Summary: Bought this as a new game shipped by amazon. It was not new but was re-shrinkwraped to look new and was missing the club Nintendo passcode sheet. If I had known up front I would have still bought it and wouldn't care. I just don't like being lied to about condition.
Summary: I purchased this as one of my Granddaughters Christmas gifts & wasn't sure if she had played it or how well she liked it. When I inquired, she said she'd played it many times & really liked it. So, that's very good, since she's got dozens of DS games she rarely touches!!! I haven't played this game myself (yet) but will say, that although my granddaughter is only 8yrs old, she is very proficient at playing these DS games.
Summary: I love my new 3DS, and since I'm 60 years old little games like this one are fun puzzles that I am quite sure entertain me a whole lot longer than others. Who cares! It challenges me at higher levels so I love it, especially on long trips in the car.
Summary: The graphics are well done with cool light sourcing, shading and a deep 3D effect. The puzzles are challenging and make you have to think it out. There are arcade modes for more action oriented play, and the puzzle levels for slower paced but more difficult puzzles. There are also a bunch of extra 2d retro C-64 style levels included but these will likely only appeal to those who played the old originals due to the old school pixellated graphics.
Summary: I am not too familiar with the Boulder Dash games. I have at least played the one on the NES and this game is way easier than that one. I've also played the clone of Boulder Dash on PC I don't remember the name of it but it was on Real Arcade about 11 years ago and you were a dragon that time. If anyone remembers the name of that game, feel free to let me know. Ive played another clone on Cartoon Network's website about that time as well.