Excerpt: The WMG enjoys finding things in video games that few (editor: if any) other video game media outlets find. Monster Bomber on the Nintendo DS has eastern religious images in the background of some levels. Other gaming mags, and websites will claim a separation of gaming and religion, but the only religion they separate is Christianity.
Excerpt: If you could toss Space Invaders, Bust-A-Move, and air hockey into a blender, the result would probably turn out something like Monster Bomber. Majesco's latest budget puzzler takes the falling alien concept from Space Invaders and puts a new spin on it. Instead of shooting the descending invaders with lasers fired from a plain old spaceship, you eliminate the colorful ghastlies on the upper screen by flinging like-colored balls at them from the touch screen.
Pros: It's Space Invaders meets air hockey, Stylus controls are easy to learn, Strategy revolves around different alien colors and chain possibilities, Short rounds are perfect for handheld, Multiplayer requires only one cartridge
Cons: Random flicking works too often, Presentation and play modes are bare-bones, Graphics and audio are on the simple side