Summary: The first time I got my hands on the game I could hardly put it down. It made a great traveling time killer. Looks simple enough but the level gradually gets harder and ups the challenge. The feeling of upgrading the armor and watching the robot suit kicking some ass is absolutely hilarious and satisfying. Must get!
Summary: I purchased this game because of a recommendation by Amazon. I own, and enjoy, all of the Professor Layton games and because of that, Amazon recommended this game. I love it! It can be tricky to remember to switch back and forth between the top and bottom screens, but it's all part of the game. I highly recommend this to anyone who likes the PL games, and/or other puzzle DS games.
Summary: I'm a 56 yr old mom who has little time for relaxing and when I do relax it's on my stationary bike. I use the time to catch up on my ds games and this one has to be the most entertaining one I've found in a long while. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to enjoy this game; just turn the volume down put on some good jazz and play the game and of course pedal like crazy!!
Summary: It's beautiful both visually and aurally, with a funny script and an outrageous story, but the standout is the mixed gameplay of block-matching and action-platforming. A game like Henry Hatsworth could not exist on any platform other than the DS, and EA Tiburon deserve kudos for having designed and developed this dazzling display of dual-screen dexterity.
On a quest to retrieve the golden suit (marioland mode) HH powers up from clever strategic play on the Tetris puzzle.
14 January 2012
Summary: On the holy grail to find and retrieve the 8-9 pieces of a magical golden suit (marioland adventure mode), HenryH renews his strength and boosts his powers to do so from some quick and clever strategic play on the colour puzzle. Two games in one. Very "ye olde" English all the way. The dialogue is garbled on purpose (supposed to be funny) which I've found rather annoying. HH's conversation with a young apprentice prompts and gives instruction on the gameplay.
One of the best 2D Platformers of the generation if not all time
Reed Serna, Amazon
1 December 2011
Summary: I've been playing video games for 15 years now, I am not easy to impress, I've been harshly critical of the Wii/360 generation in terms of originality and the emphasis on online play over campaign modes. I've played any 2D platformer game that matters, and I own more systems then you can count.
Summary: I received this game as a birthday gift and, having never even heard of it, went in with no expectations whatsoever. As a result, I was completely taken by surprise at how much fun this relatively unheralded game is. Combining side-scrolling action with a puzzle game, Henry Hatsworth and the Puzzling Adventure has great gameplay along with a story and style that make each new level fun.
Summary: Fun game for kids and experienced gamers alike! Some levels are REALLY challenging, took me 18 months of intermitant playing to reach the final level! I kept coming back, though, because the game is just THAT fun!