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4.7 out of 10

Turn It Around

Turn It Around challenges players to master the Touch Screen tur Read more

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Overall 2

Turn It Around (DS): Ever Decreasing Circles

alf_fly, Dooyoo
16 August 2009
  • Summary: Nintendo's aim with the dual-screen, touch-sensitive DS was to encourage game developers to think in new ways about how the gamer can interact with games in the hope that this would lead to interesting new titles. The developers of Turn It Around did just that - they thought of exactly one new way of interacting with a game and ran with it. Turn It Around is a minigame collection where all of the games are based around a single control method - that of turning.
  • Pros: Some fun minigames.
  • Cons: Not enough of them, though; glitchy touch-screen controls; low production values.
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Overall 10

Turn it Around

doggydogfoot, Dooyoo
4 September 2008
  • Summary: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~GAMEPLAY~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Turn it around is a unique game by 505 games which comprises of 25 mini games. In each of the minigames you have to use either your stylus or the arrow keys to navigate the game. The games are really simple for example in the pottery game youu have to keep the plates spinning and not let them fall. In the hammer throw game you have to spin the person and release the ball so it goes as far as ppossible.
  • Pros: Great arcade style games
  • Cons: Can get boring
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Overall 6

Turn It Around (DS): A wheel let down!

otalgia, Dooyoo
12 August 2008
  • Summary: About the Game -------------------- Released in 2006 by 505 Games, turn it around is a series of 25 mini-games for the Nintendo DS. All of the games are controlled by spinning an onscreen wheel with your stylus, hence the games name. Gameplay ------------ On loading the cartridge you can choose whether to play single player or two player mode (via wifi).
  • Pros: Several minigames to play
  • Cons: Little variety in games
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