Summary: One of my friend's kids took my game and left behind the box, so one day I went to play and SHOCK no game and no-one knew where it had gotten to. So I was thrilled to find another & it works fab. Great product, service, price & FAST Shipping! AAA+ Seller & Store!
Summary: Basics: You are given seven(lol) simple geometric shapes(dissection variation of the classic puzzle ) to fill in a more varied larger silhouette. Pros: * 542 total puzzles * Great for improving your spatial reasoning ability. * Controlling pieces with the stylus works well.
Summary: I've had it for a few months and never really played it. I started playing it a few weeks ago and put it down, but while driving out of town, I became hooked. Some puzzles were harder than others. I have three puzzles left on level one that are driving me crazy, I can't figure them out.
Summary: This game provides the silhoutte and you have to place the tiles correctly to make the picture. You would not believe how only a few pieces could make so many puzzles! I like this game because you can play this over and over again and by the time you re-do a puzzle again you will not remember how to...
Summary: Don't buy this thinking that youre 4 year old loves these kind of games. They will glaze over like a doughnut in one minute. Get this for yourself and when the little stinker is in bed sneak her console out and play this!
Summary: This sounds totally wierd for this kind of genre, however if you are trying to quit (or cut down), this game is perfect. It is challenging, but you can do it while watching TV or not. IT KEEPS YOUR HANDS AND MIND BUSY!!!
Summary: I like to think of myself as intelligent and logical. When I saw this game, I thought it would be a "piece of cake", but somewhat challenging. Well, I was so frustrated in the beginning that I wanted to throw this game away!! With perseverance, I stuck with it and actually solved some puzzles.
Graphic Novel / Manga Reader "ownstoomanybooks", Amazon
16 May 2008
Summary: I have the manual version, the one with real pieces and cards that I do it with my fingers. It is hard! My sons, 8 and 10 had a hard time and complained about it. When I saw that they made it into a DS version. I thought to myself, no way, that'll be even harder and brushed it off.
Summary: I took this game on a trip to Mexico, it sure helped out with making traveling time go buy quicker. Only problem was I had to share it with my husband and when I fell asleep he couldn't put it down and cleared a whole level without me.
Summary: Watch the video at the top of the page; that's what sealed the deal for me. This is an ancient Chinese game played with tangrams, and will be familiar to many people already. Of all of the DS games that "anyone" could just pick up and play, this one takes the cake.