Excerpt: The Nintendo DS is a platform made for puzzle games. The phenomenal success of the Brain Training games, the plethora of Sudoku titles and the mind-bendingly fast Meteos games all stand tribute to DS’s intuitive controls and portable in-your-pocket convenience.
The trial and error formula works great with this game
Cheat Code Central
15 November 2007
Conclusion: This game could have been much more fun if it wasn't so focused on imitating the others by measuring your brain aptitude. Instead, Hudson should have tried to make it more amusing, with more game modes, more bonuses and extras, and even a couple different puzzle concepts within the same game.
Summary: Honeycomb Beat is Hudson Soft’s latest puzzle game for the Nintendo DS. It has been available in the States since March, but only recently arrived in Europe courtesy of Rising Star Games. It aims to fuse music and "addictive puzzle action" into one challenging, honeycomb-filled portable outing.
Summary: This game is could be far better or far worse. What we have here is an excellent game to waste time on and feel no regret. I would try to rent it if you can. That will allow you to get a feel for it and decide if its something you should pick up yourself.
Excerpt: I have a feeling that Nintendo is trying to say something about the intelligence of gamers. First they insulted my brain and kindly offered to retrain it. Then came the puzzles, with the especially devious Puzzle Quest masquerading as a finely crafted RPG. Sneaky devils.
Conclusion: Energize your mind with this highly addictive yet mind-bending puzzle game sure to challenge even the sharpest of brains!
In this music-driven puzzle game, beat a honeycomb tile to turn it and the tiles surrounding it over and change its colour.