Ah, yes! Great suggestion!
Minigames have always been my favorite part in games like Mario Party and Warioware. They make the gameplay fresh and exciting, and some of them are just bloody exciting!
I especially love when they introduce minigames before making you have to use the minigame skills in the epic boss fights! Like they didn't do in Spyro 3. Spyro 3 had way too many playstyles. Don't get me wrong, I understand what they were trying to do. But they went overboard! Some characters weren't fun to play as at all. Kind of like Crash 3, actually! Not only did the devs suffer the same fate, but the games had the same flaws as well. Crash 3 had WAY too many vehicles! And the Relics, don't get me started on the Relics!
For starters, you had to run really fast! And the underwater sections made running impossible. Ah, the post traumatic stress is killing me. Please don't have too many vehicles/characters in Project Ukulele!
Bloody hell, mate! I say! Luv!
My favorite line from V from Vendetta is: "Behind this mask there's not just flesh and bones and brains, but there's also another bulletproof mask, and bulletproof masks are bulletproof."