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21. Posted: Thu 7th May 2009 02:01 BST
Also, I have a question about the browser: How do you connect it to the internet while you're out on the open road?
if you're talking about internets while you're on vacation or traveling someplace, there are truck stops and hotels equipped with wi-fi (whether or not you have to pay for it depends on the place, i guess). that's how truckers stay connected, lol.
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22. Posted: Thu 7th May 2009 18:23 BST
I'd have to say DSi browser... Does exactly as it says on the tin!
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23. Posted: Mon 11th May 2009 23:38 BST
The DSi Browser is very usefull, especially if you tweek it a bit and use mobile sites.Dr. Mario is also very good... looking forward to getting my hands on moving memo though
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24. Posted: Wed 13th May 2009 03:45 BST
While I really enjoy AS: AQUIA, Dr. Mario still wins out over it.
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25. Posted: Sun 24th May 2009 15:39 BST
My favorite DSiWare game has to be Paper Airplane Chase. I play that game every time on the bus and it's really addicting.
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26. Posted: Sun 24th May 2009 17:05 BST
My favorite has to be the PIctoBITS game. Definitely addicting, and quite hard once you get further in the game.
27. Posted: Sun 24th May 2009 20:08 BST
My two favorites are the DSi browser and Pyoro so far.
28. Posted: Mon 25th May 2009 03:11 BST
Dr. Mario all the way. Game is just so addictive in any package, though Ive got my sights set on Pictobits also but havent gotten it yet.
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29. Posted: Tue 26th May 2009 15:47 BST
I super love Dr. Mario...I keep coming back to that one again and again and again. Aquia is also good, and Pictobits is challenging as hell!! Ouch!
30. Posted: Fri 29th May 2009 11:42 BST
Pictobits! I've beaten all 15 of the regular levels and 7 of the dark levels. Just have to earn the coin to buy the rest
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31. Posted: Sun 7th Jun 2009 15:12 BST
Pictobits, MFC and Dr Mario are my three fav. I have WarioWare also but tried it once and havent messed with it agian.
32. Posted: Sun 7th Jun 2009 15:17 BST
same here, followed closely by Mighty Flip Champs
33. Posted: Sun 7th Jun 2009 15:52 BST
to bad there's no way to sell DSiWare I kinda regret buying Dr. Mario lol.
34. Posted: Sun 7th Jun 2009 16:01 BST
DEFINITELY Warioware. I love the camera set-up screen so much that it's pretty much the only part I play!
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35. Posted: Mon 8th Jun 2009 03:12 BST
I regret buying Warioware. If I hadn't have gotten it, I would have been playing Mighty Flip Champs right now! I would say Pictobits, Paper Airplane, and Pyoro are the best out there, fun, like they should be.
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36. Posted: Tue 9th Jun 2009 06:45 BST
Mario vs. DK takes the cake, I must say. I posted this review of sorts, in reply to Cheezy, earlier, but figured it might not be found on that topic.
I admit, I was a bit skeptic about this one at first, but when my cousin bought it as an impulse buy (he owns Mario vs. DK 2, one of his favorite videogames of all time), he urged me to purchase it. I had the points, so I got it and almost instantly named it my favorite DSiWare download, even edging out MFC!, which I had previously seen unbeatable. I don't own the previous Minis, but I've played it at his house and tried the trial version, which, in my inexperience, I found hard. But the trial was a cakewalk compared to the one and a half worlds I've completed in this version thus far. The boss battles are extremely similar to those of the last game (according to my cousin), with only very minor differences. However, just when you think you've seen every boss battle before in the last one, think again... The many changes to regular gameplay include: Doors with timers that activate once one Mini enters them, frequently used pink blocks that you can arrange in many shapes, Shy Guys with spears (that means no more falling on top of one and living anymore), more powerful versions of old enemies plus some new ones, different rewards for collecting the MINIMARIO cards, a higher difficulty all around, and more. The Basement and Rooftop are once again included (they're not part of the main four worlds) and an awesome prize or two (involving the bosses) awaits completionists. Yet, none of that is the real highlight of this fantastic game; the online community takes the cake. Nintendo is planning on supplying you with new levels created by them, and the online community has been great so far. Friend codes are not required but make it easier to get levels from certain people. There are Top Rated and Lastest searches available when browsing for levels, though you can't type in the name of a particular one and find it. The actual level editor is extremely robust, with templates and items from many different "story" levels to aid you in your level creating. In closing, this is the best $8 I've spent in a long while. P.S. The only reason this might not be for you is if you didn't enjoy Mario vs. DK 2, and even then I'm sure you'd love it, if only for the sheer volume of the game. But hey, miss out on it now if you want, wait for it to be lauded by the reviews, and regret not buying it sooner.
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37. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 03:18 BST
paper plane luv it
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38. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 09:05 BST
AS: PiCTOBiTS and Mario vs. Donkey Kong are my current favorites with Mighty Flip Champs and Dr Mario in tie for strong second place.
39. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 09:26 BST
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40. Posted: Fri 12th Jun 2009 06:59 BST
Art Style: Kubos. I can't get enough of this game. Graphically, gameplay and music all appeal to me in a way that no other game has - it's like Polarium back when the DS was originally released - it's has a minimalist art-gallery feel to it.
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