Excerpt: Developer - Nintendo Publisher - Mitchell Features 1-2 Players Wireless DS Single-Card Download Play Wireless DS Multi-Card Play Anyone who is a puzzle gamer knows the well played and very much well downloaded Zuma. This game has been around for awhile and has a strange addictiveness to it, which would account for so many people playing it. It should be no surprise that a game just like this would eventually be released on the Nintendo DS.
Conclusion: Touch Generation has created a buzz that has lit a fire within Japanese gamers, and the same thing is starting to happen over here in the states. Though this title being included within the collection is subject to opinion, it is clearly a title that will have you hooked and something anyone from 5 to 95 can play. One thing is for sure though; Mitchell Corporation and Nintendo have created a title with sheer lasting power.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Actionloop owes an awful lot to a certain other gemstone based puzzle game, however that doesn't detract from the addictive fun on show here and the DS stylus control brings the game up to a new level. Awesome.
Conclusion: be rewarded with points. If players continually screw up, though, the marbles will slowly make their way to a gutter at the end of the track and fall down it. If this happens too often, it’s game over. While the game may appear new to DS owners, Puzzloop has existed in one form or another for almost a decade now. Originally developed by a company named Mitchell, the game has appeared from time to time in the arcade.