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Meteos: Disney Magic

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Meteos Disney Magic

Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
  • Excerpt: Disney DVD movies are a favorite in our home just behind the Veggie Tales DVD's. So when a fun puzzle game came along with a Disney theme I put in my request to review it. Meteos was well received by Family Friendly Gaming, and for good reason. It was (editor: and still is) an innovative, exciting, and fun puzzle game. The unique features of the Nintendo DS were utilized quite well.
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Overall 6
6.0

Meteos: Disney Magic

GamesRadar
24 June 2012
  • Pros: Gameplay's still addictive, Vibrant animated backgrounds, Disney characters add charm
  • Cons: New changes affect core gameplay, Music is awful and repetitive, Holding the DS sideways
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Overall 8
8.2

Meteos: Disney Magic

The Gamers Temple
7 August 2007
  • Excerpt: If you’ve never played Meteos before, then you’ve been missing out on a fun and fast-paced puzzle game for your DS. In Meteos, colored blocks fall from the top of the screen and begin to pile up on the bottom. Using the stylus you must move the blocks up and down the columns to match three or more of the same color. When you make a match, the blocks turn into booster rockets that push the blocks above them up the screen.
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Overall 8
7.8
Gameplay 8
8.0
Graphics 8
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Sound 7
7.0

Meteos: Disney Magic

Game Boyz
1 August 2007
  • Excerpt: I remember reviewing Meteos in June 2005. Back then I adamantly stated that I had limited puzzle game skills. Since that time not a whole lot has changed. Sure my wife and I welcomed our second child into this world, but my puzzle gaming skills did not get any better. Disney Interactive Studios recently sent me a copy of their latest puzzle game, Meteos: Disney Magic.
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Overall 8
8.0

Meteos: Disney Magic

Thunderbolt Games
18 July 2007
  • Excerpt: Something’s gone wrong in the realm of Disney. Cinderella is about to miss her fateful meeting with Prince Charming, left to do countless chores instead of living happily ever after. The crew from Toy Story have been doomed live the rest of their surreal lives in cardboard boxes. Winnie the Pooh’s latest honey binge has resulted in him getting mauled by swarm of angry bees. Simba is too wimpy to smite evil and fulfill his destiny as the Lion King.
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Meteos: Disney Magic

The Armchair Empire
26 March 2007
  • Conclusion: Christmas, and Lilo & Stitch. The challenges change but the main gameplay conceit – of lining up like tiles to send them skyward to “clear” them from the stage – doesn’t change. There are time limits, opponents to ‘bury” and specific tiles to clear out, but the rapid gameplay still prevails. With all these stages set in recognizable Disney films it’s a shame that more wasn’t done to really make use of the license. The music is a big, big letdown.
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NDS Review - 'Meteos: Disney Magic'

WorthPlaying
19 March 2007
  • Summary: Meteos: Disney Magic lets you journey through the Disney universe and experience the puzzling action as you visit beloved characters, including Jack Skellington, Winnie the Pooh, Woody and Ariel. Meteos: Disney Magic features nine levels of puzzle gameplay from many beloved Disney properties, including an extra unlockable level.
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Overall 8
8.2

Meteos: Disney Magic Review

AtomicGamer
16 March 2007
  • Excerpt: Normally, the goal in falling-block style puzzle games is to build up a line of blocks or a grouping of similar blocks. Take the classic, Tetris – you want a complete line of blocks with no holes and then poof, they disappear. Well, in 2005, the trend was bucked with Meteos. While blocks still fell from the sky and the game used a Bejeweled-style formula of moving around blocks in a pile to match lines of three or more Meteos, the kicker came in with how you eliminated...
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Overall 8
8.2

Meteos: Disney Magic Review

Strategy Gaming Online
16 March 2007
  • Excerpt: Normally, the goal in falling-block style puzzle games is to build up a line of blocks or a grouping of similar blocks. Take the classic, Tetris – you want a complete line of blocks with no holes and then poof, they disappear. Well, in 2005, the trend was bucked with Meteos. While blocks still fell from the sky and the game used a Bejeweled-style formula of moving around blocks in a pile to match lines of three or more Meteos, the kicker came in with how you eliminated...
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Gameplay 8
8.0
Graphics 9
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Sound 7
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Control 9
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Addiction 7
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Meteos: Disney Magic

Nintendo World Report
7 March 2007
  • Summary: The best puzzle game on DS is back with new moves and tons of Disney characters, but is it better than the original?
  • Pros: Excellent multiplayer features, Horizontal movement works, Rocket-blasting gameplay
  • Cons: Missions go from inane to impossible, Non-Disney Meteos is still better, Poor use of the license, Really, no online play? In 2007?
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