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  • Summary: Meteos: Disney Magic combines the superb puzzle gameplay of the original version with beloved Disney brands. Featuring an original story within the classic Disney universe, players are asked to help Jiminy Cricket and Tinker Bell in their quest to re-organize the famous Disney storybook vault after someone accidentally changed the stories. By piecing together three or more Disney-themed blocks with the DS stylus and launching them from the touch screen, players are challenged to create puzzle patterns while interacting with some of their favorite Disney characters, including those from Pirates of the Caribbean, Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas, Cinderella, Lilo & Stitch, The Lion King and more. [Buena Vista Games] Expand
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  1. Positive: 22 out of 36
  2. Negative: 0 out of 36
  1. 89
    If you’re a puzzle gaming fan, you’ll probably enjoy the strategy, and if you’re younger, you might enjoy progressing further in order to view more Disney-themed levels. The only thing I feel the game truly lacks is Wi-Fi play.
  2. Despite the lack of authentic Disney music and the lack of any sort of online play, Meteos: Disney Magic is a worthy pickup for anyone that is looking for a new puzzler, both Disney fan and non-fan alike.
  3. 80
    Meteos: Disney Magic does a really good job moving the design forward. Now let's bring back the alien worlds and take this sucker online.
  4. With wi-fi multiplayer to back-up the generally intense single-player modes, it’s still a good purchase for action puzzle fans. Or more specifically, the kids of those action puzzle fans.
  5. 74
    The primary stumbling block that I can see is that fans of Meteos will feel a little underwhelmed, while Disney fans might be left wanting more challenge too quickly for the game's good.
  6. 70
    The most glaring omission can be found in the musical department as the original tunes you know and love are nowhere to be found.
  7. Difficulty spikes are the last straw, leaving this as a good idea gone distinctly mediocre. [June 2007, p.70]

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