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50 Classic Games DS

Platform : Nintendo DS
Rated: Everyone
77 customer reviews

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  • Endless hours of puzzle, card and board game fun with classic including Mahjongg, Blackjack, Chess, Sudoku, Texas Hold Em Poker, Klondike Solitaire, Free Cell, Chinese Checkers and many more.
  • Challenging computer opponents to match your age or skill level. Step-by-step instructions included for those who need to brush up on the rules!
  • Compete against family and friends.
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Whether you want to play a quick, challenging game or a white-knuckle adventure, hours of fun and entertainment await you. There's something for everyone in this collection of classic games including Chess, Mahjongg, Sudoku, Backgammon, Texas Hold Em Poker, Solitaire and more.

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  • ASIN: B002DOC93C
  • Item Weight: 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: July 31, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,061 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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157 of 159 people found the following review helpful By go vegan on August 17, 2009
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A few years ago I bought a game for my PSP titled Ultimate Board Game Collection. That should have been a terrific game, but the controls were so bad that the games were unplayable. But 50 Classic Games for the DS (different company than Ultimate Board Games) has done an excellent job!

Some of the games that are included on the cartridge are: Connect Four, Backgammon, Checkers, Chess, Chinese Checkers, Gomoku, Reversi, Mahjongg, Black Jack, Freecell, Hearts, Klondike, Texas Hold'em, Minesweeper, Simon, Jigsaws, Kakuro, Sudoku, Match 3, Find the Differences, Mastermind, and plenty more. I've spent this much on just a Sudoku cartridge, and here I'm getting so much more. In the Sudoku game, you're even able to put in pencil marks, which are essential for me.

You won't be disappointed if you buy this game!
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95 of 110 people found the following review helpful By jneen277 on August 19, 2009
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I did not enjoy this game at all. I generally enjoy board games, card games and puzzle games (some of my favorite DS games being Touchmaster 1 & 2, Clubhouse Games, Cradle of Rome and Word Jong to just name a few) but was completely disappointed with the game play of this game.

I thought the game was horrible. One of my biggest problems with the game was that your progress was not saved. Why waste the time going through each game, beating your previous score, and racking up the black jack "chips" if they weren't going to carry over after the game was saved. It was a complete waste of time to play. In my opinion, if you are looking for a decent "multi-game"game to play, I would try Touchmaster 1 or 2 or Clubhouse Games.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Hollyberry on October 9, 2009
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As a caregiver, I spend a lot of my time in doctors offices, hospital waiting rooms, and hospitals in general. 50 Classic Games makes the "wait time" go so much faster. 50 Classic Games is a "wait time buster" and a "cup of tea" relaxer. Thank you Nintendo.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Stevens on February 20, 2010
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Many different games to play. It has board games, card games and puzzles.

I specially enjoy playing "Match 3". It is very similar to the game "Bejeweled". I like the sound of musical crystal breaking when you get a chain of matches. Some of the jewels are locked, unable to move. This makes it a little more challenging since you have to free them by surrounding them with two jewels of the same color.

It offers 5 different "Mahjong" games: "10 Seconds", "Countdown", "Match", "Point Race" and "Standard".

The game "Reversi" (Othello) has 3 difficulty levels: Easy, Normal and Hard.

"Superbrain" is a version of the game "Mastermind" where you have to guess in 10 turns a color combination of 6 differentcolor balls placed in a line of 4 spots.

"Peg Solitaire" looks like an impossible puzzle to solve. I have never won it.

It brings several card games: "Freecell", "Hearts", "Omaha Hold'Em Poker", "Texas Hold'Em Poker", "Black Jack" and the typical solitaire, "Klondike Deal 1" and "Klondike Deal 3".

The "Chess" game comes in difficulties of Easy, Normal and Hard. THEY ALL ARE HARD FOR ME. The computerized opponent beats me fast on the Easy level. That doesn't happen to me with the Chess game that comes with the other collection of DS games, "Club House Games"--I have been able to beat the system with this other game. Same with the PC game "Fritz Chess 2", it has allowed me to win in the beginner's level.

"Chinese Checkers" also comes with Easy, Normal and Hard levels of difficulty. THEY ALL ARE EASY FOR ME.

It brings 100 "Sudokus" that allow you to easily pencil in candidates. It also has another 100 of "Symboku" where you play with symbols instead of numbers.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By .oOo. on August 8, 2010
I agree with other posts, that it is *frustrating* to play these games for hours, & have your game scores just go to the wind when you shut your NDS system off. Why doesn't it save scores? What is the point of logging in with different avatars & user names, if it never saves it when you're done? What were they thinking................................?????

Also on the downside, I find the pervasive blue & white color schemes throughout most of the games vaguely oppressive. After playing a while, I really just wish I could look at something else. A choice of backgrounds would have been nice. But the real problem is, I logged back in, & I wondered where the heck were yesterday's scores................

On the upside, this game set does present a challenging AI that is hard to beat, if you'd like to work at becoming a more experienced player to take on more advanced players. Though I say this with some reservation, because the dealer seems to get an abnormally high number of Dealer Blackjacks (21s), than any other Blackjack game I play. And you can't split doubles. And there are no Wi-Fi internet matches.......

I only paid $10 for mine in 2010, & now, I know why.......... lol What a bummer.

I have a MUCH better time playing "Clubhouse Games", which saves & ranks your scores across multiple spectrums.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By James De Luca on February 21, 2010
It is nice for something to do with out going to crazy. My daughter likes the puzzles and checkers as well as the black jack. I will play sometimes before bed to unwind. The family loves the mahjong which was the main reason for the purchase.
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