Reviews and Problems with Arthur and the Invisibles
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Rana Doble, Amazon
23 August 2013
Summary: I had this game before & really liked it, but my kids lost it. I have asked pretty much every game store for this game & they did not have it. One of the store's told me to look on Amazon, so I got the game I wanted for a really good deal on top of that.
Summary: Given as a present for a nine year old boy, was popular with recipient and other children. Kids in our family share games, the younger kids do not seem interested in it. It's better liked and easier played by 8-10 year olds. Popular with boys and girls alike. I would guess on a scale of one to ten, the kids would give it a 6 or 7, Mario games are their favorites and most used games.
Summary: This is the worst game we have bought so far. This only consists of pointless mini games that fustrates my seven year old. She and I both tried this game once, and that was enough for both of us. We can not sell it to the game trading place here in town for more than two dollars because it is such a low rated game there. Bottom line... Save your money and get a game your kids will actually enjoy.
Arthur and the Invisibles for the Nintendo DS - lots of variety!
7 July 2009
Excerpt: "...for the Nintendo DS game, Arthur and the Invisibles, developed by Neko Entertainment and published by Atari. This is an action game which is fast paced and primarily involves working through over ninety mini games to progress through the game. The game is a licence of the feature film of the same name, but doesn't really relate very heavily to that film. You can choose between three different gameplay modes, challenge mode, virtual pet simulator ...
Pros: Lots of variety, good graphics and sound
Cons: Needs multiple copies in multi - player mode, limited long - term interest