Summary: Good game, interesting take on tower defense. My one issue is that when the hordes are at the gates the stylus control doesn't hold up. You're trying to repair a tower but you are fighting a dude or you're doing a special move but it fails because the touch screen isn't up for the task. Now I'm not only blaming the DS but I think between 30-40% of the failures were on the system while the other 70-60% were on me.
Summary: I bought this for my 8 yr old son, who loves the Professor Layton games. It is similar in that there are challenges to solve, but it doesn't have quite the same appeal. A good buy for your DS money, but not the best in class.
Summary: Got this for my 13 year old step-daughter, she loves it. She gets bored with games that are too easy and easily frustrated with games she can't figure out, so it is hard to find in between! This was perfect. Great game and very good value for the price!
Summary: I think the game Lock's Quest is very good, but I wish you would have put the games seperately. ggjkulsnclhdfuhykcbukdfkdbcdgurffjdgufgakbcudgfukdzbcvbshkdgyjs THAT WAS SO I COULD ENTER THIS REVIEW SORRY
Summary: Lock's Quest is most similar to a "tower defense" type game, but with several interesting twists. It blends aspects of puzzle games, level or platform games, strategy, RPG, and adventure. I recommend it as a solid strategy title for the DS, though it's not quite as strong as a dedicated strategy game like Advanced Wars.
Summary: This game is from the makers of Drawn to Life which I liked a lot so I figured I would buy it. You play Lock who helps defeat evil characters called clockworks. It's a fun game, good for kids or adults. You get to defend a village, fight in castles and more. Makes good use of the two DS screens. I have only been playing it a day but it seems cool and I can see why it won an award at E3.
Summary: From PlayingWithMyWeiner.com: From the folks that brought you Drawn To Life, 5th Cell, comes Lock's Quest, a strategy RPG which recently won IGN.com's Best of E3 Strategy Game award. Don't let the game's faint competition at E3 deter you, though - Lock's Quest is a solid strategy game with a colorful steampunk art style. More importantly it brings the building-type strategy RPG firmly to the DS.