If you are solely looking for a puzzle title makes good use of the DS's Touch Screen, then this might not be for you, but the lack of original Touch Screen ideas aside, this is a top notch puzzler.
Even if you've played a previous game in the series to death, this DS version is an absolute blast to play.
A non-game in pretty good game shocker! You can't compare Brain Training to the GTAs and the Tomb Raiders of the world, but as a fun way to spend a few minutes every day, it's worth considering.
It won't last forever, and it has its faults, but if you've ever got addicted to Minesweeper you'll likely enjoy this curious puzzle game.
Maths Training won't make you smarter, but it will make you quicker at solving simple sums.
Neves is certainly a puzzle game worth getting. If you don't rush through it does offer hours of entertainment and is great for picking up when you've only got a few minutes to spare.
With plenty of puzzles, numerous game modes and two-player support (on PSP) PipeMania is a fun, tough puzzler that is different enough to other puzzlers on the market to warrant a purchase.
Line Rider: Freestyle feels a little light as a retail release, even though it’s £20, but there's a decent challenge here and plenty to do once you've worked through the main game mode.
For all its problems, Scribblenauts is still an incredibly fresh experience - a genuinely unique slice of creativity that shows, once again, what a brilliant little machine the DS really is.
This will please the Professor's long-term supporters, but it's clear that the next instalment needs to bring in a fresh idea or two. Simply being Laytonesque won't cut it anymore.
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