Air Table Hockey - This worked pretty well. You moved the Falcon from side to side, forward and back to hit or block the oncoming puck. It controlled pretty well, with few complaints, and it felt a little more natural than the air hockey game that came on Wii Play.
Fish Sticker - An odd demo which involved you having to move around a pond, shooting fish with a plunger gun to collect points. I think it's just a tech demo to kind of show off the FPS capabilities of the Falcon controller, which it does, but another game they had did a much better job of this. More on that to come.
Newton's Apple - A simple bow-shooting game where you try to shoot an apple off a monkey's head. It did a good job of showing how force-feedback and the Falcon works in a 3-D environment. You could actually feel the tension as you pulled back on the bow string and released it. Aiming was simple and worked well, as I had little problems hitting the apple.
Road Race - Okay, here's where the Falcon doesn't work well, and it's probably why I had to do a bit of digging to find this demo. Using the Falcon, you are supposed to push the controller in, as if you were using an accelerator, while at the same time, you use the Falcon to steer left and right. Needless to say, this was very clumsy and I got irritated at it incredibly quickly. This obviously isn't going to be the thing that replaces the force-feedback steering wheel.
Feelin' It Golf - Even more clumsy than Road Race was this little demo, and this one was right out in the open. Using the Falcon to try and hit the ball was near impossible in this game, as it took me forever to finally learn how to swing with full power. Even then, I kept slicing the ball to the right, which kept landing me in the rough and pissing me off greatly. Again, the Wii remote does this a lot, lot better.
Top Pin Bowling - You would think once again that the Wii remote would easily best the Falcon in this department, but bowling on the Falcon, while different, felt pretty easy and accurate. With a little practice, I could put the precise power and spin I wanted on the ball. This was definitely the second-best sports game I played on the Falcon