Summary: Docomodake DS is rather obscure, mostly because it's based of a foreign mascot (like Domo). But the game is fantastic, and the music is some of the catchiest I've heard on the DS. If I had one wish, I would ask for this game to be more popular.
Summary: I haven't played a lot with this game. I got distracted with some other games that were addictive! It takes getting used to (because I don't like to read instructions!) on how to maneuver the mushrooms. The tiny little ones are soooo adorable. I'll get back to it soon.
Great Concept, Gets a LIttle Stale in the Higher Levels
10 February 2011
Summary: The uniqueness of this title alone gets your through the fist hour of gameplay. It's a challenging and rewarding platformer. However, in the later levels, some of the challenges seemed familiar from levels past. I would highly recommend buying this used.
Fun puzzle platformer, glad they brought it to the US
A user, Amazon
27 June 2010
Summary: I have no idea why they published this game in the US, the character is the mascot of a Japanese telecom giant and US audiences have no familiarity with it. That being said, I am really glad they did!
Summary: I bought my son a ds, and was looking for some games to get him started. I saw this game for a steal of a price, and read reviews saying this was a great game. After my son(5 yr old) and I playing this game, I have to agree. The game is fun yet makes you so some problem solving.
Summary: I got this with the Nintendo DSI for my little girls 5th Birthday. She and her older sister love it. It is fun to watch them play. At first it was a little confusing for me getting around- you have to split the character up or put them back again, but the girls figured it within minutes making me...