DS #3954: Roogoo Attack (USA)

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Jul 6, 2009

DS #3954: Roogoo Attack (USA) by Tempbot at 12:23 AM (6,015 Views / 0 Likes) 30 replies

  1. Tempbot
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  2. Exbaddude

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    Sliding Shapes into Plates With Holes? o.o
     
  3. hova1

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    oh what a surprise, i didn't knew that it was coming out so soon. I only heard good things about it.
    I'll be trying it out.
     
  4. Donato_Dobango

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    Supposedly, as you progress through the game, it takes an almost Professor Xavier-esque mind to get all the holes to where the shapes are falling.

    Knock another game off my Hype Machine! They are dropping like flies, but in a good "My Flashcart is full of great games to play" way.
     
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    Played on the 360, was ok. the split screen kinda kills it for me.. the graphics seem a bit rushed, there isn't much needed for the in-game graphics but what they used doesn't look polished... may keep it a bit longer and see how it goes... Wii unlockables... no Wii [​IMG]

     
     
  6. Uzumakijl

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    Oh, I remember me playing with something like this when i was 5 years old i might try this, If someone tells me how much this uses L and R i would appreciate it.

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    Warning: Spoilers inside!
     
  7. Necromanson

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    I enjoy the puzzle genre so I'll be giving this a go.

    If I remember I'll come back here and give my impression (I'll probably forget)

    EDIT: Yeah it seems all right. I played it for about fifteen minutes, I can see how it might get difficult later on.
     
  8. Goli

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    This seems like one of those games that make me feel stupid on the harder levels [​IMG].
     
  9. cupajoe

    Member cupajoe Have a cup of joe!

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    Sounds like an average night for me. Zing! What?

    Not going to play this.
     
  10. Gimmy

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    Seem cool, but does this game fun or at least posing a descent challenge?
     
  11. cosmiccow

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    It is challenging as it gets faster. I already anjoyed the Wii version a bit, so I'm going to check this out.
     
  12. Donato_Dobango

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    It's exclusively done using the L and R buttons.
     
  13. ibis_87

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    I'm kinda puzzled [​IMG] On one hand, it looks promising, on the other hand, I don't like puzzles too much.... Is the game all right for a person not really crazy about puzzles? Could I ask for a couple of opinions on that? [​IMG]
     
  14. BlueStar

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    If it's done well this looks like the kind of game I could get into.

    OT: You probably know this, but if your L and R buttons are becoming unresponsive then sealing your lips around them and blowing hard usually fixes them like magic. A friend of mine's L&R buttons got so bad neither of them worked at all and after doing this they acted just like new. Most common cause is dust and crap getting in the way of the contact, especially if your DS tends to live at the bottom of your school/work bag.
     
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    it seems like a decent puzzle game... the puzzles become harder esp when it gets faster so u have to slide the item thru all the plates
     
  16. Guild McCommunist

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    I've heard some decent things about the Wii version, I might give this a try. It seems so simple that it's incredibly deep.
     
  17. updowners

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    You can still use left and right on the d-pad so don`t worry. The d-pad seems to be a bit easier to use though.
     
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    This game is surprisngly addictive. I've been playing it all day.
     
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    The PC one was like that, it just sucks you in...like P1ngpong.
     
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    Can't believe Nitendo power gave this a 4/10. It's so addictive. I mean, addictive puzzling, furry animals, and guns that fires stars? What's not to love?
     

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