Plus, no matter how colorful the imagery in the power events, grinding ice for snow cones or spinning your finger to hypnotize a dragonfly really just amounts to drawing circles as quickly as possible. But many other events control worse than the power games thanks to an overly finicky, unadjustable control scheme that often decides your circle didn't count because it was a little too oval-shaped, and thereby keeps your wheels from turning as freely as they should. Turn It Around just mixes too much frustration mixed in with the fun. Screw this. Wheel of Fortune's on.