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61. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 05:34 GMT
@supermarioman I would suggest the electroplankton titles, they are fun, pick-up-and -play kind of games, and they are great if you love music and sounds.
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62. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 16:18 GMT
Oh sorry I figured someone would reccomend Electroplankton, which I already own in cartridge form, so I don't need to download any of them (need to being key word! )
63. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 20:02 GMT
I think art style: BOXLIFE is very addicting in factory mode, always trying to get enough money for the next item. R&D mode gets frustrating so I stick to factory mode, it's worth it. Don't have PiCTOBiTS but It's supposed to be good. Pop Island sounds dumb but it's actually really fun and to mention for DSiWare 3-D it has good graphics. Paper Airplane Chase (Paper Plane) I play a lot. It's easy to start it up and play and good for short play times. Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again is a good DSiWare game, it's easy to understand but makes you think. Level editor is great. I also have UNO which I debated about for a long time since I was upset that it's 800 points in the US but I gave it a shot since I got more point cards than I expected this Christmas, and I play it more than I thought I would although I haven't tried online.
In the end here's the order of my most played (NOT favorites, I like them all )
art style: BOXLIFEPaper Airplane Chase (Paper Plane)UNOPop IslandMario vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again
I like them all a lot, but this is just the order of how much I've played these games.
Also if you live in the US save 500 points for Trajectile (Reflect Missile). it's supposed to be really good and retro.
That's all I can recommend ATM.
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64. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 20:16 GMT
How fun is Uno against the computer? I've played it on a friends 360 and my opponents were pretty smart, so hows the AI in this one? Also I'm still looking for Dragon's Lair, Thorium Wars, and Rayman impression. Anyone?
65. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 20:19 GMT
@Supermarioman I've only tried the AI on normal twice, and there was always this one guy who was impossible to beat. All the CPUs seem to know what colors you have, because when they play a Wild they usually pick the color you don't have or have little of. I beat two out of three CPU's both times I've played so far.
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66. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 20:32 GMT
I agree with Odnetnin. The AI is impossible on even normal. I tried twice and went back to easy. Easy is fun to play against because they aren't impossible but they can beat you in a few hands. I can't imagine Hard difficulty. the AI difficulty is the only big issue I found in UNO, but that can be solved by playing it on easy so don't shut it down just because of the AI. Plenty of options to select from too. Sorry to say I haven't played Thorium Wars, Rayman or Dragon's Lair, but I heard Thorium Wars gets repetitive.
67. Posted: Sun 3rd Jan 2010 02:23 GMT
Well thanks for the input about Uno,I'll consider buying it sometime, but it will be a later purchase. Also no need to say sorry for not playing those games, theres no reason to be sorry. But I would still like to hear any opinions from any others?
68. Posted: Tue 5th Jan 2010 01:01 GMT
Should I get Trajectile, or wai for Flipper?????
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69. Posted: Tue 5th Jan 2010 01:03 GMT
I have a similar question xD 1,300 points to spend. Should I buy Trajectile or wait for a good shooter or multiplayer game?
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70. Posted: Tue 5th Jan 2010 02:00 GMT
I'd say buy Trajectile now. You'd still have 800 points left, and you can always buy another points card later.
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71. Posted: Tue 5th Jan 2010 02:40 GMT
I just got Trajectile. Pretty fun, I'd recommend it since it's only 500 points.
72. Posted: Tue 5th Jan 2010 02:58 GMT
I need a 200 point game, as I spent my other 500 on a cruddy game known as Castle of Magic. Already have (200): Paper Airplane, B&B, Army Defender (Awesome), and a myNotebook.
Also: Grabbing a points card next week, what should I get?Looking at: Bomberman, Trajectile, Uno (could use some info on it), and maybe Dragon's Lair (I'm aware those add up to 2,600)Already have: Said games, Pop Island, Art Styles ('cept for Digidrive), Glow Artisan, M/DK, Puzzle League, Pop+, BA Sudoku, MFC!, Asphalt, and Dr. Mario.
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73. Posted: Tue 5th Jan 2010 03:02 GMT
@Min I'd go with Trajectile and maybe Uno.
74. Posted: Tue 5th Jan 2010 04:08 GMT
Dragon's Lair and Trajectile.
For 2000 points, the best game set, in my opinion, are:
Trajectile and Kubos (the two best DSiWare games, and the best 1000 points... $15... I've ever spent on games)Dragons Lair (Retro goodness)MySims (fun little toy) or MyNotebook (Usefull little application)
I would never, ever recommend a Gameloft game, except to someone with a lot of points to blow. Shoddy, cheaply-made mobile games. And they're getting worse. That Dog one was over in 20 minutes, literally. There's nothing left to do but go through a daily monotony of looking after the dogs.
Edited on Tue 5th January, 2010 @ 04:11 by Bankai
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75. Posted: Tue 5th Jan 2010 04:44 GMT
I would never, ever recommend a Gameloft game.
i enjoy guitar rock tour, and i would recomend it anyday.
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76. Posted: Tue 5th Jan 2010 08:20 GMT
@Supermarioman- Read my earlier post about Thorium Wars on this thread. It'll test your patience at times, but is a really awesome game and well worth the 1000 points. Other awesome games are MvDK: MMA, Glow Artisan (both clever puzzle games that make you strategize a plan), and Army Defender (An awesome pick-up-n-play shooter game). If you only get one 2000 points card, I HIGHLY recommend you start with Thorium Wars, MvDK, and Army Defender.
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77. Posted: Tue 5th Jan 2010 16:40 GMT
@Min - Pick up Trajectile. I did last night and had to make myself quit playing.
78. Posted: Wed 6th Jan 2010 23:09 GMT
Right, this is my dilemma. I'm (hopefully) taking delivery of my new DSi tomorrow and, with Europe getting 1000 Nintendo DSi Points free until 31 March, I plan on spending 'em. I'm definitely getting Mario vs. Donkey Kong, plus downloading the free apps. I'll probably also get an extra 1000 Points myself. So, that's 1200 Nintendo DSi Points going spare - use 'em for me! What do I wanna be looking at in the Nintendo DSi Shop? I do sorta enjoy puzzle games but with all the different Art Style games, I don't know which I'd enjoy more... so I'm maybe looking at getting one of them.
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79. Posted: Wed 6th Jan 2010 23:12 GMT
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80. Posted: Thu 7th Jan 2010 03:20 GMT
My opinion on 2000 points is
Paper Plane/Pyoro (One of them)MFC (Must have!)Art Style: PictobitsPop+ Solo (It's a much better game than the electroplanktons (Considering that the cartridge is really cheap anyways) and has the same amount of pick-up and play value. Plus the music is great.)
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