Summary: This game was surprisingly difficult. My children could not play at all and I ended up giving it to a local teenager. I thought it would be more kid fiendly when seeing the graphics and description, but this is a game for older children and adults. For adults, it is an okay game and seems like something someone would like who is into games like pacman, sonic, etc.
Summary: This is a ok game. My little brother loves it, but all it practley is is just A little drop of water that can change into ice and mist. Theres alot of cartoon vilonce in it. You fall of the edge of the platform alot.It`s good for ages 6 to 8.
Summary: Well, I bought this for my cousin. He had a birthday and I had no clue what to get him, and all the games for the Wii where hard to choose from. So this lil guy caught my eye, and I said.. why not? And boy am I glad, besides the obvious cuteness factor of the droplet, the kids love the whole environment. The only difficulty for my cousin was the controls, you see the style of play is different then that of usual Wii games.
Summary: It's cute, it's keeps you playing(wanting to see the next levels), but personally, I don't like not having definite control over the character. Basically, you move Dewey by tilting the Wiimote and he glides all over. You're always on the verge of falling off of the edge of something. I just find games like that, more stressful than fun, but that's just me.
Summary: Dewy's Adventure is indeed a very unique game. It is from the same makers of another quirky title, Elebits. It employs you as the titled Dewy and you are a droplet of water chosen to save the denizens of the elder tree. The game uses the phases of water as a main proponent of game play. Dewy can be turned into ice, water vapor (a cloud), or back to his normal state. These phases facilitate some of the puzzle solving within the world.
Summary: I bought this game for one reason only. That reason? The fact that I spent the better part of a year reading up on it and other games like it that are built from the ground up with the Wii controls in mind. A lot of previews and early impressions of Dewy's Adventure sounded positive, so I decided it must be a game I check out upon its release date. First thing, is this is one UGLY game.
Summary: ** Update: I made it to the final stage, and although my previous comments still stand true, I am knocking a start of the score due to the horrible final stage, which focuses on arena fights and regurgitates boss battles from the previous levels, instead of sticking to the winning puzzle/platform design of the previous 7 levels.
Control a water droplet - Dewy's Adventure on the Nintendo Wii
14 October 2009
Excerpt: "Dewy’s Adventure is a game for the Nintendo Wii. The game is aimed at children, but is quite challenging, so would be suitable for adults as well who like arcade, puzzle type games. You play the game by tilting the controller, as you play the character of Dewy, a droplet of water. This is quite hard to get used to at first, and can be a little clunky at times, but is a relatively innovative and interesting way of playing a game, and certainly attracts ...
Pros: Good graphics and a good concept
Cons: Controls hard to master and camera angles can be frustrating
Summary: It is not a bad game. The Games has two features it's gameplay is based on: a) That the character moves or slides by you tilting the whole world around him. This takes a bit to get used to as it is a strange and a bit frustrating at times (the responce is not always timely). b) That the character (a water drop or dew) can change his temperature into steam or ice and therefore change his abilities.