Summary: This game is FUN! It is almost like a puzzle trying to figure out where all of the little Elebits are hiding. The game play is repetitive, but the bonus is that you get to destroy an entire house! It really is an interesting game. That said, I did get bored with it after a while. It is a game to take small breaks from and come back to. I think kids would have a great time with it!
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. I'm not big into video games, especially ones where you get killed multiple times. I just don't find those fun, but you can't die in this game, which was a big plus for me.
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: Elebits is for me the surprise hit of the year. Voted best of 2006 in 3 categories by IGN, including Best Action Game, it's worth every penny. Not only does it utilize the innovative features of the Wii remote to the fullest, but it entertains with hours of play. I can be pretty slow at catching on to games, but this one won't disappoint those, uh, less-coordinated folks like me.
Summary: This is another one of those games where the gameplay definitely takes a front seat as the storyline is forced to sit in the baby carrier. The premise is simple enough: A lightening strike has caused the elebits, tiny creatures responsible for providing the worlds' electricity, to go into hiding. Your character takes his fathers capture gun to search them out and, well, capture them.