Summary: As far as touch screen based gameplay goes this is by far one of the most fun and intuitive. Even I must admit it has its short-comings, namely how quirky it is and sometimes a level's gameplay may not be described well enough to get it right the first time. But it is fun if not very different.
Summary: This is a fun game I enjoy the wacky storyline. Its good for a nice pick me up game. havent played it a lot but looking forward to playing it on my spare time. Will have you jumpin to win the levels.
Summary: Reviewed for Big Boss Games by: Eschneider6 Feel the Magic exclusively for the Nintendo DS is one of the most creative games made by Sega. It's in a game category by itself. You want to win the girl of your dreams, so you and the group "Rub Rabbits" try performing madcap stunts & rescuing her from...
Summary: This game isn't the best game ever. BUT, it is fun. You join a team of performance artists to prove to your would-be-girl that you're the guy for her. This leads into a plethora of zany challenges where you do everything from blow out candles to swat bees away from your lady.
Summary: I was a little wary of buying this game. I found a lot of them for cheap at a used game store, and, more often than not, it means the game wasn't popular and was a waste of money for the people who got it. This is absolutely not the case for this game.
Summary: This game is basically a cross between WarioWare and a dating sim. (Eww...Wario in a dating sim; not a pretty picture!) You play this guy who's after this girl, and a man wearing bunny ears convinces him to do stupid stunts in order to get her attention.
Summary: First of all, this game was not sexual or inappropriate in any way. The game consists of you (a male) playing mini games to try and get the girl of your dreams. The mini games are fun and I found it hard to stop playing unless I couldn't beat something and got frustrated (some are pretty difficult).
Summary: Feel the Magic was one of the original launch games for the nintendo DS. With such a minimal selection at the time, this might have been a forced purchase for some people. For others though, it was the concept or sheer craziness of the game that drew you in.
Summary: At, first this game seems wierd....and it is. But that doesn't mean it isn't great. This game uses every part of the DS system, but the buttons. The missions range in anything from spray-painting a wall with the touch screen to blowing out a giant candle with the DS' microphone.