Summary: I have played this game many times before using my sister's game, so I decided to get my own game card. They said it was guaranteed to play but it didn't play! I would've given it 5 stars but I am very upset it doesn't play. They said there would be a game case that comes with it but that never came!!!
Summary: It may be expensive for 30$, but let me tell you, it's worth it. My brother used to have it with his DSI. Me and him played it ALL the time. Many mini games and more. I'd recomend this for any gift, birthday, Christmas, it's probably one of the most fun and best DS game I've ever played.
A cute, lighthearted minigame collection that would be best suited to young gamers.
S. Gibson, Amazon
3 October 2009
Summary: Basically, what you're getting here is a collection of 40 minigames with some light customization tossed in. If this doesn't sound appealing to you, then you don't need to finish reading this review. The way the game is set up is that you participate in "festivals", each with their own themes. More minigames get unlocked as you keep playing more festivals.
Excerpt: "I have to say as a *cough* 26 year old mum to one, I often find myself wanting something fun to do of my own. After being bought a DS from my partner, that came with Professor Layton, I longed for something younger. I came across this game in Argos, priced at £8.99 on sale. In my purse was a £5 discount card from a recent purchase so off I trotted to collect my game for £3.99. I have to say if I had paid the full £8.99 or a little more I would have ...
Pros: Easy to use, multiplayer
Cons: Could possibly incude more than 40 mini games, music can be tedious