Summary: I first came across this game, in the "previously owned" section in a game store. It was kind of pricey for a used game, and at the time, passed on it. I later went back to get it, and it was gone, and since it was out of production, was hard to find. I then figured it must be good.
Summary: I am glad that I bought this game despite some of the reviews. Maybe my vocabulary isn't that great, but I haven't had any problems with boggle not recognizing the words I enter. Also, I do have a save feature on Monopoly. Yahtzee is great. I like the variety of the screens.
Summary: The developers have gone out of their way to make these games ugly and unpleasant to play. * Boggle - ugly, doesn't know some basic words * Yahtzee - ugly, but okay * Battleship - ugly, tedious, clumsy * Monopoly - okay For example, when I say Boggle is ugly, I mean because they are using a 3D...
Summary: These games could be fun, but the cartridge is riddled with bugs. For instance, as you race to select letters in Boggle, about one in five of your stylus taps will be mis-registered, screwing up the word. You have to slow down, which misses the entire point of the game.
Summary: It does have all four games together, which is really nice. I could play each for hours. The Yahtzee AI isn't that bad, and I love the different games you can play in Boggle (my favorite is the seek game, where it gives you a list and you have to find the words..
Summary: This is a decent game, though I can't believe people are trying to sell this for the amount they are. Let's list the good point... notice, singular, not plural. 1) It's got Monopoly, Boggle, battleship, and Yahtzee....
Summary: This game set is extremely overpriced at $69... Monopoly is fun but not particularly challenging. I can not seem to lose. The AI players make stupid trades with Me and also with each other. They can not look ahead.