Summary: ive started playing cradle of eqypt on my pc, and remembered i used to have a game on my ds, but couldnt find the gae anywhere so decided to check out amazon, and voila there it was. I like the game but i think i prefer cradle of egypt, which will be next on my list.
Summary: If you like to play Bejeweled, this is as close to that game for the Nintendo DS that I found. It's starts out simple, but gets more complicated as you move along. I've enjoyed playing it, get a little frustrated at times, as I run out of time just as I get near to completing a screen, so it can be challenging. I would give this game a thumbs up.
Summary: I've played Puzzle Quest, Zoo Keeper and Cradle of Rome, all similar to Bejeweled. You line up three or more tiles in a row to make them disappear. Of the three, I like Cradle of Rome the best. You don't have to worry about a nasty computerized opponent raining tiles down on your field since it's just you playing against the clock. As you clear the fields, you earn money, food and materials that help you purchase buildings such as sawmills, lighthouses, temples etc.
Summary: This was a good purchase. Challenging yet still do-able, unlike some games that I have bought that looked good but were totally confounding. If you have played Bejeweled-type games and enjoyed them, then I would highly recommend this game.
Summary: Dont buy this 2 game set if you dont have a lot of time on your hands. Because I have not been able to put it down since I started to play, its totally addictive. There are 100 levels on both games, the second game is easier than the first. Just one fault, you need most of the super tiles to get past the later stages, and sometimes you just have to let the time elapse as you already have that tile. Thats why I gave it a 4 instead of a 5. But over all very entertaining.