It. STINKS DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON SUCH A DUMB GAME!!!!!!!!!
26 December 2011
Summary: You are supposed to face the Gods and conquer puzzles? NOPE. There is no excitement. You don't see anyone except this old professor guy. It makes no sense. It keeps playing the same old dumb music. There is no fun to it at all. Don't waste your money.
Summary: I RECENTLY PURCHASED THIS GAME AND HAVE ENJOYED PLAYING IT UP TO A POINT. I AGREE WITH SOME OTHER REVIEWS THAT MENTION THE BELT AND ROPES NOT WORKING. THE INSTRUCTIONS COULD BE BETTER REGARDING THESE ITEMS. FUN BUT FRUSTRATING, CANT GET PAST THE ROPES AND BELTS !!
Summary: Challenging, but not frustrating to play. At the end of the game, maybe 4-5 hours total, I was disappointed that that's all there was. I kept expecting a seriously hard level, and except for one of the bonus challenges, most puzzles/challenges were pretty simple to solve.
Summary: Thumbs up for this game. Two of my favorite DS games are Gravity and Crazy Machines. Build it, press play, and watch what happens. The physics in Logic Machines are good .... similar to Crazy Machines, not quite as perfect as Gravity, but far far better than the wreck of a game that Mechanic Master...
Summary: This is not your typical puzzle game. This takes some serious brain excercising to solve the puzzles presented. You are given a area with a mission. Get item 'A' to spot 'B'. Use the tools and items given to you in the inventory (which changes for each puzzle).
Summary: I was excited about this game because it looked similar to Mechanic Master. If you've played and enjoyed Mechanic Master, then you'll also enjoy Logic Machines. The concept is the same: you're given items and assigned an objective.
Summary: I will have to update this review but I'm extremely excited to have found the product. My 8 year old just did a simple physics chapter/test in school last week and he had to complete a project displaying his knowledge as well.