Summary: My review is largely based on my Clue experience. First off, it's not a bad game, but if I had tested it out before buying it, I wouldn't have made the purchase. Now, on it's own in 1 player mode, it's fine. You get to choose how many NPCs you play against, and I always go with the full 6 players total. But, I bought this game, specifically to play with 1 friend and it just didn't translate all that well.
Summary: My kids enjoyed this game briefly but I don't see them using it much after the first week. I was disappointed that they each have to have the game to play together. I got the impression that it would work with the DS's wireless like the Mario games do. It doesn't.
Someone told me I needed to get a Clue...so I did.
(robot) " (robot)", Amazon
6 December 2008
Summary: I got this game mainly for Clue. I like playing Clue but sometimes it's hard to get two other people to sit down with you to play the board game. But now I can enjoy a game on my NDS whenever I want. While I would mostly be playing this in single player mode, the game does have wireless multi-player capability. In single player mode, you can choose how many computer opponents you want to play against, from 2 to 5. It takes some time to get used to the game mechanics.
Summary: While playing Mouse Trap the computer player landed on a space where they were to take two pieces of cheese from the player with the most cheese. I received a message on the bottom saying that the computer player was selecting and then it stuck like that. I ended up having to go back to the main menu and quit the game.