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561. Posted: Thu 15th Jul 2010 19:44 BST
so im planning in the future to get Alpha Bounce and Trajectile or Pictobits? i can't decide
562. Posted: Thu 15th Jul 2010 19:47 BST
I don't have the first two games you mentioned, but PiCTOBiTS is a great puzzler that's worth a download.
Edited on Thu 15th July, 2010 @ 19:48 by Punny
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563. Posted: Thu 15th Jul 2010 20:20 BST
Well if im getting paperfield than for a match of 1000 points I should get other four 200 points games in NA, wich one should I get, what are your recomendations.
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564. Posted: Thu 15th Jul 2010 21:37 BST
I have both Trajectile and Pictobits. I like Pictobits, but Trajectile gave me a lot of pleasure - and of lot of challenge toward the end (getting the 230 gold medals). Pictobits is good if you like action-puzzle (decide very quickly), Trajectile lets you take all the time you need to plan your moves. I'd say I spent ~3 hours on Pictobits to finish the first 15 levels (there are 15 more remixed levels but got tired of the game), whereas on Trajectile, I spend 20+ hours and I'm still hooked (228 out of 230 gold medals). I would get trajectile + ...tada.... our game QuickPick Farmer because I think it has at least as much replay value as Pictobits. Okay I''m perhaps a tad biased.
Edited on Thu 15th July, 2010 @ 21:39 by Artial
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565. Posted: Thu 15th Jul 2010 21:47 BST
Hmm well, so if im sure gonna buy x-scape and trajectile it left me with 3500 points, now its time to drop some games out, help me to choose.
Edited on Thu 15th July, 2010 @ 21:52 by hulklol123456789
566. Posted: Thu 15th Jul 2010 22:12 BST
I prefer Trajectile to Pictobits. Pictobits felt like mindless work having to earn all the coins to buy everything and then I never played it again. Trajectile was fun earning all the medals, and even when you've earned all the medals it's fun to see if you can do even better by finding trick-shots to finish a stage with one missile.
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567. Posted: Fri 16th Jul 2010 00:05 BST
I have AlphaBounce and pictobits. The thing about Alpha bounce is that it never gets old. Pictobits will be worth the money, but will get old, and just another one of those never gonna use again DSiWare.
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568. Posted: Fri 16th Jul 2010 00:14 BST
I want Rytmik
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569. Posted: Fri 16th Jul 2010 02:26 BST
Funky Gamer, is there another 500 point game that's like alpha bounce that doesn't get old?
570. Posted: Fri 16th Jul 2010 04:28 BST
@KCK for me, that'd be precipice.
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571. Posted: Fri 16th Jul 2010 04:37 BST
Game and Watch Games because they are the Closest things weve got to a Virtual Handheld for now and there Cheap.
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572. Posted: Fri 16th Jul 2010 05:49 BST
Has anyone actually played any of the G&W titles for more than half an hour? They look like something you'd probably only play a few minutes and then never play again. I had about 10 different LCD games as a kid and gave them all away the second I got my NES, and I've never missed any of them because they simply weren't that fun.
573. Posted: Fri 16th Jul 2010 06:14 BST
Which one should I get? 3D Space Tank (X-Scape in US) or Soul of Darkness?I really don't know which one is better so yeah
574. Posted: Fri 16th Jul 2010 12:00 BST
I don't have Soul of Darkness, but X-Scape is one of the greatest DSiWare titles available.
575. Posted: Fri 16th Jul 2010 13:49 BST
@NexxuZ: I would recommend spending the money for X-Scape.
@KCKowalchuk: I agree with the others on this forum who have both Pictobits and Trajectile. Trajectile is the better game overall. Like Artial, I finished the first 15 levels of the Pictobits in approx. 4 hours but then found that the 15 additional levels were just too insanely hard. However, I stuck with Trajectile all the way to the end, got all 230 medals and spent about 10 hours doing it. Overall, its in my top 5 DSiWare games.
Edited on Fri 16th July, 2010 @ 13:49 by rosebud
576. Posted: Fri 16th Jul 2010 17:49 BST
Not that I have downloaded. Just remember, I am not a big fan of downloading.
NexxuZ wrote:Which one should I get? 3D Space Tank (X-Scape in US) or Soul of Darkness?I really don't know which one is better so yeah I don't have Soul of Darkness, but X-Scape is one of the greatest DSiWare titles available.
X-Scape is incredible. Its graphics are amazing.
Edited on Fri 16th July, 2010 @ 17:51 by Funky_Gamer
577. Posted: Fri 16th Jul 2010 21:14 BST
Has anyone actually played any of the G&W titles for more than half an hour?
I only have Donkey Knog Jr. for the DSi, but I heart that game so much because of the nostallgic factor. It was the only game I remember playing as a kid, but I never had any of these G&W games. Most of the time a spend 30 mins. at best going for a championship run on this one. After about 15 mins. or so this game gets super hard so over time I get worse at it. s So about 30 mins. at a time is all I spend on it. Its very additive and rewarding to me to save Donkey Kong over and over. Ive been looking to try other G&W games for the service, but I think none of them could compare to DKJ. Mario Cement Factory does sound nice though.
Soul of Darkness < X-scape I have both of these and enjoy them almost the same. X-scape is something new and fresh for the DSiware service but Soul of Darknees is a good knockoff of a Castlevania game. Since im all about getting the most out of every download I have to give Xscape the edge because its around 5 hours longer the SoD. This if you decide to get 100% completion of both games. Plus Xscape makes you say “wow” and SoD not so much.
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578. Posted: Fri 16th Jul 2010 21:28 BST
i got paperfield and it's pretty sick. i don't know how it compares to aura aura climber but its good
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579. Posted: Fri 16th Jul 2010 21:31 BST
My faves areAura Aura ClimberPop Island
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580. Posted: Sat 17th Jul 2010 17:57 BST
This is probably a stupid question, but should I get Pop Island or Pop Island Paperfield? What I want to know is how much content each game has. Like, does Paperfield have less content or just as much as the original? Also, I'm wondering if you could get Paperfield and then get the original and it will still give you the extra content? I would really like to know. Thanks!
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