In the end, Nintendo Now would say that they recommend Wii owners to give Let's Tap a try. It sports a $30 budget price tag, so you're not investing too much for it. In terms of mini-game compilations, Let's Tap stands out from the rest due to its unique tapping control scheme. It actually works pretty well in most cases, and you will no doubt have a blast with it.
With only five modes available, the game may struggle to keep you interested. It's a great party game though, given you got enough boxes for each player. Let's Tap is good fun while it lasts, and for some, that may be quite a while. Nonetheless, no matter how long you play it for, you can't help but remember you're time with it.