Summary: Dropcast slipped on to shelves recently from Singapore without much fanfare, which is a shame it wasn't better promoted. Its a solid puzzle game with good graphics which presents a great game package. Dropcast incorporates a basic classical action puzzle style with a fresh twist.
Summary: This game was frustrating as heck, yet addicting to the point where I am selling it because I will be breaking my DS if I don't get rid of this game. I am pretty good at puzzle games and I don't even know if there is a level 2 in this game because I never got that far.
Summary: A agree with the other reviewer, its addictive but its extremely frustrating. In fact the story line matches its game play... Tormenting I keep playing it because I can't believe I can't beat the first level, which is why I will eventually get so angry I will trade it in.
Summary: This game, while looking fun and challenging has very little for levels. In the review it boasts multiple levels and interesting unlock able characters, but you really don't get past the first level in game play. You play the same level over and over, with very little to no change.
Summary: We purchased this game for our son who is almost 9. He actually picked it out because he liked how the color blocks looked and I mistakenly thought it was a tetris like game. In fact, the guy at gamestop said it was a puzzle game that was similar to tetris.
Summary: Soft toys with twisted personalities, strange powers and a penchant for violence slug it out in a deadly match of spells and wit. The premise might sound strange for a puzzle game but oddly, it works for Dropcast, the first made-in-Singapore DS game.
Summary: This game has two different parts to it, a battle between ds machines or computer vs you. and there is also a solo points play section. It is similar to Tetris but more advanced using two screens