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: 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.
Summary: ...because I was a fan of the original on the SNES, and I was afraid that they would mess it up with the new slingshot mechanism. As it turns out, it only took a few minutes to get use to, and whenever i go back to the classic mode, it feels incredibly slow and unresponsive compared to the rapid aim and snap control scheme. I highly recommend this new iteration, and classics Puyo-puyo/Puzzle Bobble/Bust-A-Move fans should have no fears getting it.
Summary: I always seem to have a major adiction to what comes to great puzzle games. While so many of them might be good or bad, they always can be just as addictive. Since Nintendo came out with the DS handheld last year, there has been yet to receive a unique puzzle game. While there has been one with the addictive Meteos game, there have also been attempt to bring back the classics from the arcades as well.
Summary: I have a game like this on my mobile phone so decided to get it for my ds. its simple and easy to play and you can choose a different character to play with each time but it does not seem to save were you have got to as you do not have a profile. it arrived in time scale and was as described.
Summary: I have always loved this classic game, from spending hours & pounds in arcades when I was younger. Good for puzzle-lovers and extremely addictive. The use of the stylus is OK, you need to tap on the "bobble" and drag it down to catapult it. This does make aiming a little tricky and I kinda miss the old D-pag or even joystick controls. However, this doesn't take much out of the enjoyment of the game, so I would completely recommend it.
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 human. Very cutesy graphics and music but if you look past this it is a very addictive game to play. It could have limited longevity but is a good game ...
Conclusion: a great classic game, which is finally on the DS! it takes a bit of time to get used to aiming from in the lower screen because of the break between the DS's upper and lower screen, but this game is great! my only issue is that when playing multiplayer (one cartridge), the second player is forces to aim with the DS stick, rather than the D pad.
Conclusion: I always remember playing Bust A Move in the arcades in Skegness when I went on holiday, spending a fortune at a time on them! When I saw this on the DS, I just had to buy it and I am so not disappointed. The only thing about the game I don't like is the fact that, as a left handed player, I can't use the stylus in game-play as effectively, so I have to use the arrow keys. Still, it plays awesomely and has a great, retro feel to it. Well fun!