There are several games in the bonus section. "A Dreamworks Fairytale" lets you select a story setting and a few word options, and then it fills in the new alternate fairytale for you, mad-lib style. "Puss' Paw Pouncing Challenge" lets you use your remote to hit beams of light on the screen. "Kitty Keyboard" isn't necessarily a game, but it lets you listen to a few short nursery rhyme themes with a keyboard that only plays cat's meows. "Kitty Strikes Again" lets you find what's different between sets of two images. Honestly, none of the game options are very fun, and other than padding the bonus section with "more", it's hard to know why they're there.
A DVD is also included, which has no bonus items.
Puss In Boots is a reasonably fun escape, and a beautiful one at that. But ultimately it feels lacking, and doesn't stack up as well as either its Shrek forebears, or other similar Pixar or Dreamworks fare. But neither is it bad. It's just a light escape that should entertain kids, adults and animation fans at least once. Just don't look for it to have a ton of repeat value, as the story and pacing wear thin pretty quick.