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.
Summary: I have loved Bust A Move since I first played the Neo-Geo version in an arcade some 15 years ago. I have played various home versions of it, from the stellar (Dreamcast) to the pretty good (Gamecube).
Excerpt: Very Colourful addictive puzzle game for the DS. The general idea is to match the same coloured bubbles to remove them from the screen. It can be very addictive and fun to play in the different modes such as puzzle mode, endless mode and multiplayer mode where you can play against the cpu or a...
Conclusion: I love Bust-a-Move on Playstation, so this was a must-buy for me as soon as I bought my DS. Though I must say, I was a little bit disappointed in comparison to the Playstation, but the game itself is excellent.
Excerpt: Bust a move has been a favourite of mine since I first started playing it on the Playstation One many, many years ago. The game kept me addicted for hours and would keep me up until the early hours of the morning trying to complete each stage.
Excerpt: I'll admit it to everyone right now: I suck at puzzle games. Ever since Tetris on the original mono Game Boy I have built up a strong dislike for the genre based purely on the fact that I can't play them.
Pros: Fantastic multiplayer, great use of DS stylus
Excerpt: Bust-a-Move began its life on the SNES, as Puzzle Bobble (the US version was the one known as Bust-a-Move). It featured the same charcaters from the well known Bubble Bobble series, the two cute dinosaurs, Bub and Bob.
Pros: Addictive puzzling fun, great use of touch screen