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About the Product
- Mini-game based adventure where Kitty meets up with her old Sanrio pals like Badtz-Maru, Pochacco and My Melody and even make some new friends
- Choose between two distinct modes - exploration and mini-game
- Exploration mode - Kitty moves around her apartment, explores the Big City and interacts with inhabitants and items she comes across
- Mini-game mode - Kitty will play through a variety of mini-games and earn friendship points that will allow her to purchase costumes, ride the bus or train, and of course customize her apartment
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At the beginning, there are three parts of the city you can access via a train (and later, a bus). There are some buildings/places you can't go into until you achieve certain things, so there are goals set for the player, which helps maintain interest. You can talk to various characters; some will ask you to help them with something, and you earn points. Others just want to play with you (and you earn no points).
I've only played the game for a few hours, and I've played a few of the minigames at least once. The games can be VERY frustrating. Most, if not all of them, require exactitude. For the Tuxedo Sam game (something that mimics the Diner Dash game), in which you help serve customers, you have to stand right in front of a dish or at a certain spot next to a customer in order for the game to register the touch of the stylus. I got really frustrated because I was practically stabbing the screen and customers were leaving the restaurant! The My Melody game was also aggravating for me. For that game, you need to retrieve items for My Melody from around her store.Read more ›
I spent about 2 hours last night playing it.
The object of playing the game is to get FP (Friendship Points), just think of it as the currency in this game. To get FP you have to talk to all the sanrio characters just hanging around, and they will have various tasks and games for you to do and when you do them right or at all you will get some FP for it.
*note* Most of the games are pretty fun and very cute BUT some of them are hard to play because you have to touch the screen and sometimes it doesn't register correctly - like there is a waiter game you can play and I found it very hard to get orders because I had to move Hello Kitty right next to the costumer a certian way so I can tap on him, that was a bit annoying.
You use FP to buy new cloths and room themes and also to buy your way up to being in a small apartment to the penthouse one.
It's a very simple game, you can probably beat the game (meaning getting enough FP to buy everything and be in the penthouse) in a few hours (especially if you get really good at the high FP payout games).
I still enjoy it a lot and it was totally worth the money I paid for it. If the touch screen thing wasn't so annoying I would give it a prefect score. ^_^
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for a Christmas gift donation for a little girl so I never played this game, but it came quickly and I had no issues.Published 2 months ago by Mrs. Margadonna's Tidbits
I bought this as a x-mas present for two little girls that are fans of hello kitty. They like it.Published 17 months ago by SEROQUIQUI
This is a good game for 8 and up on the Nintendo DS system. This is surely a favorite game!Published on June 3, 2014 by Mishenko
Gift for 7 yr old grand daughter who doesn't want to put it down. Good clean fun for a child.Published on March 8, 2014 by ABUJR