Summary: Just got this game and have enjoyed it. The only thing I don't like about it is it does not save scores. I like to try and beat my own scores when playing these type of games and that is not an option. But overall I like it.
Summary: The puzzles are okay and the play is alright but I don't think you have much of a choice of how the game progresses. Either you play the puzzle they want or go to another game Just not real please with the game but it is okay and really kinda easy!
Summary: Bought due to recommendations, and because I have used the books for some years... Sadly it is not very nice interface and I probably wont do every game like others... Shame. If like me, you love the Nintendo Crosswords, you will not enjoy this - I haven't. So, no I wouldn't recommend
Summary: When I bought this I wasn't sure what I wanted but I now think I want something more like a puzzle book that I can dip in to when I've got a few minutes to kill. Obviously this isn't the best use of the DS technology so I don't blame Puzzler for making this game more competitive.
Summary: I really love the puzzler book and always take one with me when travelling away. When I saw this I was really pleased as I had just had a DS bought for me at Christmas and while it is enjoyable I was a little disappointed as it boasted around 2000 games but there were only 4 types on there so thats...
Good puzzles let down by bad touch screen controls
7 January 2012
Summary: This could have been a great game: there are four puzzles, they've been compiled well and there are several modes, allowing you to pick a certain type of puzzle or play what the game throws at you or play puzzles against the clock.
Overall quite good, but disappointed with variety of games
Debbie King, Amazon
7 January 2012
Summary: Having purchased "The Puzzler" magazine for a lot of years (20+) I always enjoyed the wide range of different types of puzzles portrayed and, as such, I eagerly awaited the delivery of my Nintendo DS version.