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1,441. Posted: Sun 31st Jul 2011 14:59 BST
Has anyone bought Artillery: Knights vs. Orc ?
1,442. Posted: Sun 31st Jul 2011 22:24 BST
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What's the best game game for $4.99 that's not, like one of those creative games like Flipnotes or Rytmik?
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1,443. Posted: Sun 31st Jul 2011 22:34 BST
I highly recommend Mighty flip champs, its a fantastic, challenging game with an awesome soundtrack but I still can't get past 4-7, that level is so hard.
1,444. Posted: Sun 31st Jul 2011 22:50 BST
@Mickeymac - That's hard to say, as a lot of DSiWare that I like is $4.99; however, I feel A Kappa's Trail is probably the best.
1,445. Posted: Sun 31st Jul 2011 23:31 BST
I'll try narrowing it Down:
Tetris Party LiveGO Series: PicdunMetal TorrentA Kappa's TrailAlphaBouncePro Jumper Guilty Gear Tangent
1,446. Posted: Mon 1st Aug 2011 00:18 BST
I haven't got it but from the trailer, it looks like a cheap flash game.
1,447. Posted: Mon 1st Aug 2011 04:56 BST
I narrowed it down myself some more and eventually settled on Tetris. So far, I'd say it's highly recommendable. It's a very good version of Tetris, though I wish it had more than 2 single player modes.
1,448. Posted: Mon 1st Aug 2011 05:04 BST
jRandall or whatever, I saw your post before you deleted it. I'll still note it since I'm actually now planning on getting a second game. With those 3 narrowed down, I can say my best choice is probably Pro Jumper.
1,449. Posted: Mon 1st Aug 2011 05:10 BST
Okay, didn't see your last post (1447) when I replied so thought it wasn't adding anything. Did you consider Dark Void Zero, etc.?
1,450. Posted: Mon 1st Aug 2011 05:15 BST
Yeah, but I have it on Steam and while it would be nice to have it on the go, duplicates are pretty low priority for me. Oddly enough, this is my first owned copy of Tetris.
1,451. Posted: Mon 1st Aug 2011 18:31 BST
I keep looking at Maestro! Green Groove. It seems to be a bit pricey for what it offers. Maybe I'd be better off just buying the full game off ebay?
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1,452. Posted: Mon 1st Aug 2011 18:51 BST
Can anyone who has Pop Island tell me if it has good single player? I read the review on this site, but I'm still not quite so sure. It's a game I'd really like to play though. Or does Pop Island Paperfield have enough in it to keep me occupied for long? (Seeing as it's cheaper and what not).
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1,453. Posted: Mon 1st Aug 2011 19:08 BST
Not really a reply to anyones post, but if you're looking for a good 200pt title I'd recommend GO Series: Portable Shrine Wars. It's look and unique gameplay style brings to mind something Treasure would have concocted in its golden years, albeit in a mini-game format sans the multi-jointed baddies.
1,454. Posted: Mon 1st Aug 2011 19:33 BST
Aiport Mania: First Flight is another great game for 200pts for those who are interested.
1,455. Posted: Mon 1st Aug 2011 19:46 BST
I think Airport Mania: First Flight is way too easy. Very fun, but way too easy. Flight Control is very challenging so far and very addicting. Might pick up Airport Mania: Non-Stop Flights in the near future because I think it might be more challenging.
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1,456. Posted: Mon 1st Aug 2011 19:54 BST
I'll try narrowing it Down:Tetris Party LiveGO Series: PicdunMetal TorrentA Kappa's TrailAlphaBouncePro Jumper Guilty Gear Tangent
i would get alphabounce firsst then picdun
1,457. Posted: Mon 1st Aug 2011 20:14 BST
@pariah164 - While Maestro! is a little on the short side, it is a fairly challenging game, especially towards the end. If you can find the game for cheap on eBay, I'd get it, but you may want to check out Green Groove first to see what you'd be getting as a full title.
@Rocketship - Pop Island is a very nice and frantic game, even if you're playing by yourself. It has 8 maps in total and each are well designed and fun to play on. I'm not entirely sure how much content (i.e. maps) Paperfield has, as I recall hearing somewhere it only has 3 maps if you don't own the original but it has 6 if you do; I can't confirm that as I had little interest in getting more of the same after I played the original to death.
1,458. Posted: Mon 1st Aug 2011 20:34 BST
@Birdman13 Yeah, I was thinking about that. Someone sells it on ebay but it's $50.
Edited on Mon 1st August, 2011 @ 20:35 by pariah164
1,459. Posted: Sat 6th Aug 2011 03:55 BST
Hey which of these games would you guys recomend.(You can say more then one)Castle ConquerorSteam World Tower DefenseAkappa's TrailDark Void Zero SpottoAura Aura ClimberMr DrillerGo Series Captain SubDream WalkerAntipoleLost Town the DustRabi LadyDigger DanIvy the Kiwi: Mini
Also if any of these are bad please let me know. And if there is a game $5 or below that's good I am missing let me know. Thanks a Ton!
1,460. Posted: Sat 6th Aug 2011 04:06 BST
Dark Void Zero and Antipole come recommended from me. DVZ might be the better of the two, in terms of polish and production values, but Antipole will probably last you longer. The former is a jet-and-gun retro platformer while the latter is a gravity-flipping platform-shooter.
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