This week’s time waster is a little different as Billy took time to hang out with his family and check out an interesting board game on Thanksgiving.
Based on the bestselling children’s books by Brian Jaques, The Lost Legends of Redwall: The Scout tells the tale of either Liam or Sophia, two mice out to save their picturesque woodland home from invading rats. It’s a rate game that parents can play with thier kids.
Beyblade: Metal Masters attempts to capture the childhood top-fighting game of yesteryear with beautiful graphics, customization options and lots of spinning battles.
While the concept of the DaGeDar children’s game seems pretty cool, the execution is enough to make you lose your marbles.
Once Upon A Monster is an exclusive Xbox 360 Kinect title that will quickly become every child’s favorite game of the year.
The Super Mario All-Stars Limited Edition is packed with many extras, like a soundtrack, ringtones for your phone and a fine collection of Mario games. Its just plain super.
In our quest to review more casual games, we stumble across Play First’s Love and Death: Bitten, and get quite smitten with this vampire puzzle and hidden object title.
Following up on the How To Train Your Dragon movie, the game of the same name extends the experience for young people and the young at heart.
No, we aren’t talking about any teenage mutants. Save The Turtles is a fun game that lets you save endangered species on your Nintendo DSi.
Book Worm is the Nintendo DS version of a famous title by PopCap. On the DS platform, finding words is even more fun as you tap the stylus to learn new vocabulary.