appropriate for very young kids. If you want to teach your two year old the basics of taking turns this might be a decent game. Kids will quickly grow out of it but it looks so nice that they will play with it a lot. The game is completely made out of wood and it entirely self contained so there are no pieces to worry about loosing.