Reviews and Problems with 101-in-1 Explosive Megamix
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what a surprise-- it's a lot of FUN!
J. Nishimitsu "mama jo", Amazon
11 December 2011
Summary: I was a little worried when I ordered this game because of some of the negative reviews... But I actually really like it. It definitely can be frustrating at times. The first game-- basketball, took me a day to pass. I wanted to throw my dsi. But others are fun and easy-- like darts, archery, frog catching bugs with it's tongue. I think it's a good thing to mix challenging and easy-- keeps things interesting.
Summary: Definitely the best of the 'multi game pack' games out there. Yes, you have to earn coins to unlock higher games, but it's very easy to do. Whereas some folks find the games too difficult, there is such a variety among even the 10 games that you start out with that you can easily find at least one or two that suit you best and play those to build up the coins quickly. The graphics are fun, lively, and colorful, and most of the games are creative and unique.
Summary: I thought this game was going to be hard they did not tell you about the points you had to earn to get to the next level. I found if you do the easy ones first over and over again it's not so bad and you get more points faster to move to more levels I love this game some of them are hard, just skip to the next game after all you have 101 to play.Try the game i hope you like it.
Summary: This game is especially good if you like to use your stylus, as almost ever game requires you do. Some of the games are a little trickier than others, but if you keep at it you'll get them. Nice variety, I've played for hours already and am still enjoying playing!
Summary: Lots of games. Some of them seem more for little kids, then for adults. The bowling game is kind of addictive, though! In my opinion this game would suit a young person somewhere in the age group of 10-12 better.
Summary: These are timed games of skill, mostly lasting one minute. A few of the games, such as Sudoku and a slider puzzle, aren't timed. You start off with only 10 games that are unlocked and then have to unlock other games with points you've earned. It's not hard to earn points - all points are kept, even if you don't make it thru the game. And the first time you make it thru a game with a predetermined minimum number of points, you get a huge number of bonus points.