Summary: The basic idea of this game is familiar (The Incredible Machine), but the goals quickly become repetitious and the physics itself somewhat finicky. The touchscreen controls were also somewhat frustrating.
Summary: I'm stunned that I cannot find an option to allow for my being left handed. It's pretty darned difficult to wield the stylus and rotate the pieces at the same time. I want so badly to like this game, but right now, I'm just frustrated because my hands keep having to cross over and get in the way!
A natural direction for DS titles to go, but with flaws in the first attempt.
J. Listro, Amazon
2 May 2009
Summary: I went to GameStop looking to buy a different game, found this one, and decided I've give it a try. I'm on level 94 of 100 after several hours of almost straight gameplay (it's very addictive), and this is what I've noticed. The game takes its cues from an independent game by the name of Crayon Physics, and Sierra's Contraptions.