Summary: I actually like this game. I find the token puzzle addicting. It is kind of repetitive, but it's still challenging. It's like playing Sudoku ... it's basically the same thing every time, but still fun every time too. The storyline isn't really necessary, but it's cool to be able to find "petpets" and tame them and then use them to help you beat the more difficult puzzles. Some opponents you play are quite tricky too.
Summary: This game is hard for people like me who are not familiar with or understand the game Othello. Unfortunately that's pretty much the whole game so it can get very frustrating. I did actually get to one level to unlock a prize code but then the code didn't work and it took me weeks to get support to finally get me a working code and prize. If you like the game Othello and are good at it then you'll enjoy this game but if you're like me pass on this one.
Summary: This game is getting kind of slammed. I think it's a lot of fun! There's a challenge to create a neopet that has the right balance of characteristics and that's the secret to succeed in the game. Then you earn power-ups after you win a few boards. Yeah, it's kind of repetative, but reversi/othello/or whatever game you call it is repetative. So is checkers and that's been around for how many years? Give it a chance, and I'll bet you end up liking it quite a bit!
Summary: I enjoy this game, but the quality for this platform is a major disappointment. -The text is painfully small and difficult to read. -It frequently jerks and stutters when moving your character around. -It takes AGES to load compared to other games. And this delay is present every time you move between menus or stages of game play. This could have been so much better. Instead, it looks like something out of the '80s.
Summary: It was the same type of game through the different levels. It was easy to beat and if you have more than one person playing it with a neopets account, the person who enters the master code is the only person who can unlock all of the virtual prizes.
Summary: It's ok. Once you get a method down to completing the puzzles it's a piece of cake. One main puzzle and two mini puzzle games. The story is better than some of the big market games out there. Not bad, bought it for the codes.