Reviews and Problems with Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem!
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I was not really happy with the fact that all the controlling of Mario's ...
Kindle Customer, Amazon
7 August 2014
Summary: I was not really happy with the fact that all the controlling of Mario's etc., must be done with the stylus and the touch screen. I prefer the action and control of the direction buttons, etc. The game seems slow and very repetitive so far. I can see myself getting bored already. Hope it picks up some. I will keep the game as it serves as a diversion for idle hands.
Summary: This game is okay but is really overrated. anyway, the story is that donkey kong comes and wants a toy that looks like something from super monkey ball, mario refuses to give him the toy because they are sold out, donkey kong then gets mad and kidnaps Pauline and it's up to mario and his minis to save her.
Summary: I wish I could say that I love this game, but I can't. However much I love mario and all of the genre generally, this game is simply not my cup of tea. I like Mario to dash around, bashing mushrooms and collecting coins. Not sending out a mini version to get to a door. Don't get me wrong, I am not knocking the game itself. The graphics are excellent and gameplay is very smooth. I love puzzles, just not this type of puzzle I've found out.
Summary: Managed to complete the game in about 2 months. Found the game reasonably addictive. Since completing the game, I no longer play it. Preferred this game to Football Academy and Sonic & Sega All Stars Racing. However, this game was not as good as Fifa 11, Mario & Luigi (Bowsers inside Story), and Mario Kart DS. Game progress gets saved after completing each stage. Multiple users can saved. It's a good game, and was worth buying.