Originally Posted by porotonis
Would like to hear it too before i try this.
Decided to get this if only to offer an opinion:
I've bought a fair few of these types of games in the past, having owned a ds I got used to their flavour as it were. So far it feels very familiar yet somewhat a little less special. If you're used to the ds games, you'll feel a bit alienated by the lack of communication. The ds games almost "spoke" to you and gave a feeling of interaction. This does not, you simply play the games and unlock new ones and get a tick or score...
... Might not sound like much, and to be fair it isn't, but it's a noticeable difference to me. I think there are 16 games in total, and the ones I've tried feel fresh enough and suitably engaging to maintain interest to try again (which is the point)
There's really nothing remarkable here, nothing much to complain about or praise, it just does what it sets out to do. If you're after fun gaming, go get Modern Combat 2 : Black Pegasus, online there's little to surpass it on an idevice. If you're after casual brain stimulation and still haven't got a brain training game, this seems like a great choice. It's nowhere as varied as the gameloft games, but it's still functional, simple and easy... Well suited to casual gamers and thoughtful types. I've yet to play all the games, but i think it's safe to say the quality on offer is high.
Nice to see a global score upload option... That'll keep the more competitive players coming back.