Magnetica Image
Metascore
68

Mixed or average reviews - based on 33 Critics

User Score
7.8

Generally favorable reviews- based on 9 Ratings

Summary: (Also known as "Actionloop" and "Puzzleloop") Marbles are exclusively controlled by the stylus in this title that satisfies even the strongest puzzle addiction. Marbles are rolling relentlessly down a twisted track toward you. Stop them by launching launch new marbles with your stylus. When three or more like-colored marbles match up, they vanish. Tons of power-ups, multiple tracks and a great multiplayer mode make Magnetica a must for puzzle/action fans. Innovative use of stylus to flick marbles.Ultrarealistic magnetic physics: Launched marbles will curve toward like-colored balls. Three single-player modes: Challenge, Quest and Puzzle. Multiple paths and scads of power-ups and hazards will keep you on your toes. Consult the all-in-one dashboard on your top screen. Show off your Magnetica personalty by battling a friend head-to-head. Single-player items boost your score, slow down or stop time, or reverse the course of the marbles. Versus weaponry includes Ion Clouds (smoke screens you'll have to blow away via the DS mic), Recoils (which block marbles), Black Holes (which suck up launched marbles), Viruses (which deflect marbles) and Gravitons (which alter the path of launched marbles). A seemingly endless array of fresh twists will keep drawing you back to single-player Magnetica. Switches, tracks that pass over or below each other, and moving barriers that deflect marbles will keep you flicking marbles for hours. [Nintendo]
Rating: E
Developer: Mitchell
Genre(s): Puzzle
Number of Players:1-2 Players
Offline Modes:Competitive
Connectivity:Game Sharing, Wi-Fi
Cast Credit
Makoto Saito Graphic Design
Akihiro Akaishi Game Concept
Mikako Kumagai Main Graphic Design
Daisuke Mizuno Graphic Design
Roy Ozaki Producer
Satoru Tsujita Director
Shigeru Komiya Main Programming
Hirosato Funaki Subprogramming
Sachiko Shibuya Graphic Design
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