Summary: I have the other Touchmaster Games that I enjoy, so I thought that I would give this one a try, but it's just okay and I have to say that I rarely play it. Because it was inexpesive, I don't regret buying it though.
Summary: I purchased this game because I enjoyed the Touchmaster DS games. This Touchmaster 3 is more difficult and does not give detailed instructions on the games. Therefore, it is hard to figure out what to do on many of the games.
Summary: We are big fans of Touchmaster 2 (especially the incredibly addictive game of Mahki). This next iteration is along the same lines, but the graphic seems much snazzier and jazzed up. There are 20 new games (no sequel to Mahki though, which made me sad).
Summary: I have all three touchmaster games. I was very disappointed that the 2 and 3 versions don't have the top ten scores listed for each game. It is much more fun when you can view the top ten scores in each game. You can see the persons initials and know who/what score you want to shoot for.
Summary: I have Touchmaster 1 and 2. They are games I still go back to because of the variety. They're easy to play when you just want some down time. I was eagerly waiting for Touchmaster 3 and unfortunately it has not lived up to the 2 previous versions.
Summary: I prepurchased Touchmaster 3 and received it 6 days ago. I was disappointed that much of the content is based on knowledge of Poker terminology. It is rated for Everyone. I don't think "everyone" includes poker playing 6 year olds.
The best thing that can be said about these games is ...
5 August 2010
Summary: The best thing that can be said about these games is that they don't require hours to play. When you've only got a little time and you want a diversion (think Freecell on your computer) they are perfect.