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  • Summary: [DSiWare] In a dark corner of prehistory, a tiny tribe of humans fights for the future of mankind. Struggling to survive, these ancestors of humanity desperately search for food and the means to defend their village. The human race teeters on the brink of extinction. Only inspired leadership can save them. Command more than 20 men to defend your village and simultaneously manage the constant search for food. Lead your warriors against hordes of dinosaurs in real-time battles. Control your tribe's actions to efficiently gather resources and boost their numbers. Gather knowledge to increase their power. Enlist the help of a powerful Shaman and direct his magic to heal your men and confound your enemies. Do all this using a new style of interface to intuitively group your men and issue orders with simple drags of your stylus. Under your leadership, the human race has a fighting chance. Expand
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  1. 70
    For now, this is a solid first installment -- surprisingly fun, with much cooler ancient warriors than the goofy old Prehistorik Man.
  2. T-Rex Rumble would be an automatic recommendation if not for the occasionally dumb-as-a-rock AI of your soldiers, the often glitchy controls and other small flaws.
  3. It's fiddly but well-presented and offers plenty of missions to play through. [Feb 2011, p.93]
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  1. Jun 10, 2011
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. This game is actually fun. The levels are challenging and the game looks great. However, in this game you look forward to fighting other tribes and it never happens, there is only one boss and you can't upgrade your men at all. If you look at the bar at the top that shows your shaman it shows seven circles. One has your healing spell and the other has your confuse spell. You expect that the others will fill up with other spells but they don't. Also you can only use your shaman and the last troops you can make (bambams) in the last level and you can only make four bambams. It would be easier if your more advanced units dropped the special items that it takes to make them when they die. This game leaves you wanting more. Expand