Summary: My girls don't really categorize this as a game. They consider it more of a tool with all the electronic gadgets it has, like the calculator and calendar. The fun part for them is the voice changer. It's certainly worth the money we paid for it around 6 bucks including ship. It puts a different spin on your DS.
Summary: Not much to this one. It is sad that many of these DS games have little review unless you search for what people post online. This one was OK but It is not one my girls even play much with now. It really again is very limited and probably not something I would have gotten if I had known.
Summary: I didnt realy like this game alot. The mini games were lame and the sounds were weird. The effects werent very good. if you like this game them ok but i hav no clue how. I guess i would reccomend this to people who want to waste time and money.
Summary: i think that this game is soooo cool. i have a friend that has this game and she plays it on the way to school cause i ride a bus and all but ya. i think any body that is gonna buy this game will love it. im might buy one soon if i can get my mom to take me to game stop. she's always so busy with work and family probs she never gets time to her self. but back to the game. i would love to have it.
Summary: Ever since the DS came out, I've thought it could use PDA functionality; it's small enough to carry around in your pocket, it has a touch screen, it has WiFi. But until now, the only option has been homebrew apps, which can be clunky and hard to install. Tomy finally got the hint and made My DoItAll, which comes very close to being a good all-purpose PDA. For an adult, it's probably a bit too whimsical, and it lacks e-mail or a web browser.