Want a good way to waste some time, then you need to check out Snoopy's Street Fair. I'm not sure why it's called Snoopy's Street Fair and not Charlie Brown's Street Fair because the reason for the street fair is to raise money to buy uniforms for Charlie Brown's baseball team. The game is a farming type game (much like Farmville) in which you buy and setup different booths. Each booth gives you a certain amount of money and experience in a certain amount of time. Like a Popcorn Cart will cost you $5,000 to build but will give you $3,60 and 255XP every 2 hours, that is if you are there to collect it. If you are not there to collect the money it will stay there but that booth will not collect anymore money or XP until you collect what is there. You know it's ready to be collected by a Snoopy coin over the booth.
The game is free but like other games like this they do have ways of making money. Certain characters takes Snoopy dollars to be able to buy. These are different than the Snoopy coins you collect from the booths. From what I've seen so far the only way to get these is to level up and when you do that you get $2. The first character you can buy with these Snoopy dollars is Linus which is $30, (most of them are $20 or $30 with Woodstock being $75.) You can earn the money to buy these but as you might guess it would take a long time. The other way to get Snoopy Money is to buy them (with real money). For $4.99 you can get $50 Snoopy dollars and it goes up to $99.99 for $2,000 Snoopy dollars. These are done as in game purchases so you would need to have your iTunes password to be able to buy them. The reason I say that is to say that a kid playing this game couldn't accidentally buy Snoopy dollars and as long as they don't have the password they couldn't buy them at all.
The game also has a social feature. It ties into to either or both your Gamecenter account and Facebook account. This way you can see other friends you have playing this game. Once you add a friend you can go see their fair and give them gifts.
The app also features some mini games like Snoopy trying to make lemonade, making Snoopy jump into piles of leaves and several others. There are also a couple of other cool features like being able to read some Peanuts comics and taking a picture that makes it look like Snoopy is kissing you.
Overall the game is a time waster but one of those that I find myself getting pulled into. Maybe because me and my daughter try to see who can level up the most (without spending any real money.) It's fun and if you are a Peanuts fan something you probably want to check out. For free even if you only play around with it for a couple of minutes it's worth checking out.