Arthur and the Invisibles (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Nintendo Nintendo DS games
Newest Review: ... the bad guys). You have to play a set of mini games, to move onto the next level and so forth. The mini games are varied, ... more
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by - written on 16/08/09 (Useful, 6 readings)
I got this game purely because I had really enjoyed the film Arthur and the Invisibles. And it was a good investment. The characters in this game are from the film, like Arthur, Princess Selinia and her brother (as well as the bad guys). You have to play a set of mini games, to move onto the next level and so forth. The mini games are varied, and I found that some were very easy for me, whereas others really stumped me. You have to complete a certain number of them in a row (you have 3 lives), and then move onto the next level. I wouldn't say this is a difficult game, but it is slightly frustrating when you've done 29 games in row and lose 3 lives trying to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/09 (Useful, 16 readings)
Arthur and the Invisibles DS is a game for nintendo ds based loosely on the movie. Arthur and the Invisibles DS consists mainly of minigames and is similar to wario ware in its design as each character has a different set of minigames. Between each level brief parts of the story are shown. The minigames vary greatly in difficulty. Some are really easy whereas others are inexplicably difficult and almost impossible to complete. You need to play the harder ones a few times and memorise what to do to succeed in them. There are three modes, single player challenge mode, multiplayer mode and virtual pet caring, you are able to look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/09 (Very useful, 3 readings)
This review is for the Nintendo DS game, Arthur and the Invisibles, developed by Neko Entertainment and published by Atari. This is an action game which is fast paced and primarily involves working through over ninety mini games to progress through the game. The game is a licence of the feature film of the same name, but doesn't really relate very heavily to that film. You can choose between three different gameplay modes, challenge mode, virtual pet simulator or multiplayer mode. The challenge mode involves working through all of the mini games, and the multi-player mode is just that, an opportunity to share the games with others. The virtual pet ... Read the complete review
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