Summary: Ahahaha, Spore Creatures. It's a pretty adictive game, I have to admit. I'm an artist, so the whole design concept is like "ohh, braingasm". I'd recommend it to anyone who likes to design their own creatures and is pretty into sci-fi. The graphics are pretty cute and entertaining, if not a little annoying at times, but the fun and entertainment of the game makes up for it. I give it four out of five stars.
Summary: We were looking for a good creative game for our daughter who just turned 8. I saw this game which seemed like it had promise. My daughter loves it. She tends not to be a direction reader, but was still able to figure out by trial and error most of what she had to do. My guess is that people more familiar with these sort of games will catch on to the interface even more quickly.
Summary: If you like a game where you have creative freedom then this the game. The DS is the only platform that i have been able to try it on so far, but this is a game that if you try to you can beat in just a few hours. I bought the game last night and in roughly 12 hours not trying to hard I've beat it. But i'm going through a second time to get all the parts and other items.
Summary: I have owned many ds games over the years, and this was a very good game, but also very easy. It had a fun creative aspect to it, but not anything like Spore for Mac/PC. It was entirely different, and that made it an interesting perspective on the spore series. As an individual game, set apart from its family of games, I would have to day that it was good, but not excellent. It was fun and fascinating even for a picky gamer, but it got boring fast.
Summary: My 14 year old grandson says this is a good game for the Nintendo DS. We have reviewed it for the Wii and a computer...and decided that this would be the best way to get used to this game...with the DS. He likes the game and says it is a good one.