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Topic: Art Style: Base 10 (First Impressions)

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Grumble

Just downloaded this game and it seems kinda cool... kinda seems like "number tetris" to me, but I like the simplistic way its laid out and game play seems really varied, which is right up my alley. What do the rest of u guys think? Worth the 500 pts? So far, I like it, but I won't really know until I get a little further into the game...

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Tails

So Far Its Great Touch Screen works Great & The Gameplay is fun its a Solid buy for me especially since I'm a Art Style Fanatic

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Grumble

cool, i didn't like AQUIA, but i do like this!

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Cheezy

I'm not a big fan of it, actually. It's a bit tricky in my taste and it's just really bland and unnappealing, IMHO. I can't decide whether this or Boxlife is my least favorite Art Style on the DSi.

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Grumble

Ah, you see.... I LOVE Boxlife... I guess these kinds of games appeal to certain gamers or personalities, likes, dislikes, etc. Which is great! There are thousands of games out there and thousands bound to be released... Which is why I don't always agree when a reviewer turns his review of a game or something into a personal commentary on what he/she likes or dislikes. With there being so many varied tastes of gaming out there, they should simply state the facts and features of said release. Boxlife is a very challening game, so is Base 10. If you don't like puzzles, etc, you won't like them. Period.

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Kenji510

Im loving this game already and i been playin for awhile now too.

Boxlife is a nice game also and now all we need left for the artstyle games are... NEMREM and Sominum.

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Bankai

Kenji510 wrote:

Im loving this game already and i been playin for awhile now too.

Boxlife is a nice game also and now all we need left for the artstyle games are... NEMREM and Sominum.

Nemrem and Somnium are the same game.

Americans are missing Nemrem and Kubos at this stage.

Hardy83

Base 10 is neat and all, but it's missing a lot of the charm the other art style games have.

Also, there's no left hand option for people who are left handed, making them unable to see about a screen and a half of numbers. Which is pretty stupid considering you really need to see those screens.

Hardy83

Hardy83

Also, I'm trying to figure out how this game is more then twice the size of Pictobits and bigger then Boxlife.
It's as bix as Aquia, but that game had some screensaver type videos.

There's not a lot of music, and the puzzle is just numbers.. What the heck makes it around 96 blocks!? lol

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Hardy83 wrote:

Also, I'm trying to figure out how this game is more then twice the size of Pictobits and bigger then Boxlife.
It's as bix as Aquia, but that game had some screensaver type videos.

There's not a lot of music, and the puzzle is just numbers.. What the heck makes it around 96 blocks!? lol

The multiplayer - considering it supports download play.

Or perhaps because there's more gameplay modes in this one?

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