Ryan Sil. (Gamer & freelance PC/Android indie dev), Amazon
3 November 2014
Summary: To new or die-hard fans of Bust-a-Move, this 3DS cartridge packs a good amount of arcade-puzzle entertainment to justify the price of admission. For other Bust-a-Move fans, this is the Puzzle Bobble equivalent to New Super Mario Bros.
Summary: Its the same old Bust a Move game we've all come to enjoy but for some reason it loses some of its fun being on the small 3DS screen... and the 3D doesn't add anything to the game at all. If you must get this game then wait until it's around $20 or less.
Summary: This game is what I expected it to be. It is fun to play and you don't have to put much thought into it. It does get repetitive after a while, no surprise there. If you play the challenge games, the guide for the arrow will turn off on the harder levels making it a bit more challenging.
Summary: This is another installment of the same Bust-a-Move that gamers have known for years, but it's missing one element: a challenge. This will be far too easy for anyone who has had significant success with other versions of this franchise.
Summary: Visuals: The 3D effects are nice but not overwhelming. It's a fair balance of the pieces falling from view special effects popping out of the screen. Yet, the main play board has very little depth which allows you to play longer sessions.
Don't bother if you don't like Bust a Move/Bubble Bobble
H. Wang "nycmode", Amazon
18 April 2011
Summary: This was one of the first games I bought because I am a big fan of the puzzle franchise/series. I personally had fun with the game, but that's only because of the reason above. If you're new to the franchise, sure having the 3D gimmick will add a bit of additional visual eye candy to the experience.
Summary: I've always been a fan of the Bust a Move titles, but this title has to be up there with my least favorite titles. The entire game is on the top 3D screen, which I understand is so that it can utelize the 3D effect.