MagiQuest - multiple kids can share one wand (and game)
MagiQuest gets rather expensive if you have two kids or more. However, a single game includes multiple "Quests" that you can play during your entire stay. Multiple kids can either take turns using a single wand and play individual Quests on their own, or play together and share the wand (alternating turns between stations). In fact, this seemed like a much more organized way to play the game as it forced the kids to play together and share rather than having multiple wands waving all around.