Summary: You know when they say quantity doesn't substitute for quality, after playing around with all of the mini games,.. I find myself playing only a few of the games. I would rather have fewer games with a little more depth.
Nice variety of games, but needs detailed instructions!
V. Hartman "Just Another Mom", Amazon
15 May 2008
Summary: Bottom line up front: This is a undoubtedly a wonderful cartridge if you're already familiar with lots of different types of games. But if you're like me and don't have a lot of gaming experience, you're probably going to have issues with many of the games on this cartridge due to lack of detailed instructions. I've had this game for a couple months now, and I will admit it's been the cartridge most often in my NDS Lite lately.
Summary: I was disappointed. I just bought the DS with Brain Age 2 and wanted Tetris, but that's so expensive now that I tried Touch Master instead. The games were OK but nothing great. I think what is missing is manipulating the objects on the screen...none of the decision making of Tetris, just one touch playing. The skill level needed seemed like something for young kids, not adults.
Summary: I'm in my 30s and carry my DS around when I know I have a long wait such as drs offices or the DMV for examlple and Touch Master is great for this. I found the variety of games very helpful, if you get bored with one type of game, just move on to the next. The only draw backs for me were the time limits on just about every game, a free play mode would have been nice. Also, there were a few too many card games for me. But the rest I found very entertaining.