Summary: I absolute LOVE Project Rub! It's hilarious and easy to pick up and just go. I had to do a few levels a few times before I completed them, and Im still working on the minigame versions where you can earn new clothes, shoes and heads for your 'girlfriend'. Some levels I absolutely hated, the monocyle over sharks for instance but most of them were just very very funny. The only downside is that the story is relatively short.
Excerpt: This game, from sega, has the same sort of structure as Warioware. However I am sure this game is far less annoying and pleasing to the eye. Also the mini games (of which the game is made up of) go on for a lot longer so you can get to grips with them and appreciate them.
Summary: if youve played warioware,this is very similar.I couldnt understand why this got a harsh reception on release.its similar to warioware,but with different puzzles,some better.its fast,with challenge after challenge.Its so cheap now,im sure anyone wouldbe delighted with this,but not for small children.
Great collection of minigames, a must buy for Nintendo DS owners.
25 February 2010
Excerpt: Project rub for the Nintendo DS is a great game and offers a long and varied gameplay. Project rub is made up of a collection of mini games, which follow a story where you are trying to rescue a girl. The game has great sound effects, which are very comical and over the top. Project rub has quite basic graphics however due to the nature of the game this works well.
Quirky, fun game, although it's a little on the short side, it'd definately worth buying...
16 June 2009
Excerpt: When I first picked up Project Rub I wasn't quite sure what to expect - scantily clad girl on the cover, the word 'rub' in the title - but as it turns out, the game itself is nowhere near as dodgy as it seemed. This is a creative, quirky little game which will keep you amused for hours as you blow, tap, rub and shout your way through the various mini-games, all with the object of gaining the affections of a girl (who in my opinion, is far more trouble than she's worth,...
A game that makes good use of all the DS's capabilities
13 January 2009
Excerpt: Project Rub is a Nintendo DS launch title, that flaunts the new and unique attributes of the hand-held console. Also known as Feel the Magic: XY/XX, and Kimi no Tame nara Shineru in Japan, it was released at the E3 Media and Business Summit in 2004 by the then-executive managing director, Yuji Naka. It has since the "Best Concept" award at the 2006 Imagina Games Awards.
Excerpt: "Sometimes i'ts very hard to find an inovative game on the market! But here You have it!!! Project Rub is a very ARTISTIC, cute and romantic adventure that shows all the gaming potential of the DS! There is a lot rubbing, kissing, screaming, clapping and blowing to be done!!! You, as the main caracter, are on a big challenging journey to fall in love and in the end save your girlfriend with the power of your touch! You will be followed ...
Pros: Surprising gameplay ! Truely something different ! !
Cons: The music will piss off evryone that's around you !
Good game with great features, but its not for kids with the shadows of the women, if they go it wou
12 November 2008
Excerpt: Project Rub is what the touch screen was made for, utilising every facet of the new control techniques made possible by Nintendo, this game is as inventive as it is wacky and weired. From the opening game which involves coaxing goldfish out of someones stomach to helping youths manage a downhill slalom in a shopping trolley. The game does seam a bit adult type when you look at the box, but it's nothing like that in the game, unfortunately.