Summary: There's a story line along with goals to achieve. Prefer computer version but I bought this for a 11 year old who had a difficult time building coasters on the PC version but loved having an amusement park. DS version is easier on kids.
Summary: Good price, arrived well within designated delivery date. Has yet to play on it so can't really comment on which age range it would suit. Bought as a stocking filler for my 13 year old daughter.
Summary: I really enjoyed this game. The crushing mechanic is clever and can be enjoyed without the use of 3D on the console. The learning curve begins progresses gradually but once you're on the later levels, you will basically rely on trial and error to get through them. A fun game but not a huge amount of longevity or reasons to come back to it. If the price is low, definitely worth a pop.
Summary: I bought this as I had this game on my PSP years ago and I loved it. However this version is not as good. The character of Danny is different, this version is less quirky or twisted than the old version. As someone who played a previous version I was disappointed. If you have not played the game before I would recommend playing as it is an interesting puzzle game which is enjoyable.
Summary: Like a lot of great puzzle games Crush3D is both fun and frustrating in equal measures. Perhaps it's my steadfast refusal to use the in-game hints but I've had to slam my 3DS shut and cool off for a few minutes on more than one occasion. I'm sticking with it though as it is a good game, and at the price it's currently going for is an absolute bargain.
Summary: I've been playing Pullblox a lot on my commute to work, and as I've almost completed it I was looking for a successor. I tried the Crush 3D demo, and was impressed enough to get the full game. The game is really quite good. The 'crush' mechanic works well, and flipping between 2D and 3D to move around the puzzle to collect marbles is both challenging and rewarding. The 3D really adds depth to the visuals, but can be switched off if the eyes are getting tired.
Summary: I think it is now a good moment to give my opinion on Crush 3D as I've completed all levels except Trophee mode which is on its way. I must say that the game is fun, challenging. I admit I sometimes had to scratch my head finding my way through the maze. Some levels are definitely tricky. Unfortunately, I will say that I would have expected more levels, a game that last longer. I consider myself a casual gamer.
Summary: THIS GAME IS RATED AS A 12 PLUS AGE GROUP,AND THAT IS TRUE, AS IT TESTS A KIDS REASONING TO THE LIMIT. IT IS VERY EASY TO GET FRUSTRATED IN THE EARLY STAGES, AND YOU DO FALL OFF THE EDGE A LOT! BUT THE REWARD IS GREAT WHEN YOU COME UP WITH THE SOLUTION, AND IT MAKES GOOD USE OF THE 3D/2D PROSPECTIVE TO COMPLETE THE LEVELS.A SIMPLE BUT CHALLENGING GAME TO KEEP YOU AMUSED FOR AGES.