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  • Summary: (Also known as "Eledees 2") Enter into an extraordinary game of hide and seek in this exciting sequel to Elebits! Kai and Zero have been swept off to a magical land and must finish the challenges ahead, to get back home. Seek out the mischievous little Omega Elebits that hold supernatural powers and give you the ability to complete puzzle quests. The more you play the stronger you become as you capture Omega Elebits providing you with incredible magic abilities to solve tasks. Find, capture and befriend the Elebits, raise them and embark on a magical journey using their combined powers to battle through amazing adventures and find a way back home! [Konami] Expand
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  1. Collecting Elebits in a 2D setting becomes tedious after just a short time; however, the game excels where it emulates two of its adventure brethren, Zelda and Pokémon.
  2. Konami imitates the Pokémon's style in a not revolutionary game whose best point is the large amount of puzzles ready to be solve. It has no violence, it hasn't a mature story, but it's probably one of the best adventures for the Nintendo DS.
  3. 80
    This is a fantastic invention of the Elebits series on the DS. Everything on a mechanical level is really well done.
  4. Despite not being a technical wonder nor a very original game between the multiple titles of its sort on Nintendo DS, Eledees is a fun game, entertaining and with an interesting story which above all stands out for its good use of the tactile interface.
  5. Initial excitement that this may be the next big thing soon subsides, but the adventure that remains is solid, entertaining stuff. [Apr 2009, p.64]
  6. The Adventures of Kai and Zero lacks the innovation of the original Elebits, but the obstacle-laden gameplay is engaging throughout and there are some fun boss battles for players to look forward to as well. It’s not the brightest adventure on the DS, but it does have enough juice to provide some kid-friendly enjoyment.
  7. 60
    Elebits: The Adventures of Kai and Zero is a fun DS game worth experiencing. Sure, it has a few problems, but the enjoyable gameplay will keep you busy for hours.

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