Looking for a specific game

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Feb 23, 2008

Looking for a specific game by Chotaz at 11:28 AM (1,451 Views / 0 Likes) 18 replies

  1. Chotaz
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    Ok, sometimes hen I go to bed and I wanna paly something before I sleeping, I noticed that all my games, require me spending more time then i want with them at that time, for saving issues for example(ie. Assassin's Creed, Mario & Luigi, Geometry Wars),
    what I was looking for, was a game that I could make quick plays with it (maybe a puzzle or platformer) without having to go through huge mission to save it :\


    Any suggestions?
     
  2. Jax

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    I like to play Ace Attorney in bed because you can save whenever you want by pressing start.
    If you like puzzles, try Tetris DS or Puzzle League!
     
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    42 all time classics... there you go!
    Plenty of choice here.
     
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    Also dr. layton.

    edit: erm, professor.
     
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    thanks for tips m8s, anyone anny suggest anything more, also, is PicrossDS any good?
     
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    If you like Picross, yes.
    There's hundreds of puzzles and many more downloadable from Wi-Fi.
     
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    I agree PicrossDS very good.
     
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    42 all time classics and Elite Beat Agents is what I play in bed.
     
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    How can you play EBA in bed!? That must be hard.

    I suggest Garfield's Nightmare. It's an awesome platformer, and even if you don't like Garfield, it doesn't matter since very little of it has to do with Garfield. The levels are reasonably short, though some of them are kinda long. Don't be frightened by the "Parent's Choice" sticker on the box. It's a great game. Beautiful visual. Perhaps the most advance 3D models on the DS so far. Fun game, but pretty short. It also doesn't use the touch screen at all unless you play the crummy mini-games in the main menu. the Final boss is tricky until you find out how to dodge the snowballs. Play this game. Do iiiit!
     
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    I lvoed all the games suggested here, they are so awsome, EBa, tried for the first time, rocks [​IMG]
     
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    tetris and mario kart
     
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    Trioncube is perfect; it's a puzzle game, easy to play while half asleep and the default stars-and-moon sound and tile set was just made for drifting off to sleep to [​IMG]

    Picross is quite good, just watch it when you get to the later levels that take about half an hour to do [​IMG] Solitaire Overload if you like that sort of thing, Monster Puzzle and Stafi for an easy platformer with frequent save points.
     
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    You know, you can just close your DS when you want to sleep, it doesn't drain that much battery in sleep mode.
     
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    I've become quite fond of Luxor: Pharaoh's Challenge.
     
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    But if it's R4, then you're battery will die so fast. But try Pocket Physics. So fun and addicting. Homebrew.
     
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    Same predicament, I usually play Phoenix Wright or Tetris.
     
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    Dungeon Explorer is a good candidate. you can save anywhere, anytime. and it gets pretty tiring real fast.
     
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    taiko no tatsujin!
     
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    Tetris DS [​IMG]
    and PW are the ones i'm playing in bed ATM, Pocket Physics is also awsome [​IMG]
     

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