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Mixed or average reviews - based on 13 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 13
  2. Negative: 1 out of 13
  1. There's a lot of value, with 100 puzzles and three skill levels, but the game isn't very fun to play.
  2. Considering the 20 dollar price tag, Roogoo Attack is not a bad little puzzle game for gamers on the go.
  3. Ignore the pointless story and this is a compelling and addictive puzzler that'll really test your reactions. [Sept 2009, p.82]
  4. Roogoo Attack is harmless enough, but unlike the best puzzlers, it won't get under your skin.
  5. 80
    Roogoo Attack! is a great little puzzle game. It has a stupid story, but with a ton of levels -- several more which can be unlocked by linking the DS version with the Wii version once -- and some great single-cart multiplayer play, it's a fantastic choice for any DS owner who's up for one heckuva challenge.
  6. Even those smile-inducing, polished-to-a-shine graphics and enjoyable multiplayer modes do little to alleviate the ennui Roogoo Attack! inevitably conjures.
  7. 65
    Overall, Roogoo is a nice game to play on the DS.
  8. Worth a look for puzzle fans. [Oct 2009, p.69]
  9. It doesn't stay interesting for very long. [July 2009, p.88]
  10. Overall, Roogoo Attack! is a pretty solid offering.
  11. The storyline is adorable and fun, and the game does a great job of breaking up the monotony with different ideas. It might be a bit simplistic, but it's still a solid game with a lot to do.
  12. Will Roogoo Attack! set the world on fire with its stellar visuals? Let's remember that this is a DS game. Will it revolutionize the puzzle genre? No, but it's got a few fun bits that others could easily implement into their titles. Is it a solid, fun little game for $20 that will keep you coming back? Yes, and never forget: That's the most important quality of all.
  13. Roogoo Attack! fixes a number of problems from the Wii version, but the core game just is not compelling enough to really warrant a purchase. The puzzle genre is well represented on the Nintendo DS, and a title this basic simply belongs on the DSi shop, and not taking up space at retail in in your DS game slot.

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