As already owning this game once before I loved it
9 July 2013
Summary: However I bought a used game. At first it didn't work on any DS I had, but after a few times taking it out and putting it back in it finally worked. No one deleted the past data, so I had to look into/google how to do that which was a bit annoying. It also took FOREVER to get here for not even being in a case (like I thought it would have came with. Instead it came in a tiny paper slip.). Other than that I love having this game back in my collection.
Summary: It's very intriguing, very fun, very, VERY silly and will keep you glued for AT LEAST a week. In my case the fun extended well over a month. I kept coming back to enjoy the silliness and difficulty. The dark, charcoal-like character models are too cute. The Rub Rabbits are so silly and the games have tons of variety. Although I do wish to sell this to anyone willing to pay 10 bucks for it, I've had my fun with it and enjoyed its unique charm.
Fun in a box for a cheap price, how can ya go wrong?
Cloud "...", Amazon
29 December 2006
Summary: Generally over the course of the Nintendo DS's cycle so far, some games have almost tacked-on touch controls as if they realized "oh yeah, this is the DS isn't it? We should add something." Feel the Magic essentially allows you to use the touch screen exclusively and even its microphone and while it probably isn't the deepest game to play, it's sure fun, albeit very short inexpensive fun. Story: You play a member of some kind of bunny gang who meets a gorgeous girl.
Summary: Sounded like an interesting concept, but the mini-games are somewhat ridiculous, and the graphics are very uninteresting. Managed to be amusing for about 15 minutes, and I would probably only ever play it again if I was REALLY bored.
Summary: whoa freaky game...u havent used the ds til u used it to make a man puke out fish and all to impress a girl. wow the japanese have the weirdest ways to impress girls. blowing ouut candles? the good part is that this game is quite a game of graphics it seems so real. The bad part is when someone asks u why u are rubbing a video console while the sound of a man puking is coming out.
Summary: Okay! This game was questionable at first. I really don't know what to say about this game! Either you like it or you don't. I personally found it kinda annoying. The game could have a better title and cover art on the box. In my opinion, there is not too much replay value on this game, go get WarioWare Touched instead.
Summary: Today, I went to the local gamestop and traded in my SP, a DVD, and a GameCube game. I made $44, and used $31 of it to buy this game. I haven't completed it yet, but I'm on stage 13 and have spent about 4 hours playing it. RATING This title is rated T for Teen, but so far I haven't seen much innapropriate content except for a scene of your character looking at the girl's behind, and the girl making a few, er, suggestive sounds.
Summary: The graphics on this game are the best feature - they aren't realistic, but very trippy. The game play is not so strong. While it is mostly fun, it is simply a series of mini-games strung together with a story. The music is excellent but becomes repetitive. An ex. of the mini games: scream into the DS microphone for what seems like forever to get a girls attention; blow into the microphone to make a sailboat move across the water (cooler than it sounds); Rub goldfish out...
Excerpt: The Game This game is basically a collection of mini-games, put together to make some strange story that is told with mostly pictures. Because of this, I’m still not sure after playing for quite a while exactly what the story is about. I’m guessing that you help the main character (some weird dude wearing a helmet and knee / elbow pads all the time) to try to impress a female.
Pros: Quirky mini - games
Cons: Music is annoying, wouldn't play for ages at a time