Summary: If you've ever played Pokemon Puzzle League on N64 or Tetris Attack on the SNES, then you'll feel right at home. I highly recommend you pick it up if you enjoy those games. Although do take note on who you buy it from; I accidentally bought the UK version.
Summary: Reminds me of Tetris Attack for the SNES or Pokemon Puzzle League on the N64, all of which I loved. This game does its job and at the price and the convenience of a handheld, why not? Awesome game, many modes as well as online battle which hasn't happened before on the games mentioned above.
Summary: Even on the Nintendo 3DS, this is one of my favorite games. The game is incredibly addictive and it can be so hard to quit! The techno music and backgrounds give this game a real nice touch so it won't look like a tedious puzzler. I recommend Planet Puzzle League for any DS owner, INCLUDING the 3DS.
Summary: I have quite a few puzzle games; Tetris, Dr Mario, the original Planet Puzzle League and other puzzlers,but this is the one I come back to on a DAILY basis!!!! The game is simple but decisively addicting!!! The music is addicting as well! I found myself humming the music out of the blue!
Summary: I heard about this game before it came out, but was unable to find it for the longest time. I finally got it a few months ago. It is an amazing game to play! My husband and I enjoy trying to trup each others scores. The daily challenge is just enough to relax at the end of the day.
Summary: I first played this game from a friend of mine, and it was so much fun, without it being too confusing. I had played another game like it on my computer called jt's blocks, and another game like planet puzzle and that was called chuzzle. I like those types of games.
Summary: The concept is simple - line up three or more matching tiles and they disappear. Build combos for even more points, and see how long you last as they move up the screen faster and faster. I'm a puzzle game addict and I love this one.
Summary: I have been playing Tetris Attack since I was about 12 years old on SNES. Religously. The only person I've ever met that can make this game a challenge is my sister. Playing the computer is more like a warm up than an actual garbage dumping challenge.