Reviews and Problems with Myth Makers: Trixie in Toyland
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Value for money 10
25 November 2013
Summary: From the few reviews I saw before mine, mine will be the first GOOD one! :) It's a cute, fun &, yes, very challenging game! :) Once you get used to the remotes & how it plays it's fun & addicting! :) Some places prove to be a bit "challenging", but who wants a game you can just "zip threw"? Without 'some' challenge it's just no fun! For thos who may be afraid of violence(?), her weapon is a 'rattle'!!!
Summary: There are Nine levels in the game, plus a tutorial level. In order to proceed to the next level, players must collect eight power rods to activate a teleporter. When the player completes a level and plays it again, a menu appears with a second mode available, `Score Pickups'. If the level is completed again in this mode, the player will unlock `Time Attack' mode. Completion of this mode unlocks the `Hidden Pickups!' alternative mode. The controls are very innovative.
Summary: My kids and I have been so frustrated with trying to make Trixie jump. We fall off of everything. I was looking online to see if there was any way to jump better and I found a bunch of reviews that criticize the way she is programmed to jump. It is such a cute game, but we can only play it a half hour at a time because we lose our patience.
Summary: This was by far the worst Wii game we have ever purchased! If I could have given it a lower score I would have. It's suppose to be geared toward young children, however, as an adult I found the characters creepy and distrubing. Who wants clowns chasing you and destroying you? I got so frustrated with it that I gave it to a friend who is a Wii fanatic and can figure out any game.
Avoid this game and all DDI/Conspiracy games like the plague.
Marshall Carter "Ornery Gamer, Fiend Club Member", Amazon
30 July 2011
Summary: This is simply the same game you've played before as Ninjabread Man and Anubis II, two other dismal titles from Data Design Interactive. They use the same game engine, apply a different textures to make the main character and enemies look different and then call it a new game. The problem is that they never do anything to improve the gameplay.
Summary: This game is a somewhat nerfed version of Anubis II. Instead of 3 hearts, Trixie starts each new life with 5. She can also defeat some enemies by jumping on their heads. The hearts that appear when an enemy is defeated doesn't rise as fast as those in Anubis II, allowing them to be collected much easier. Also, Trixie's powered-up shots will actually seek out the target they're locked onto, instead of simply flying straight.
Summary: Bought this game at a very good price hoping it would be something I could play. I couldn't, and the seasoned gamers in the family rate it as horrible! Very difficult to control for very good gamers, so problem is game, not operator. We give Trixie in Toyland a big thumbs down!
Summary: I bought this game for my young children and it was even too difficult for me to play and I am 30 years old. The screen moves so fast that it will make you dizzy or give you a headache. I would not recommend this game to anyone.