Summary: I first played Mr. Driller in the arcade. It's a fun puzzle game where you dig through colored blocks as you try to go further and further down. As you dig, the blocks above you become unstable, and can fall and crush you. You also need to periodically pick up air capsules so you don't suffocate.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in the world", Amazon
9 January 2005
Summary: Some games are complex - and some are just fun! Drill Spirits is great puzzle fun in the Tetris theme - but with more of a dig dug sort of problem. In essence you start at the top of a pile of bricks.
Summary: Maybe I am just not up on my button mashing, but I am having a heck of a time playing this game! No, I am not letting that detract from my review - it just means I have some more playin' to do. It is tough game play, though I am sure most kids are not going to have any issues with it.
Excerpt: I bought this game from a shop fo just £1 in the bargain bucket and thought that for one pound I might as well get it. This game is simple and easy to start playing the game is basicaly you drilling using the touch screen or arrow buttons to drill to the bottom to reach the next level.
Summary: When ordering games for my DS I decided that I'd get one single player game to entertain me for a long period of time(Super Mario64 DS), and one puzzle game to play briefly with friends when they bring their DS's. But when "practicing" I became utterly hooked with the game.
Summary: So do you enjoy puzzle games? Tetris was amazing but now, games are overshadowed by bigger things like Mario or Zelda games. But this shouldn't. The simplicity of just eliminating block after block with person whilst trying to gain air is what makes this game what it is.
Summary: Mr Driller is a loose update to the 80's classic Dig Dug and invloves digging deep into the ground to a target goal. As you drill away you remove coloured blocks, drilling 4 or more instigates a chain reaction clearing multiple blocks of the same colour.