DS Daily: Casual favorites
Which casual games have you encountered and found to be not terrible? Any that you've actually ... gulp ... quite enjoyed? Because if so, it's time to 'fess up! It'll make you feel a bit less dirty.
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1-13-2008 @ 11:24AM
John B. said...
Picross! I've put an unhealthy amount of time into that game.
1-13-2008 @ 1:36PM
Picross for me as well!
1-14-2008 @ 9:32AM
I LOVE picross!
It's a fun, challenging game.
The download feature is also nice :)
1-13-2008 @ 11:38AM
I like My Word Coach. I like games that have writing recognition like this game. You can just pick it up whenever during the day, and play some type of vocabulary game. If you play enough during the day, it will boost your overall score.
1-13-2008 @ 11:59AM
I Like "My Spanish Coach" , in the small amount of time i've spent playing it i have picked up a surprisingly large amount of words , its fun too and the games are designed so that it sticks in yer head . Adios .
1-13-2008 @ 12:23PM
Very Metal said...
NY Times Crossword; I may improve my proficiency by picking up a copy of My Word Coach, though...
1-13-2008 @ 3:38PM
Ras Esther said...
Picross! I loved the pokemon pack!
1-13-2008 @ 4:16PM
My Word Coach
Big Brain Academy
Is Cooking Mama considered one too? if so,then I will have to add that to my list
1-13-2008 @ 6:04PM
Most defintely Puzzle Quest. I hated it at first, but then it grew on me and I was completely addicted.
1-13-2008 @ 6:24PM
Picross for sure.
1-13-2008 @ 9:10PM
picross, had to get perfects on all the puzzles. and then the japanese illust color logic, more of the same, had to beat every puzzle, working on getting all the stars now (though it seems to make absolutely no difference to the game whether you get them all or not). just started on slitherlink. harder than picross, but fun and challenging.
1-13-2008 @ 9:21PM
Fullmetal Salchemist said...
Phantom Hourglass was a casual title, and I enjoyed that.
1-13-2008 @ 9:22PM
Picross is excellent. I also like Zoo Keeper, though its programming does not put the DS to sleep when I close it.
1-14-2008 @ 1:36AM
Zookeeper wa sugoi!!!
My DS Lite case can hold three games (and the DS Lite holds one game, so I always have fours games when I travel), and Zookeepers is ALWAYS one of the four games.
In the European version of Zookeeper, sleep mode works correctly.
I wish I could find new copies of Zookeeper, so I could give them away as gifts. No one seems to have new copies of Zookeeper anymore. :(
I wish there was someone like Playasia for Europe, so I could import Zookeeper (European version) for people here.
1-14-2008 @ 1:48AM
BTW, I own the European version of Zoo Keeper. :)
1-15-2008 @ 4:22PM
Brain Age, especially the Sudoku games...even though I've just about finished them all for the second time. Gotta buy GOOD stand-alone Sudoku cart. Big Brain Academy is fun too. This past weekend, while nursing a horrible cold, I spent some time with Clubhouse Games, a holiday gift, and I found I really liked some of the games so I'll add that one to my list. I want to get My Word Coach. I wish they made, and if they do I just haven't found it, My German Coach so I could keep up with my Deutsch!