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About the product
- Detailed Instructions for Each Game
- Soothing Island Backgrounds and Sounds
- Unlimited Play Wide Variety of Games - From Solitaire to Bowling and More!
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In "Tropix," DS players escape to a private getaway of gaming fun with 11 entertaining games. Fans of puzzles, adventures, card games, word games and Sudoku will find an island of fun in Tropix. Players compete to win Sand Dollars, shop for décor for their tropical island homes, and travel to exotic locales for new gaming challenges. The DS version offers a wireless two-player gaming option allowing players to challenge their friends to one of their favorite games. In addition, the Stylus component of the DS enables "Tropix" players to become one with the character through optimized Stylus control, delivering a better game play experience all around.
Top customer reviews
disappointed, but this one was a pleasant surprise. You start off with
just a few of the eleven games available, and have to unlock the rest,
all the while earning enough to keep a cute monkey happy with food, toys
and creature comforts. The monkey is surprisingly engaging, and it is
amusing to watch him interact with what you have provided. The games are
simple, but a few of them are quite addictive. I especially enjoy the
word game, the bowling and the solitaire. There is also a fruit matching
game which gets quite frenetic, a somewhat lame version of Mahjong, a smooth playing version of Sudoku, a charming shell game, and four others
that feature stronger arcade elements (not my cup of tea, so I don't play
them as much). Overall, a nice varied title that is a good one to keep
handy for frequent short sessions of casual play.
I am a grandma...overy sixty... and I guess a kid at heart, as I love playing the Nintendo games. I have had the DS Lite for a few years, but have started having a little trouble seeing the screen so decided to purchase the larger one and am not sorry I did. On a more positive note reguarding the DS Lite...I can read the 100 Classic Books without a bit of trouble, and that pleasantly surprised me. I keep both the Lite and the new one with the larger screen close by at all times! I believe it's called the DS XL.
Well..it's time to settle down and do some Jungle Jumping. I love Tropix!!!!!! Hope you will too!
My only complaint would be there are only 5 or 6 games to play on it, lots and lots of levels with a great variety of skill level, but I thought it would have more games.
We managed to unlock more games, my mistake there weren't more games, I would still like a better variety of games but this is still a great game and I highly recommend it.
It is a cute selection of mini games that are easy enough to play. The monkey is fun and it is amusing to watch him/her play with the items you purchase. But animation is not enough to keep me engaged.
This is fun and easy to pass the time but I found myself getting bored and not really wanting to go back to playing.
For me, some other fun puzzle games are: Touchmaster, Clubhouse Games, and Puzzler World.