Summary: Released in the early days of the DS, the original Meteos - developed by Kirby & Super Smash Bros. creator Masahiro Sakurai - was an inspired & utterly brilliant puzzle game. This licensed sequel flips the gameplay to a portrait display - requring the DS to be held in story book fashion a la Brain Training (Age), Hotel Dusk et al. - and loses not a skerrit of the magic.
Summary: Meteos, 2005's enigmatic inter-galactical versus puzzle game, has just been given the Disney treatment. For many cynics, this is analogous to having your pet project sent to the pound and getting neutered. Oh, the horror! Developer Q Entertainment must be quietly weeping inside. The easy presumption could not be further from the truth, for the only tears Q Entertainment is shedding are those of joy.
Summary: i bought this for my daughter as she wanted a tetris type game. thought the disney twist would make her enjoy it more but both she and myself found the game much too repetitive and overall...boring. this will be in the next stack of games we take for trade-in at our local store!!!
Summary: I bought this game, along with a couple of others, when we first got our Nintendo DS. This is the one game that sits in the game box, virtually unused. It was a huge waste of money and is rather pointless. Please save your money for something that is fun and has a point. There are a lot of good DS games out there, but this sure isn't one of them.
Summary: I'm a Disney fan which is why I bought this version of Meteos. For other gamers out there, this game is not reinventing the wheel... it's the same old Tetris thing, with a small twist. Blocks fall down with Disney themed icons on them and you must line them to make them disappear. But you have challenges in each stage. You need to make a number of blocks disappear, or you need to make that much points, etc.