Summary: Finally, I get a chess game for the DS. You would think that there would be more of them out there to be honest, but it took me quite a while to find one. And you get a reasonably good Sudoku game, too! Well worth having. It's nicely old-fashioned in its presentation style, like the old PC games used to be (before you got all those damned goblins and other such rubbish, used as playing pieces on the board).
Summary: When a game has a picture of a crossword grid on the cover you expect to find crosswords in the game. However there are no crossword puzzles. Whena game says 'includes sudoku, solataire, chess' you expect to find more then those three games. But they are the only three games. It claims to have over 600 puzzles. It has 500 sudoku, 10 versions of solataire and three difficulty levels of chess as both white and black. By my calculation that makes 516..
Summary: I really appreciated the tutorials and practice modes which made it great for me to learn Sodoku and Chess. I was familiar with solitaire but this has introduced me to a lot of different solitaire formats games which I had never heard of before which has made it more interesting. I spite of this, the graphics are not really great on this game.
Summary: Selection of classic card and logic games pretty well designed out and easy to use. I was a little disappointed in the Crossword section as it is based on only one style of croosword, ie general knowledge.