Summary: Bought this game for my PSP to help get through the kid's doctor's appointments. Everyone knows how boring those can be. I became addicted to this game along with my 6 year old. She can't stop playing it and has bested me by about 4 levels. I have even gotten my nanny and wife hooked too. The game is simple and the graphics are nice. I mean, how hard could it be to shoot a marble and match 3 colors.
Zhinka Chunmee "gamer from way back in the 70's", Amazon
26 October 2009
Summary: It has no achievements similar to the first version. The color and graphics are limited and the play is very simple even on the highest and so called hardest settings. It is definately a scaled down version of the first game and if you were hoping for an advanced version then you will be completely letdown.
Summary: I am a 61 year old female. I have been playing video games since my 40 year old son got his first Atari about 28 years' ago. This particular game is wonderful for "kids" of all ages. No violence, just patience and skill. There are 3 levels of play so you can transition from 'easy' to 'difficult'. I really do not enjoy violent games and this game is great for hand-eye coordination.
Summary: Puzzle games have always been a big hit or miss when it comes to excitement. ince Tetris was released for the Game Boy back in the late 80's, many gamers have always desired a taste for the addiction of a puzzle game. Yet, with all the success of a good puzzle game, there always has to be a knockoff to another one. Last year, Nintendo relased Magnetica, a addictive knockoff to one of the most addictive puzzle games on the computer, Zuma.