Summary: I got this thinking it would be really cool. I loooove puzzle games and when I started playing this game... I don't like it. It was a waste of money; it is a waste of money. It's boring. Sudoku is done in a very none user friendly way. The word search is lacking.
Summary: I purchased this game, thinking it was similar to its successor, Puzzler World. Huge mistake!!! Not user friendly at all...had to practically slam my stylus against the screen in order for it to work. It doesn't leave much room for "thinking" either. It's pretty much cut and dry.
Summary: The seller of this game rates a 5 star, the game gets a 0. I have played many other games on my Nintendo DS however this one is impossible. not only could I not see most of it the numbers are smaller than the stylus. The makers had the whole screen and decided to use only 1/4th it.
Nintendo DS Puzzler Collection from Destination Software
Amazon Customer "Suzy Q", Amazon
2 February 2009
Summary: This collection is a notch below "OK" in my opinion. I thoroughly enjoy word games like WordJong and CrossworDS, but this one is a disappointment in comparison. The worst feature is that the print is so small that one needs a magnifying glass to even see the games on the screen.
Summary: I didn't need glasses til I played this game. It's awful! I couldn't make out a thing. I played it for all of 5 minutes before tossing it out. Don't waste your money! Get Touchmaster or Crosswords DS.
Summary: Well it's not a lie, but it's more of a bait-and-switch kind of thing. The box says it has 2000 puzzles which makes you think you're getting a whole range of puzzles -- actually it has only 4 puzzle types. I played through the whole thing in maybe 3 hours and it was only mildly entertaining.
Summary: Only having recently been given a Nintendo DS I was keen to expand my range of games and thought this 'best of the old style puzzles' would be good fun at a low price - it's not! Poor, slow graphics reminding one of the early days of TV tennis, really dull and pedestrian.