Neverball (which comes packaged with Neverputt) is a short casual game where the object is to guide a ball to a goal. The controls are just so difficult to use, though, that it is a chore to play the game.
In each level you must collect a certain number of coins to activate the goal. You cannot leave a level until the goal is activated, effectively padding the amount of gameplay. Collecting some of the coins is nearly impossible to accomplish, however, as your ball is incredibly bouncy and the controls seem to have a mind of their own.
To control the ball you move the mouse to tilt the game board. Unfortunately, left/right movement of the mouse turn the camera as well, which is what makes the controls so difficult to use.
I feel that it is appropriate at this point of the review to state that Neverball comes packaged with an equally bad mini-golf game called Neverputt. The ball in Neverputt hardly ever goes into the hole and is impossible to aim in a straight line. Adjusting the power of your shot is also a bit difficult, as there seems to be no way to gauge how far your ball is truly going to go.
Neverball and Neverputt are aptly named games that should be NeverPlayed.