Arthur and the Invisibles Nintendo DS Game Review
The animated Arthur and the Invisibles movie hit theaters at the end of 2006 and now you can play through the fantasy adventure with Arthur, Princess Selenia, Prince Betameche and the evil Malthazar! This Nintendo DS video game is loaded with 90 mini-games, plus pet mul-muls. Gary shrunk down to minimoy size to check out all the fun - excitement and here’s his game review!
Arthur and the Invisibles – Game BasicsJoining Arthur and friends in their adventure to stop the villain Malthazar involves playing a lot of mini-games! You get three tries to pass 10 games. If you do it, you battle a boss, unlock a bonus item for your mul-muls and unlock the next level. Every couple of levels, you get to see a bit of the adventure from the movie. You can also raise a pet mul-mul!
Arthur and the Invisibles – Fun and Excitement!Most of the mini-games are a hoot! They take about three seconds to play and have you doing goofy stuff like flying mosquitos, outrunning monsters, picking berries and more. You can unlock them and can play them whenever you want too. The mul-muls are also pretty cool. You can pet them with the touch screen, give them treats, have them fall in love with mul-muls from your friends’ games and then they can even have babies!
Arthur and the Invisibles – Nasty NewsWhat’s going to drive you nuts is that some mini-games are super-easy, but others are mega-hard and it’s totally random. You could be all “La-la-la this is easy!” then suddenly get your butt kicked. It’s frustrating! The pet mul-muls are disappointing too cuz they’re boring. Seriously. Go pin some wings on a cotton ball instead.
Arthur and the Invisibles – Adventure or Disaster?Even though it’s loaded with mini-games and lets you raise a pet, Arthur and the Invisibles falls flat. If the mini-games weren’t so screwy, and the mul-muls had more personality than cotton balls, it would have been way cooler. Instead it’s for hardcore fans of the movie only.
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