Top DS Puzzle Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top puzzle games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
Sadly, even at its budget £19.99 price, this paltry effort is just a waste of money and doesn't deserve to be mentioned in the same sentence as Professor Kawashima's modern classic.
Kids won't be able to put up with the loose controls, and adults who have the patience to persevere will probably have better things to do. Sadly, Monkey Ball: Touch & Roll is a big missed opportunity
Maybe I'm missing something. Maybe if I put enough hours into this game it eventually would 'energize my mind' as the blurb on the back of the box promises, but frankly, life's too short to find out.
You can do a lot better than refining your grey matter with the distinctly average MindStorm.
Its undeniably attractive presentation may make it look like the next must-have, cultish handheld release, but sadly Nervous Brickdown is all style and no charm.
actionloop is a fun puzzler, but it's not quite good enough to earn a place alongside the likes of Zoo Keeper and Meteos.
Will it improve your brain? Who knows, but it's certainly better than sitting in front of the TV all the time.
To paraphrase Paul Daniels (the wizard king of the 1980s and Middlesbrough's answer to David Blaine) you may like this, just not a lot.
Rooms is certainly an interesting addition to the genre, and while the DS already plays host to a wide range fantastic puzzle titles, it offers something different enough to warrant a look.
While this latest Kingdom Hearts has its fair share of problems, long-term fans shouldn't find it too hard to forgive and forget.