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Morphbug

21. Posted:

Rating a game or reviewing it in the forums is actually against the comunity rules of this site.

I actually like the numbered ratings they use in this site, according to their scoring policy a 7 is not a low score, it's a "good".

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Donjwolf

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Morphtroid wrote:

Rating a game or reviewing it in the forums is actually against the comunity rules of this site.

I actually like the numbered ratings they use in this site, according to their scoring policy a 7 is not a low score, it's a "good".

That's a weird community rule and I wasn't aware that rule even existed.

Anyway, I finally meet a sane person. To lots of people nowadays, any game rated below a '9' is 'awful.' >_> These people never read the reviews. They just skip to the number and conclude it sucks, even if it gets an '8.' This is why I hate scores. The content is what matters, not the number.

Update: Okay Morphtroid, if you haven't gotten Zombie theme yet, it unlocks after you complete level 80.

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Morphbug

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Thanks for the tip :D
I played a lot today (from level 12 to 55) I'm glad to hear I'm not too far from unlocking it. It's too bad that there's only 6 themes.

New themes add a lot of variety. I was starting to get tired of the oriental song, but now (after unlocking more themes) I'm ok with it :P

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You're welcome. I've been playing a lot too, just to unlock everything. The zombie tileset has some neat images like a zombie with an axe on its head. It's more like a Halloween theme though. It has 2 different pumpkins, the Grim Reaper and lots of bones, etc. If it unlocks at level 80, the last theme will probably unlock at 125 or whatever.

I don't usually put music on when I'm playing, but I turned it on today and it's actually pretty nice. I like the animal track with all the animal sounds XD I'm happy the tileset has a German Shepherd Dog in it. They're my favourite breed :)

Update: OMG I was right!! I thought the fairy set would unlock at level 120 or 125, and it unlocked after I finished 120. Not sure I like all that pink though. I hate pink.

Another update: Oh man, I finally slogged my way through Adventure Mode. My highscore is 1644805. Now I'm taking a long break from this game. I need a rest!

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RR529

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Nintendo World Report: 5.5/10

They liked: Rivers mode was fun, & there's lots to unlock.

They Disliked: Classic mode is frustrating, high scores feel pointless, having to unlock the different themes was annoying, & the top screen is useless.

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Morphbug

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The developer(publisher?) of this game (join dots) is also releasing two more (pc game-looking) games according to the "coming soon" part on the eShop and they look like I'll like them :D

Their site also shows a minigame collection (which includes Mahjong, figures) that will supposedly be released on the eshop too.

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Dunno about Murder on the Titanic, but that garden game is definitely a PC game. I've seen it before.

WTF is up with Nintendo World's report?? Classic Mode is -confusing-? What? The point of the game is to remove all the tiles, so if you run out of tiles to remove midway, then you've lost. It's as simple as that. I doubt that reviewer has actually played S. Mahjong before. Top scores tell you how fast you solved the puzzle of course. It's not entirely useless. Having to slog through Adventure Mode is pretty tiresome though. Actually, this is probably the first S. Mahjong game I know that makes you unlock tilesets and layouts.

Morphtroid, link? I can't seem to find their website.

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Morphbug

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Sounds to me like the reviewer never played Mahjong before lol
As far as I know, classic mode plays just like every other single mahjong solitaire game on the service.... Though, I do have to agree that Rivers is fun.

Their site is http://www.joindots.com/

The minigame collection I mentioned seems to use the same graphical style as this game... And comes with other 54 games besides mahjong. I wonder when will it come to the eshop?

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Donjwolf wrote:

Dunno about Murder on the Titanic, but that garden game is definitely a PC game. I've seen it before.

WTF is up with Nintendo World's report?? Classic Mode is -confusing-? What? The point of the game is to remove all the tiles, so if you run out of tiles to remove midway, then you've lost. It's as simple as that. I doubt that reviewer has actually played S. Mahjong before. Top scores tell you how fast you solved the puzzle of course. It's not entirely useless. Having to slog through Adventure Mode is pretty tiresome though. Actually, this is probably the first S. Mahjong game I know that makes you unlock tilesets and layouts.

Morphtroid, link? I can't seem to find their website.

Eh, I wouldn't read too much into NWR's reviews. They tend to be much harsher on eShop games, than NL. I still like posting their reviews (as well as Nintendojo's & Nintendo eShop Gamers'), to show various opinions.

In fact, they gave both Denpa Men & Sakura Samurai a 6.5/10. They also gave Bird Mania 3D, Dillon's Rolling Western, & others lower scores, but I can't remember the exact scores.

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