Summary: It takes some getting used to - the aim doesn't always line up where you think it's going so sometimes it's best just to trust your own good judgment. This is a game I go to when I want a little challenge.
Summary: I ordered the game after looking at the trailer & thought that my grandkids would like it. I thought I was ordering the WII version, but when I received the item, it was for the DS. That's ok though, the kids have DS & they loved it! I even played it on their console! I've now ordered it on the WII. Can't wait!
Summary: This game has an awesome storyline, good graphics, and the sound effectsand music don't make you wan't to snap your ds in half and are actually pleasant. But after a month or so you get sick of this game, its the same all the time. You pull and fling the bubbles and match the colors. But by the time I sold this game I never wanted to play it again. It got boring within a week. But this game has a truly delightful two player mode.
Summary: Bust-a-move. A long time favorite of mine since the Super Nintendo days when I first played the series. It is an addicting and fun game if you're into puzzle games like Tetris. Gameplay: The objective is to match up 3 or more of the same colored orbs in order to destroy them and gain points until there are none on the screen. A simple game to play that can get challenging at times. The various characters and branching of courses determines the difficulty of each round.
A Nice Timewaster, but not as good as the previous games.
Sarah Seifert, Amazon
6 February 2009
Summary: I love the Bust-A-Move series, but I must admit that i was a little disappointed in this game. Overall it is fun and well worth picking up, but it has a lot of little problems that drag it down and it just flat out isn't as enjoyable as its predecessors. Bust-A-Move is your classic "match three" game with a little twist: you try to connect different coloured bubbles and burst large groups of matching colours to win big points.