Some levels are an out-and-out race; some levels require great care and concentration; some levels require tasks to be performed; but all are against the clock, and the 'boss' levels are a mix of all three styles.
72 levels in total, plus multi-player.
A simple concept, beautifully executed.
Frustrating and rewarding in equal measure, and as addictive as hell.
Better, in my humble opinion, than Lumines.
Fired up on the other hand, not so good. Very repetitive and very short.
So far, though, I've found the balance to be pretty good. There's a lot of 'just one more go' appeal, and I usually find that I crack the frustrating ones just as I'm about to give up.
Which, in my view, makes for a well-balanced game.
The others are websites.
Besides, whether you trust mag reviews or not, when all the review scores are similar, there's obviously something worthwhlie about the game.
> Also, I am so confused now. I thought Monkey With Attitude had (whilst
> I was away) changed name to monkey man. Turns out they are two
> seperate people, so now, well, as I said, I'm confused.
I've always been myself, man.
All 5 games I've bought are multiplayer. Just s shame that no-one else I know has bought a PSP yet. :-(