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201. Posted: Tue 2nd Feb 2010 01:49 GMT
I wanna' get oregon trail i remember playing it when i was young...(YOUNGER that is)
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202. Posted: Tue 2nd Feb 2010 02:18 GMT
@Werble: first remember that it's called THE Oregon Trail. I have the game Oregon Trail II and i thought it was going to be like that but it isn't when I saw the screenshots and saw my friend play it so I haven't downloaded it yet, but he likes the game and it didn't look like a bad game, just not the nostalgic one I remember. I might download it since a few people have recommended it.
Edited on Tue 2nd February, 2010 @ 02:19 by Vander
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203. Posted: Tue 16th Feb 2010 16:28 GMT
Thanks to theblackdragon for pointing me to this thread. Didn't know about this one. Copy-pasting from my old topic...
So I have 1300 points spare and I'd like to spend 500 of it (leaving 800 for later), but I can't decide on which game to get. Here are the ones I've been considering:
And I would totally buy LRRH's Zombie BBQ if it was available in the US store.
Or would it be better to save up my points for future releases? A number of good-looking titles are coming out soon, like Flipper, Flight Control, Shantae, Tetris Party Live and AiRace. There are too many to look forward to, so I need advice! Thanks in advance!
204. Posted: Wed 17th Feb 2010 00:33 GMT
@HolyMac Rest assured precipice is one of the better Art Style games and one of the best games on the service period, imo. Definitely not clunky/hard to play (not sure if you know you can rotate the camera with L and R), and while it seems simple it quickly becomes frantic and addictive. Let me know of any other q's you have about that game.Dark Void Zero is also totally worth the points for a fantastic retro styled exploration platformer in the vein of Mega Man. It's about two or three hours on easy I would think, and if you want to try for the hidden collectibles throughout the levels and high scores and harder difficulties, it's actually quite a bargain.
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205. Posted: Wed 17th Feb 2010 00:38 GMT
I'm gonna get flipper on monday, and I will have 200 points left. Any suggestions? [I already have all the electroplanktons, obviously.]
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206. Posted: Wed 17th Feb 2010 00:41 GMT
@110 NOWAI! Nothing worth getting, tbqf&h.
207. Posted: Wed 17th Feb 2010 01:28 GMT
If you liked Trajectile then get Spotto! I also reccomend getting Robot Rescue. Those are 2 of the best 200 point games on DSiWare.
208. Posted: Wed 17th Feb 2010 02:12 GMT
Agreed w/ Birdman. If you are looking to spend a quality 200 points, Spotto! is well worth it.
209. Posted: Wed 17th Feb 2010 02:15 GMT
Escapee GO! is good if you don't have that already.
210. Posted: Wed 17th Feb 2010 02:26 GMT
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211. Posted: Wed 17th Feb 2010 02:40 GMT
Dragon Quest Wars, anyone? I was wondering about this one...I've never played a DQW game, so the point of fan service is pretty moot for me... Also, I've never played a strategy game like this before...(trying to delve into the genre a bit). Is it at all good?
@HolyMac: I thought precipice was pretty meh...
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212. Posted: Wed 17th Feb 2010 02:41 GMT
I was wondering the same.
213. Posted: Wed 17th Feb 2010 06:35 GMT
@Odnetnin Do you find yourself going back and playing Precipice every now and then? I keep going back to Base 10 and Digidrive and having a lot of fun, so I'm particularly happy with those. As for Dark Void Zero, everyone raves about it so maybe I should just get it. 2 or 3 hours doesn't sound too bad and those extras seem alright too.
@BleachFan888 What was so meh about Precipice?
I don't have DQW but it looks like it's a bit lacking. Only 6 units, and no single player campaign. If you're interested in strategy then I'd suggest Starship Defense (or trying some PC strategy games ).
214. Posted: Thu 18th Feb 2010 00:56 GMT
Has anyone downloaded Move Your Brain Rollway Puzzle, The Oregon Trail , or Jazzy Billards? If so, were they worth it?
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215. Posted: Thu 18th Feb 2010 00:59 GMT
110percentful wrote:I'm gonna get flipper on monday, and I will have 200 points left. Any suggestions? [I already have all the electroplanktons, obviously.]If you liked Trajectile then get Spotto! I also reccomend getting Robot Rescue. Those are 2 of the best 200 point games on DSiWare.
Unfortunately, I did not like trajectile that much. I am not into puzzle games generally, and maze games bug me. that means no RR, and no Escapee go.
216. Posted: Thu 18th Feb 2010 09:02 GMT
@110percentful: I guess you'll just have to save up your points then, since I don't think any of the other 200 point games out now are very good.
EDIT: Oh, Army Defender looks pretty good. And Pyoro and Paper Plane.
Edited on Thu 18th February, 2010 @ 09:04 by HolyMackerel
217. Posted: Thu 18th Feb 2010 12:30 GMT
@110percentful: I guess you'll just have to save up your points then, since I don't think any of the other 200 point games out now are very good.EDIT: Oh, Army Defender looks pretty good. And Pyoro and Paper Plane.
Army Defender, Bird & Beans and Paper Plane are about the only other 200 non-app games to consider, so if none of those mentioned above spark your interest you're better off saving your points for something to come later.
218. Posted: Thu 18th Feb 2010 14:42 GMT
Nevermind. I spent them on Airace tunnel, and I quite enjoy it. I already have paper plane, and pyoro doesn't interest me. I'll probably get army defender with my next point card.
219. Posted: Fri 19th Feb 2010 00:11 GMT
@irken & BleachFan-No, it is not worth it. Its fun at first with the tutorial, but the lack of any single-player campaign is a total let-down. And unless you know someone with a DSi and DQW downloaded, you probably will never find anyone to play with online, which is a shame since it focuses purely on multiplayer. I'd give it a 6/10 at best.
As for anyone else who's wondering about 200-point games, Escapee GO! is probably your best choice because of its content, with Spotto being a close second. Escapee GO! is fun if you enjoy stealth type games, while Spotto is (as mentioned before) a lot like Trajectile, apparently, but is extremely fun. They are both great for picking-up-n-playing.
Army Defender is good if you like arcade-like games, but unfortunately if you choose to quit in the middle of a play session, you can't record your score. You can only record your score when you lose all of your lives. Which lowers its pick-up-n-playability, since each session will likely last over a half hour if you go for a high score.
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220. Posted: Fri 19th Feb 2010 00:13 GMT
Already enjoying Escapee GO and Army Defender. I might add Flipper this coming Monday though, if it is released Monday.
Edited on Fri 19th February, 2010 @ 00:13 by irken004