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Irodzuki Tingle no Koi no Balloon Trip

Compatible with Nintendo DS™ (NDS™)
Version: Japan
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
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Irodzuki Tingle no Koi no Balloon Trip
Irodzuki Tingle no Koi no Balloon Trip
Irodzuki Tingle no Koi no Balloon Trip
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Item Description

This is The Wizard of Oz, with a thirty five year old bachelor on the lead. Enduring chronic boredom, the man is determined to change himself when he bought the Guide to Popularity. However, instead of offering tips on paper, the book offers simulation experiences that are all too real. Sapping the man into the book and changing him into a little green dwarf, the book forces him through a journey of trials and rejections.Worry not even when all women in that world are against you, you still have your team, the brainless scarecrow, the heartless robot lady and the cowardly lion. Although undependable, they are all you have. Together with your crew, walk along your yellow painted pathway towards popularity.
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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes: 8

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Nice Game
it's very cool game
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Kooloo limpah!
Really an amusing game, the only problem is that it's japanese only.
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Tingle game for ds
This is a great game and all Zelda completists need to have a copy. It has not been released in English. So nab one now while it is available
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Tingle + Point and Click = ...?
While this game is easily one of the best looking (And sounding) games on the DS, the game is extremely difficult to play without proper knowledge of Japanese (or any sort of handy online FAQ, for that matter). It's sort of like trying to watch a thrilling crime mystery without subtitles; You can appreciate the art direction and casting, but because the story and context is unknown to you, you can't actually begin to appreciate it for what it is.

However, even with these point considered, it's masterfully done for the genre. The touch screen interface is brilliantly done, making talking to, grabbing, and just generally walking towards a general object of desire pure bliss. The graphics also sort of help with the puzzles, being wonderfully animated and full of emotion. And as usual, Tingle's voice acting and general humour is worth bumbling through the game just to see. I just wish I could actually progress the story and see more of Tingle's manic adventure, but all I can do is wait for a complete online walkthrough.
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A Nintendo-made point-and-click adventure
Surprisingly, and unlike its predecessor, this game is more like a point-and-click adventure akin to classics such as Monkey Island... But with some Zelda flavour for good measure. A must-have for any collector of Zelda related stuff.
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