- Solve challenging puzzles in order to find and capture the 64 mysterious omega elebits
- players problem solving abilities increase the more they explore, capture and raise their Elebits
- Utilize each of the Elebits special powers
- Connect via WiFi and battle up to four friends
Elebits: The Adventures of Kai and Zero Description
Reviews By Christopher Bleggi : Date January 25, 2009
The best and worst thing I can say about this game is that it is far too short. It’s a very fun game in all aspects, from hunting for and capturing elebits to solving Zelda-esque puzzles in order to advance through the game. In particular, the boss fights are a lot of fun and really push you to figure out how to beat them. This is also one of the cutest games for the DS and I wanted to find all of the Omega Elebits simply to find out what they looked like. I’m also quite fond of the art style used for the character portraits and cut scenes and would really like to see more of the illustrator’s work. Stylus controls are good, though you can also use the buttons for movement and other things, which can help out a lot. The only bad thing is that I was able to collect almost everything in the game and beat the game in under 15 hours and, since the game is driven by finding solutions to puzzles, there isn’t a whole lot of replay value. Still, if you’re fond of Zelda-type games, this is a good one to play.
Reviews By Natasha : Date January 20, 2009
We just got Elebits for the DS. This game is SO much fun! It is kind of like an adventure game and a puzzle game all in one. You collect different “Omegas” that each have different abilities to help you get through various levels. There are so many complex puzzles to solve in the game. It is very challenging and makes you think. I love it (at 33 years old) and so does my nine year old son. I highly recommend this game.
Reviews By Kristen A. Criado : Date February 21, 2009
I am an avid gamer, and I happen to be an adult… you know, one of those “back in my day all we had was a button and a stick” kind of people. I recently purchased a Wii and the first game I bought was Elebits, and I loved it. So, when I saw this game was coming to the DS I was excited. It isn’t exactly the Wii Elebits and that’s ok. You play as Kai, the young boy from the Wii game, and you are traveling in a magical bus to distant lands to capture Elebits and save Omegas (larger Elebits).