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Touchmaster

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  • Touchscreen Control: All of the 23 highly addictive games make exclusive use of the touchscreen and the stylus which is a natural fit for the Nintendo DS.
  • Adhoc/Wi-Fi Wireless: Play solo or with friends via single card wireless play or utilize the Nintendo Wi-Fi connection to challenge friends worldwide via the Internet.
  • Leaderboards & Tournaments: Use the Nintendo DS Wi-Fi capability to connect to the Midway Tournament Server via the Internet for daily rankings, high scores, tournaments and more.

Features include:

•Touchscreen Control: All of the 23 highly addictive games make exclusive use of the touchscreen and the stylus which is a natural fit for the Nintendo DS.
•Adhoc/Wi-Fi Wireless: Play solo or with friends via single card wireless play or utilize the Nintendo Wi-Fi connection to challenge friends worldwide via the Internet.
•Leaderboards & Tournaments: Use the Nintendo DS Wi-Fi capability to connect to the Midway Tournament Server via the Internet for daily rankings, high scores, tournaments and more.

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  1. 225 of 232 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Solid collection of mini-games, July 3, 2007
    By 
    N. Durham “Big Evil” (Philadelphia, PA) –
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    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Touchmaster (Video Game)

    Touchmaster for the DS does just what it’s title implies; it’s a collection of various mini-games that take advantage of the touch screen and stylus, and are incredibly simple to get a hang of. Touchmaster features 23 mini-games involving cards, trivia, and puzzlers to boot, including takes of Yahtzee, solitare, mahjong, and more. While the games are fun, simple to pick up and play, and all take advantage of the DS’ unique capabilities, there ultimately isn’t enough here to hold your long term interests. Nintendo’s own Clubhouse Games is a much better investment than Touchmaster, and features a wider variety of games to pick and are more fun as well. That aside, there’s nothing really bad about Touchmaster at all. The game offers Wi-Fi support as well for posting high scores, which is a nice small bonus hampered by a sloppy interface. All in all, Touchmaster is a fine, quick collection of mini-games that take advantage of the DS’ capabilities, and is a fine pick up if that’s what you want, but if you desire something like this only put together a little better, check out Clubhouse Games instead.

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  2. 38 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    All I need is a cold one, January 6, 2008
    By 
    Christopher M. Fulton “Purveyor of Truth” (Streator, IL United States) –

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Touchmaster (Video Game)

    This was always a good way to kill time when hanging out at the local watering hole. When you run out of stuff to talk about with your buddies, each person pitches in a buck or two and then go to town on Touchmaster. Now I can play for free. Free is very good. These are all pretty addictive games that you can play for hours, and I know I have since I bought the game.
    As far as the Trivia game acting up as some of the others have stated, I don’t know. I haven’t played it a bunch of times yet. I’ve always been more of a Mahki fan. However, if it does act up for me I will put an update on here to let people know it’s still happening.
    All in all, if you enjoyed this game in your local establishment of choice, you’ll need to pick this up.

    ***UPDATE*** As of 2/15/08, the Trivia game has locked up on me all of 1 time. Not sure if it has anything to do with it, but it was a 26,000 point question. So far though, it was the only time it locked up.

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