Monopoly / Boggle / Yahtzee / Battleship (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Atari Nintendo DS games
Description:Genre: Action / Rating: E - (Everyone) / Published by: Atari / Destination Soft brings four great board game classics to the Nintendo DS with this collection featuring MONOPOLY, BOGGLE, YAHTZEE, and BATTLESHIP. Now gamers can relive all the excitement of ... more
Monopoly / Boggle / Yahtzee / Battleship (DS) ... these four games by themselves or against others via wireless play. Each of the four games is recreated as closely to the original board game as possible. MONOPOLY features all the traditional properties, playing pieces, Community Chest, and Take a Chance cards that the original did. Players will still find themselves going directly to jail or landing on a Boardwalk space covered in houses. BOGGLE keeps all of the word-finding fun, losing only the need to shake the letters up. YAHTZEE and BATTLESHIP, likewise, keep as much as possible from the board game versions. The DS touch screen comes into play in a number of different ways, allowing players to role, move, and sink battleships with a touch of the screen.
Newest Review: ... get a prompt advising you of what rent you owe. You can pause the game and view your properties and houses/hotels at any ... more
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Customer Monopoly / Boggle / Yahtzee / Battleship (DS) Reviews (5)
by - written on 17/08/10, updated on 17/08/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Never was a DS game more aptly titled than Monopoly, Boggle, Yahtzee, Battleship. The cartridge contains four of Hasbro's most popular games, I'm sure you can guess which, in touch screen controlled, multiplayer enabled, portable convenience. While I normally shy away from video game versions of board games, being offered a way to play boggle on the train without the conductor tutting at me was very appealing and so I picked this up for about £15. This was many moons ago but I think you'll find it's still at this price. It's taking the normal strategy for DS games and bunkering down into the sand, holding on to a price well above reason because it knows some parent will . Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/11 (Very useful, 17 readings)
I bought this mainly for Battleship it was one of my favourite games as a child. The game cost me £15 in Tesco. The first game on the compilation is Monopoly. This game allows you to play with up to three other people through the wireless player mode, or you can play against the computer, this is the same for the other games on this compilation. Monopoly is much the same as the board game. The graphics are pretty average. To roll the dice you simply tap the dice on the screen. The board is 3D and you can see you piece moving around, there is a little animation too, if you are the iron you leave scorch marks on the board, the dog barks it's way ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
Genre: Board Games / Puzzles Published by: Atari Number of games: 4 in 1 I have spent my hours playing these four games on the DS and find each one very addictable. I tend to play against my wife who I must admit is very good at all of these games. GRAPHICS Fabulous graphics and is what you would expect from a DS game. The Battleships game is great for kids and even us adults. SOUND QUALITY The sound is set at a high standard and even though some soundtracks on the Yahtzee can be repetitive it really does give value for money. CONTROLS Using the controls is easy and there are no bugs or problem using ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/09, updated on 21/01/09 (Useful, 12 readings)
The Monopoly Boggle Yahtzee and Battleships game is definitely at the lower end of the price scale in terms of DS games. With this in mind, one would expect a game of a lesser quality with poor gameplay. This is not the case at all, and all of the games hold their own, with the exception of maybe monopoly which is a little too complicated to include in such a compilation in my opinion. What is great is that these are all games that require space/cause a mess, so having them on a handheld game is definitely a good thing, and if you have a friend with a DS you can play each other, which is especially great with games like battleships which are so much more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/09 (Somewhat useful, 20 readings)
I bought this game for 8.99 on ebay, and i wasnt very impresed, the two games yahtzee & monopoly you can only play with the computor or friends if they have the same game cartridge, however battleships & boggle you can share the game with just the one cartridge. i ask myself why they did this? all it does is frustrate and complicate things in my eyes, yes the graphics are quite good, and they are very addictive games, but also they are games made for shareing, unfortunutly somthing you cannot do! i wouldnt pay the full wack for this as it can be disapointing, also i found that boggle classes some very odd words as right, however normal words like snap dont exsit Read the complete review
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