While Tip-It deserves credit for being one of the first stacking dexterity games and is probably one of the better ones, it suffers from the same problems that plague most games from this genre.
While there are better indoor shuffleboard options, Rebound is still a fun game from 1971.
Fleas on Fred is another game in a long line of games from the early 1990’s that implement weird gameplay mechanics in order to appeal to children. While the game should be enjoyable for children, due to its’ easy difficulty level, the game is nothing more than a curiosity for adults.
Growing up in the early 1990’s I have fond memories of playing Grabbin’ Grasshoppers when I was young. After so many years the question becomes how well has the game held up? I think the game would still be quite fun for children, but it is only a quick distraction for adults.