Summary: This game is great if you're a fan of Tetris or Bejeweled-type games. It has a very small plot behind the game itself, but it doesn't affect the gameplay any. Use of the stylus feels natural, and you can play as fast or slow as you want. It has excellent replay value as you can unlock various levels and items to further the gameplay experience. I love that you can play a short game or a long game, and you still earn points towards unlocking other things either way.
Summary: I bought this game several years ago, and I still consider this my favorite DS game of all time. Every now and then, I get the urge to play it again, so I pick it up, delete all my saves, and unlock everything again. I've probably deleted my save files at least three times. This is the most fun, addicting game on the DS. In fact, aside from Portal, this is my favorite puzzle game ever made. It's really that good. The gameplay is simple.
Summary: I was looking to buy this game for quite awhile after hearing and reading all the good stuff about it. I finally did and I have not been disappointed. For a game that does not come with online play you can spend a ton of time playing it by yourself. The modes that are available are vast in their replayability. If you do not know this game is a different take on tetris. Blocks fall from the top of the screen and it is your job to line up 3 alike horizontally.
Summary: I'm addicted to this game, so it was worth the wait and was sealed and perfect. But the vendor didn't mail it right away, and it seemed to take forever for it to arrive. They must sell a lot of product and can't mail items daily. But it was a good buy and exactly what I wanted.
Summary: When I bought this game and started it I didn't really give it a chance. Now that I picked it back up I have found a new love (and hate...get to that in a moment) for the game. The only thing i would recommend would be to use the stylus to control it because if you use the d-pad then the game is much too hard. Now the thing i hate about it is that i can't sleep at night after playing it..
Summary: I love this game. It has elements of other puzzle games but is different (see other reviews). I usually turn off or turn down the music in games as it gets repetitious and annoying, but I love the music in this game. Meteos is addictive and scalable in difficulty. It can be easy or very challenging and you get to decide.
Summary: Both me and my fiance had difficulty picking this up to play. I'm ashamed to admit it, but we actually had to look at the game manual. Once we got it down we've had a lot of fun playing this. We're still not sure exactly what we're doing, but we've been making new planets and going cross-eyed and having a blast doing it.
Summary: Normally I'm not a huge fan of puzzle games. But there's just something about this game that makes me love it. Maybe it's the music, which is different on every planet and is directly controlled by the gameplay. Maybe it's the tactile sensation of the stylus based control. Maybe it's just fun to launch things into the sky. Whatever the reason, this game is very, very fun.
Summary: Meteos is a game that stands head and shoulders above most of the other puzzle games on the DS. When you consider just how many puzzlers exist for the DS you'll realize that's a pretty strong statement, but of all the puzzlers I've seen and played for the handheld system I'd rank Meteos very near the top. Audience: This is a puzzle game that requires fast reflexes and the ability to use the stylus with some precision.
Summary: Meteos is a really fun and addictive puzzler with plenty of unlockable features that will keep you playing for hours on end. The premise of Meteos is simple, you line up blocks of "Meteos", (which are basically meteors that rain down from the evil planet Meteos) either horizontally or vertically and blast them back into space towards enemy planets. What really makes Meteos unique and fun are the diverse levels, each level representing a certain planet.