Summary: I love playing the games on my DS-XL. I usually play in the evening while I am waiting for my dinner to get done. I also play befure I go to bed, because it relaxes me. I like the "brain" games the best.
Summary: I liked this game because there is a good variety to choose from. Most are easy to figure out but some have directions to play that are hard to follow. I'm not a "gamer" and not all the games make sense to me; if I can't figure out how to play it, I skip it! Most are fun and it's a great way to kill time when waiting or bored. I'd recommend this to most people but find a kid who can explain how to play some of the games to you!
Summary: TouchMaster 2 has a lot of games, but I was expecting a continuation of the first edition. It takes a little while to get used to the new format. I also liked the scorecard in the original TouchMaster. It's not here with the 2. Overall, though, there are a lot of games that are fun to play, and I believe the collection is well worth the cost. Enjoying my games.
Summary: I love this game for my DS! I play it all the time. I love the Dice King and the Super Maki. The games where you have to look and find the difference in the pictures and the I SPY game are very hard to see what you are looking for as the screens on the DS are so small. I cannot see the differences and have to guess.
Summary: I'll admit, it really took some getting used to. It wasn't the "typical" touch-screen games I was used to. But once I played them and got used to them, it was a lot of fun. Very challenging, something for everyone!
Summary: I don't like it as much as the Touchmaster 1, but it has a different selection of games to play that are almost as good. Overall, I would recommend it to buy if you are looking for different games to play all in one DS game.
Summary: This is really great, some new tricky games. Only wish they had included Peak 3, standard solitaire and mahjong that are in version one so I didn't have to switch cards to revisit the old favorites. Otherwise, superb for all ages! Some are not intuitive, like Catwalk Caper, but there's enough to be lotsa fun!