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81. Posted: Thu 7th Jan 2010 03:51 GMT
@rayworld where can you get the game for cheap? At gamestop it can be up to 60 dollars, and it's no less on Ebay. Anyways, I personally think that Pop+Solo is not as good as the electroplanktons, but it is a good game.Here is my best way to spend 2000 points:
Just let it happen.
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82. Posted: Thu 7th Jan 2010 04:35 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.Cheers,Jack
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.
It's a little hard to recommend an Art Style game considering we don't know what kinds of puzzlers you're into. Each of the art style games are wildly different.
I recommend Kubos and Trajectile though - and Wakugumi if it's in your territory. Those are my three favourite DSiWare puzzlers
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83. Posted: Thu 7th Jan 2010 18:34 GMT
If you like WiFi, shooting games, fast paced games, and competition, get Bomberman Blitz o.o So fun xDHere's my recommendation on how to spend 2,000 points:
Bomberman Blitz for great online and single player battles-500 ptsTrajectile for when you're at some place and you are bored of BB- 500ptsPop Island seems to be good for multiplayer single card play- 500ptsYou then have 500 points to spend on something else you may want. Boxlife, Paper Airplane Chase, Electroplankton games, etc
I only have BB from this list, and Paper Airplane chase. Each game gives what the other game on the list does not have.
Edited on Thu 7th January, 2010 @ 18:50 by PileDown
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84. Posted: Thu 7th Jan 2010 18:42 GMT
ummm, I wouldn't consider Bomberman Blitz a shooting game
Edited on Thu 7th January, 2010 @ 18:43 by Percentful
85. Posted: Thu 7th Jan 2010 18:51 GMT
It's a game in that category though sorta-ish. It has similar attributes- killing, fast paced action, ranged atacks, people running around. Sort of where shooting meets strategy xD
86. Posted: Thu 7th Jan 2010 21:22 GMT
Well, I'm not gonna argue with you even though I disagree.I do think that you should buy Bomberman Blitz. It's really fun, and the wifi works well be warned- there are a lot of players with japenese characters in there names that are really good, but quit if you win
Edited on Thu 7th January, 2010 @ 21:23 by Percentful
87. Posted: Thu 7th Jan 2010 21:26 GMT
Out of all the Dsiware games I have, (which is like 20 of them) I would have to say the best one is Bomberman Blitz.
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88. Posted: Fri 8th Jan 2010 00:13 GMT
Out of all the DSiware Games I have, (which is like 20 of them) I would have to say the best one is the Electroplankton series.Pop island is a close second, though.
89. Posted: Fri 8th Jan 2010 01:06 GMT
Out of all the Dsiware games I have, (which is like 14 of them, plus Flipnote and browser) I would have to say the best one is it depends on what type of game you like; most of them are good at what they do.
90. Posted: Fri 8th Jan 2010 10:56 GMT
Out of the 10 DSiWare games that I own, Thorium Wars is the best. With MvDK and Army Defender being runner-ups.
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91. Posted: Fri 8th Jan 2010 12:08 GMT
Out of the 30 or so DSiWare games that I own, I'd say the best are Bejeweled Twist, Trajectile and Pop Island.
92. Posted: Fri 8th Jan 2010 19:25 GMT
Well my DSi should be arriving on Monday and I've been trying to think of some DSiWare to get in addition to the preloaded ones (I got the Mario bundle DSi). I've finally narrowed it down to a 1800 point purchase.
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I figure that plus the Mario games will keep me entertained for awhile. :]
I might as well round it out to 2000 points and get a card. BTW does it have to be a Nintendo Points card or will a Wii Points card work too? It's hard to track down the ones labeled as Nintendo Points. I could always whip out my debit card but I figure this makes life easier. Sometimes Nintendo doesn't like my debit card, they seem to prefer credit cards... :/
Anyhow, what should the remaining 200 points be used on?
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93. Posted: Fri 8th Jan 2010 19:27 GMT
@bluecat A wii points card is just an old version of a nintendo points card, so it will still work.I think that you should either spend the last 200 on myNotebook, or an electroplankton [sun-animalcule, beatness, luminarrow, or hanenbow].
94. Posted: Fri 8th Jan 2010 21:12 GMT
Army Defender is amazing for a 200 point game. Robot Rescue comes in as a close second, with Electroplankton Beatnes, Pro Putt Domo and Luminarrow filling out the rest for my top 5 200 point DsiWare games.
95. Posted: Sat 9th Jan 2010 00:08 GMT
for 200 points I would recommend Paper Airplane Chase (or Paper Plane in Europe) it's a fun little game and good for short play times although you could end up playing it for an hour! Although a lot of people seem to like Army Defender. Sorry to say I've never played it.
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96. Posted: Sat 9th Jan 2010 01:33 GMT
Pyoro (aka Bird & Beans) and Paper Airplane Chase were good when they came out, but with meatier experiences like Robot Rescue and Army Defender out there now they're kind of obsolete. Try myNotebook, an electroplankton or one of the other two titles I mentioned above for great 200 point games.
97. Posted: Sat 9th Jan 2010 03:17 GMT
While myNotebook looks neat and all, I'm not sure how often I'd use it. And after watching some videos of it in action, it kinda feels like something that should have just come with the DSi. :/
Electroplankton looks interesting, but there are so many to choose from. @_@
98. Posted: Sat 9th Jan 2010 03:20 GMT
I have 200 points left, what should I get/wait for? I already have Army Defender.
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99. Posted: Sat 9th Jan 2010 04:22 GMT
Also, to anyone who's wondering how to spend 500 points, please give Pop Island and/or DQ Wars a chance.
100. Posted: Sat 9th Jan 2010 04:45 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.
gameloft did a wonderful job with the AI. also playing agienst them in hard mode was super rewarding. i also like unlocking backgrounds and decks over time personily i love it for the turnomant mode. and AI does not cheet they mostly will keep on skiping you or give you draw 10's. and after a while i finally beat uno on hard in turnomant and yes i do have a life.....
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