Corrected entry: When the racers are paying to compete in the race to decide who will be the next day's avatars/racers, the King mentions that they pay using a gold coin they've collected by winning previous races. This doesn't make sense however as they all would have started with none. Even if they all started with one, only the winner would have any to play with the next day. How did they pay to compete before they collected these coins? And what happens if an avatar loses all their races and run out of coins? They'd never been able to compete in the race again, meaning the pool of racers would be whittled down over time.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Ralph leaves Tappers, and is talking to the robot about a game where he can win a medal, the robot states the game is called "Medal of Heroes." When Ralph is next seen wearing the robot's uniform, and heading into the game, we see that the game name is actually "Heroes Duty".
Corrected entry: During the kart-baking mini-game, the countdown clock evidently changes speed for no reason while off-screen, as it takes 24 seconds to go from 0:54 to 0:42, 11 seconds to go from 0:29 to 0:15, and 5 seconds to go from 0:13 to 0:12. Altogether, this "one-minute" game of apparently continuous action lasts 1 minute and 13 seconds from "Go!" to "Time's up!" (00:49:35 - 00:50:55)
Corrected entry: In the scene in which Ralph interrogates sour Bill, he becomes aware that Felix and Vanellope are locked in the fungeon. There is just one problem with this: when and how did Vanellope get locked up? It is never shown if she turned herself in or was maybe captured, etc., making for a lot of uncertainty.