Reviews and Problems with Super Monkey Ball Touch & Roll
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29 December 2009
Summary: We had higher expectations for this game since we have Super Monkeyball 2 on our old GameCube and have always enjoyed playing it. It's a quirky and unusual game for that platform, so we thought this would be a good choice for our daughter. So, onto the DS version. While it is challenging, the controls leave a lot to be desired.
Summary: i recentaly bought this for my daughter, and she hates it, there is nothing you can do and the quality is very poor, the screen is all fuzzy, and it is not just our Ds, we play other games and it works just fine, but monkey ball is a rip off! dont buy it!
Summary: Super Monkey ball touch and roll is not the greatest game you're going to play, the graphics aren't very good and the gameplay gets boring very quickly. I wouldn't recommend this game to anyone.
Excerpt: Having several ds consoles in the family and extended family with owners ranging from 3 (an old original ds which is a bit battered and bruised was passed down after getting a ds lite for Christmas!) to late 30's I often have a look through the others games and borrow any that I like the look of. I was told this was a great game by a 10 year old so I was not too sure what to expect but I was not totally disappointed.
Excerpt: Super Monkey Ball: Touch & Roll is a game for the Nintendo DS that was released in February 2006. Using the DS touch stylus or the control pad you control your monkey ball (literally a monkey, in a ball) through around 50 aerial view levels, rolling yourself along platforms to reach your goal and trying to collect as many bananas as possible on the way. The game starts off really easily but the difficulty levels build until you can't help but fly off the platform edges.
A good game for the little ones, but a bore for the more mature gamers.
28 January 2008
Excerpt: This game was released on the 17th February 2006. It is exclusive to the Nintendo DS, and makes good use of the touch screen, which is used to control your monkeys! Along with 100 challenges, 50 of which are new and exclusive to the DS, there are also six mini-games, and the opportunity for wireless play too. This game is much fun, but can also be really frustrating as you can imagine.
A good game depending on how well you can play on a ds
22 October 2007
Excerpt: I bought this game because I thought it looked very enjoyable and fun. It's basically these monkeys in these balls and you have to help them through all the stages collecting bananas. When I first played it I was learning how to control the ball and get through the levels, but I found if you couldn't finish one of the levels then you couldn't go any further which i didn't think was very good.
Conclusion: Brought this game when it was on offer at half price and i am so glad i did not pay full price for it! After level 3 i found it impossible to complete any more levels. The mini games are better than the original game itself!
Conclusion: this is actually quite hard and I think the mini games are better than the main game. visually this is very good for the ds. when playing you can either use the stylis or +control pad, but can be quite difficult with the stylis. It`s not really worth paying the full price for it.
Excerpt: i loved the original super monkey ball on gamecube and even monkey ball 2 on Ps2 so youc na imagine that i was loooking forward to a brand new DS version. Oh my! Not only does the game look terrible bu tit plays terirble too.. and why does teh monkey in the ball look like a sticker thats gone through the washing machine?