Summary: game progresses and gets harder. simple physics if you are really smart, but as i am average, it challenges me. can put down and pick up. plan to loan it to my nephew (he is 11 and will love it) good game for all but the youngest.
Summary: This game isn't a white knuckle shoot-em-up by any stretch of the imagination, but it is very addictive. The first few levels are pretty easy but then they start making you have to really think to solve the puzzles. I like it...
Summary: This game really makes you think and that's what I like most about it. I have seen Jr. High students play this on computers at school as a problem solving activity and thought it would be fun to have it for the kids (and me).
A fun and challenging puzzle game for the puzzle enthusiast.
Justin Sicking "Justin", Amazon
6 January 2008
Summary: Prizm is a great little find for those of you who enjoy a puzzle game. Prizm features simple mechanics with a load of great content. There are tons of puzzles for the player to work through, and you'll definitely be finding yourself spending a lot of time on the last set of puzzles toward the end. I originally bought it on sale for $9.99, but I'd still say it's worth the full retail price.
Cool puzzler! If you like Tetris or Battleship, you'll like this!
MarknDC "MarknDC", Amazon
15 December 2007
Summary: The box cover for Prism makes it seem too much for kids but it is actually a fun brain teaser for any age. You have to line up mirrors, light beam splitters and colored filters to direct a ray of light at a colored target set in a maze. For variety, there are several different playing modes (casual puzzling, timed, hyper, etc) but for me, the puzzles are more fun to contemplate rather than than race to solve.
Excerpt: Prism : Light the Way is a game for the Nintendo DS. The game is a puzzle game where you have to reflect the light and burn away the enemies on each screen. The game becomes ever more complex when you have to start juggling with different colours of light and filter blocks which filter out the light. The game is easy to get into, indeed just a bit too easy for the first section of levels, with lots of easy puzzles to start the game with.
Pros: Very addictive, easy to have just one more go
Prism: Light the Way (DS): Bouncy lightbeams courtesy of Bulboids
29 October 2008
Summary: I have owned Prism:Light the Way for the Nintendo DS for a while now, and although at first it didn't have much of an effect on me, it's since grown to be one of my favourite puzzle games on the system. Prism is a puzzle game based around two types of creatures, known by the somewhat amusing names of 'Glowbos' and 'Bulboids'.
Summary: The core concept is essentially "refract the beams of light" challenges using mirrors, colour cubes & prism's, (one glance of the in-game screen shots should give you an immediate idea of what to expect) and it's actually a pretty challenging series of puzzles....after you're endured the almost condescending set of about two dozen training levels that is!
Conclusion: The core concept is essentially "refract the beams of light" challenges using mirrors, colour cubes & prism's, and it's actually a pretty challenging series of puzzles....after you're endured the almost condescending set of about two dozen training levels that is!