Summary: I picked this game up for 2.99 today, brought it home and didnt not put down the DS until I had finished it. The story was cute! The gameplay is very fun, basically there is a Kiwi who runs and you have to help it avoid and move past obstacles by drawing vines on the touch screen with ur stylus, the vines you make act as a platform/slingshot/etc.....The graphics are nice and hand-drawn looking and the music is nice and relaxing....
Summary: Unless you are looking for a great game that you have not yet tried...This game is is all that and a big bag oc chips. I nominate this for the most overlooked gem in the generation of handheld games. Relaxing, puzzling, fun and tons of replay value to boot. Child or adult alike will enjoy this game. The music is very relaxing and fits the gameplay well. If you are wonder if this game is for you, take a chance you will not regret it.
Summary: First you should understand I only give a 5 star review if it meets very specific criteria. 1) it must be playable by people of all skills levels (though you may have a low score for less skill) 2) it must be pleasing to the eye, in context with the platform it is made for, not by comparing it to some HD home console which would be unfair. 3) it must have sufficient content to feel well balanced and well rounded out, not slapped together.
Summary: The game is great, game-play is immediately addictive... Getting the hang of controlling Ivy is pretty much a snap on the DS. I've not gotten very far in the game just yet, but with over one hundred levels this should keep me occupied for a bit. While finding the red feathers in each stage can be tricky, the game is more on the action side of things, like Mario Vs. Donkey Kong, as Ivy continues walking forward until there's an obstacle, similar to the Mini Mario's...
Summary: Yuji Naka's first non-Sega title is an absolute doozy, a beautifully crafted tribute to Lemmings, Naka's all-time favorite game by the way. I've played this on the Wii, but it is a far more satisfying experience on the DS - as all games that make smart use of the stylus usually are. Don't be put off by the light-hearted exterior (in my eyes anyway, that's part of the appeal) as this one's a gem!
Cheap and Fun! A bit on the repetitive side though.
Joshua Ankney "Harvester", Amazon
12 August 2011
Summary: I bought this game off Amazon for 7 dollars just to grow my DS library. It is a quick pick up and play game with an easy concept to get used too. It starts off very light on the difficulty, but quickly ramps up and it sort of has a Professor Layton feel to it. I've played it using single cart multiplay, which is a big purchasing push for me, and it held up well, with a few solid multiplayer options.
Summary: I was surprised. The game looked dumb at first but then i thought I would give it a try and it was great. it wasent easy it was challenging and made you want to keep playing untill you got it. Its one of the best games for the Ds.
Summary: The game is basically an action platformer in which the player is guiding a baby bird through a series of increasingly difficult levels by drawing vines. It walks along the vines and you make sure it doesn't hit any enemies. It's a simple concept but very entertaining. And there's a DSi Ware Mini version, too if you're still not sure you want to buy it. I say try it out.