Super Monkey Ball: Touch & Roll (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Sega Nintendo DS games
Description:Manufacturer: Sega / Genre: Puzzle / ESRB Rating: E - (Everyone) / PEGI Age Rating: Age 3+ / Max. Number Of Players: 4 / Control Elements: Gamepad / ESRB Descriptor: Mild Cartoon Violence
Newest Review: ... the others games and borrow any that I like the look of. I was told this was a great game by a 10 year old so I was not too ... more
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Customer Super Monkey Ball: Touch & Roll (DS) Reviews (5)
by - written on 22/11/08 (Very useful, 9 readings)
This game, has quite an appealing choice of graphics for children, it shows a few monkeys in bubbles. The game is not one big game, it's more lots of little games. To start you have two options the first one is party games: Racing: placing your stylus towards the top of the screen for speed and left and right to control along a mid air track. Bowling: you have to flick the stylus up the screen in a straight line to hit the pins, you can also add a spin to the ball aswel. Golf: you have a swing meter which you raise the sylus to and flick it back for power. There are another 3 party game to this, and 3 of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/09 (Useful, 24 readings)
Having several ds consoles in the family and extended family with owners ranging from 3 (an old original ds which is a bit battered and bruised was passed down after getting a ds lite for Christmas!) to late 30's I often have a look through the others games and borrow any that I like the look of. I was told this was a great game by a 10 year old so I was not too sure what to expect but I was not totally disappointed. I popped the game in and selected the single player, main game, challenge and selected the female monkey. I then clicked on the game that first appeared and straight away knocked the monkey in the ball off the track and continued to do that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/08, updated on 09/12/08 (Useful, 24 readings)
I have this game on the DS, and despite initial reservations (and the childish packaging) i actually really like it! The main game is quite challenging, trying to roll a little ball around a little course, with stages that get progressively difficult. There are all sorts of obsticles, along with floors that move and separate. Collecting bananas en route help you to gain extra lives (10 bananas = 1 life) But what i like best is actually the extra little mini games that add some variety to the game. there is a racing style game, mini golf which i think is great, boxing, air hockey and a sort of paintballing game which is good fun too. these mini games are also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/09 (Useful, 29 readings)
Super Monkey Ball: Touch & Roll is a game for the Nintendo DS that was released in February 2006. Using the DS touch stylus or the control pad you control your monkey ball (literally a monkey, in a ball) through around 50 aerial view levels, rolling yourself along platforms to reach your goal and trying to collect as many bananas as possible on the way. The game starts off really easily but the difficulty levels build until you can't help but fly off the platform edges. There are also several bonus stages in which you need to collect as many bananas as possible on a flat platform. The game also benefits from a multiplayer mode, that enables you to play six ... Read the complete review
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