Summary: Tropix is the ultimate gaming vacation with eleven games in one, including match-3, word, Mahjong, Sudoku, bowling, Solitaire, and more! Earn sand dollars to buy food, fun and creature comforts to decorate your island and purchase other exotic islands to chart new games.
Summary: Tropix is the worst kind of bad game. It's not overtly bad, and it's not horrible or hideous, but it's a bad game because there's no value. It's just a collection of Flash games with a DS sheen. There's nothing exclusive to this game; you can find a bowling game, a colored ball shooting game, a line up three objects game, or a word game on any old Flash game site. There isn't much of a main game, either.
Summary: One of the things I love about the PSP is that it's easy and convenient to store a wide selection of games on Memory Stick to play later, in addition to the game actually in the UMD slot. For those of us still without DSi's (personally I'm not biting until there's actually some compelling DSiWare titles),
is one of the few cartridge games available that can somewhat replicate that sense of convenience.
Pros: 11 different games to choose from, most at least average, providing decent convenience and replay value., The tropical music is steel drum heavy and pretty catchy.
Cons: Only two games are truly standout titles, and they alone hardly justify the price., Average graphics.