Mixed Messages (DSiWare)

Game Profile

Mixed Messages is the hilarious party game of mixed-up miscommunication. Sketch a picture to capture your friends' sentence, or try to figure out what in the world they've drawn.

You might start with, "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog" and end up with "A crazy surfer outruns flying sticks of dynamite while his fans cheer!" Two to 21 players take turns writing sentences and drawing pictures to pass along a message. This isn't a game about winning and losing - it's all about the funny miscommunications that happen along the way. You'll laugh when you see just how wacky things can get. Get together with your friends and mix it up.

Game Review


USA USA Version

Posted by Corbie Dillard

Activision's DSiWare debut leaves a sour taste in the mouth.

Mixed Messages could be classified more as an experience than an actual game, since there's actually no clearly-defined goal. You basically just alternate typing sentences and drawing pictures to try to match each other in an attempt to keep the original...

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User Comments (12)



LGamer said:

If it's really as nice as it sounds... I think I wait for some more info...



KnucklesSonic8 said:

I'm glad it came out so soon after being announced. I'd love to give this a try with friends if I had a DSi.



StarDust4Ever said:

I played this game (pen and paper version) for the fist time some weeks ago with a bunch of friends, and everybody had a blast. I think it's totally unnecessary to use a video game system to party play games that don't require video game systems at all :P

Why do companies insist on publishing traditional party games as video games when no video game system is required to play it?

Seems like more companies just want to ca$h in, D'oh!



Marioman64 said:


to save trees duh :3

looks entertaining, omg i can't wait to get the dsi but its not my birthday yet... if i can rack up enough money before then im getting one instantly

think they have one in a dark orange or platinum?



saitho said:

You can play it with a pencil and a paper ;)
500 Points are too much. 200 would be okay...



videoqueen1000 said:

sounds like fun. and stardust, to do it on the dsi is a lot more efficient to the environment, and second, it's fun. duuuuuuh! :D

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