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Meteos: Disney Magic
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Meteos: Disney Magic

Compatible with Nintendo DS™ (NDS™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
1w Expected stock arrival within 1 week.


Disney Interactive
Compatible With Nintendo DS™ (NDS™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
1w Expected stock arrival within 1 week
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Meteos: Disney Magic is a new version of the popular galactic action puzzle title Meteos featuring beloved Disney characters.

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Official Release Date  Feb 27, 2007
Genre  Puzzle
Version  US
  ESRB Everyone
Titles rated E (Everyone) have content that may be suitable for ages 6 and older. Titles in this category may contain minimal cartoon, fantasy or mild violence and/or infrequent use of mild language.
PAX-Code PAX0001425382
Catalog No.  NTR-P-ADZE
Item Code  0712725003210
Players  1-4

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Please note that opinions expressed in any review are those of our customers and do not necessarily match those of the team. (52) on 07, Nov. 2013 11:36 (HKT)
feel the disney magical power!
classic game with reasonable good price.
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TAS (112) on 01, Dec. 2010 16:37 (HKT)
Released in the early days of the DS, the original Meteos - developed by Kirby & Super Smash Bros. creator Masahiro Sakurai - was an inspired & utterly brilliant puzzle game. This licensed sequel flips the gameplay to a portrait display - requring the DS to be held in story book fashion a la Brain Training (Age), Hotel Dusk et al. - and loses not a skerrit of the magic.
This time round the sci-fi/intergalctic plot makes way for various Disney licenses like Lilo & Stitch & Pirates of the Caribbean, which in adding a little color and verve to proceedings actually makes a nice diversion from the first game. Disney License or not though, this remains a terrific and overlooked puzzler...Love it.
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PuNiao (365) on 30, Apr. 2007 13:01 (HKT)
Meteos: Disney Magic
Meteos, 2005\'s enigmatic inter-galactical versus puzzle game, has just been given the Disney treatment. For many cynics, this is analogous to having your pet project sent to the pound and getting neutered. Oh, the horror! Developer Q Entertainment must be quietly weeping inside. The easy presumption could not be further from the truth, for the only tears Q Entertainment is shedding are those of joy. Theirs is a rags to riches story, and Meteos, the videogame equivalent of Mia Thermopolis in Disney\'s The Princess Diaries. Where once there stood a frizzy-haired frump - the original Meteos - sophisticated enough to be noticed only by a handful of hardcore puzzle fans, there now stands a radiant princess, essentially the same game but manicured, mannered, and destined for commercial success.

Contrary to popular belief, no amount of creative juices has been stifled. In fact, the formula has been refined and recalibrated for enhanced playability, beginning withthe way you hold your DS - sideways - and extending to how the Disney properties are applied. Brief scenes from movies such as Toy Story and Lilo And Stitch have been etched in to provide context for various stage goals. Fundamentally, this endeavour does not affect gameplay. But stringing together blocks of the same color gets that much more exciting when Captain Jack Sparrow\'s (Pirates of the Caribbean) life is on the line. Fans of the first game will be disappointed to know that online play, a big factor in reigning puzzle games Tetris DS\' longevity, is once again out of the picture. As to whether the exclusion of online was a conscious design decision to prevent kids - the primary demographic - from falling prey to child predators, we can only speculate. The only concrete conclusion we can make here is that, for a licensed game, Disney Magic is surprisingly solid.
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yucca (101) on 13, Mar. 2007 00:34 (HKT)
Thank you
Good game. Good and fast delivery.
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