Pretty good game considering I'm not a big video game fan
Ashley N "Crazy for music and books", Amazon
1 December 2010
Summary: So my husband got an Amazon gift card and was looking for something to buy, and remembered this great game he used to play called Elebits. So we ordered it and I received it in the mail today. I played for about 30 minutes (including the tutorial) and found it quite enjoyable.
Summary: This game is really cute and alot of fun. It's also very challenging. The best part is once you unlock multiplayer mode you can spend time ransacking a room with your friends or family. I thought this was a fun added feature.
Summary: Me and my kids truly enjoy playing this game. It's fun but very challenging, and it's harder than I thought it would be at the higher levels. In any case, its a fun game for all ages and at a great price here on Amazon.
Summary: I rented this game thinking that it might catch the interest of my girlfriend. As we are both in our 30's I find it hard to get her involved in any video game that is even remotely complicated (Raving Rabbids = Too Complicated).
Summary: There are a lot of good reviews for this game, but--for me--this game was just frustrating. After about 2 days of playing I got to a level where the game just ceased to be fun and challenging and went into the realm of annoying.
Summary: I read a lot of reviews that said Elebits was amazingly addictive. A friend loaned me his copy and we settled in for some multiplayer action. I got bored within two rounds of multiplayer, and I started in on the solo missions. I probably played for an hour or two before I dropped it for good.
Summary: Elebits is not a bad game, but the premise is really thin and eventually wears out its welcome. The game is played with a gravity gun device that looks like it should be used by the . You can use it to pick up and rotate items (also you open doors and drawers with it).