Summary: Pretty cool game, but it gets old fast. Even the kids in the house didn't pay attention to this game long. It was close to being very awesome, but missed the mark and ended up average. Definitely worth it for $10 or less.
Summary: Idk but my theory is that eur copies (it had the pegi 7+ label) don't work well in US NDS. Whenever i try to design something, big squares appear and it won't allow me to design whatever i want. The US version worked fine before and my touch screen is calibrated.
Summary: As a college student studying game development, DIY has some terminology and mechanics that match what I'm doing in my college classes. For that, it is a very accurate depiction of the video game development cycle.
Summary: From Brain Training to Wii Fit, Nintendo has now made a decent game about programming. The tutorials are very friendly, though may be at a level above what small children can understand. The Assembly Challenges are cool, but I wish there were more. The music creator is also useful on its own, and deserves special mention; it's more or less the new version of Mario Paint.