Games like Godfinger?

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Feb 3, 2011

Games like Godfinger? by xJkYo at 5:16 PM (2,848 Views / 0 Likes) 14 replies

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    Yea, any games like godfinger for ds? Or just a game where there is no objective, you can fool around and such?
     
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    Just got my DSi today, played Super Scribblenauts, seems pretty fun, and you can do anything you like.
     
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    Wow that was fast :DDD

    Yea I got Super Scribblenauts too, great fun. Any other suggestions, guys?
     
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    You can also make awesome drawings in Art Academy.
    I mean, I suck so much at drawing, but I can make awesome paintings with shadings, backgrounds and whatnot.
    Its great for a 30 minute enjoyment.

    Also, there is WarioWare Touched, and D.I.Y, they are both very fun.
    And Rhythm Heaven, simple, but fun game.

    When you are sick of these standard games, give Nintendogs a try.
    Also awesome.

    And you can do a lot in Clubhouse, and there's also Meteos, and Animal Crossing.
     
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    Animal Crossing, GTA: china town wars, Nintendogs, Warioware: DIY

    Animal Crossing & Wario are fantastic sandboxes
     
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    If you have a flashcart that can run the latest games, Plants vs. Zombies might be an option. Once you've completed story mode and the minigames, you can play endless modes of various levels.
     
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    Thx for the suggestions guys! I'm thinking of trying out Animal Crossing, whats Animal Crossing actually?
     
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    It's a game where you move to a new city and... exist. The main goal is to pay off your house loan, but there's a lot more to do than that. Lots of animal neighbors to talk to (there's a ton of possible ones) that you can keep happy or sad, you can plant flowers in your city and fruit trees to make it happy so people move/stay there, or let weeds grow and chop down trees to make it ugly and neighbors move away...

    It's like some little life sim, but it's done really well. Check out some youtube videos or something?
     
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    Oh well. Guess I should try Animal Crossing [​IMG]
    Thx for suggesting and explaining to me!

    Are there any games like Ant Nation?
     
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    Anno games, Civilization Revolution
     
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    Viva Pinata: Pocket Paradise
     
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    Virtual Villagers is a bit similar. You control an island of people in real time. If you turn the DS off, they keep living [​IMG]
     
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    Omigod! Thx for the suggestions! I'm definitely gonna try out Virtual Villagers! Like the sound of it :DDDD
    I may try out the Anno games too. Sounds fun :DDDD
     
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    Try out Enchanted School of Wizardry, it's like Animal Crossing but with a magic school, and more things to do - and you don't have to buy the shovel, net and fishing rod. In my opinion it's better, though some ppl like AC more, try them both. [​IMG]

    And you could like Sims too or Cooking Mama.
     

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