- Use the Nintendo DS stylus to control the game-moving blocks between the screens, creating links of matching blocks, and cracking the DNA code of the Q-Virus
- Visit over 30 planets-each with different Q-Virus strands to decode
- Players can create their own Q-Virus strands and share them with their friends using the Nintendo DS’s WiFi capability
- Game progress is tracked, including your “Personal Best” numbers-so try to decode a Q-Virus in fewer moves than last time!
List Price: $14.99
Double Sequence: The Q-Virus Invasion Description
Game progress is tracked, including your “Personal Best” numbers-so try to decode a Q-Virus in fewer moves than last time!..
Reviews By Zandaxar : Date December 13, 2009
Overview: Colored, blank and immovable blocks in various patterns are displayed across both screens. Your goal is to group a specified minimum number of a single color together in order to detonate them off the playing field. Once all colors of blocks are gone, you have solved the level. For most of the puzzles, there usually are many possible solution paths you could take. The challenge of the game is to find an efficient solution path, for which the game will award you medals.
The blocks on the two screens are connected in the way that if you scroll either left or right a certain number of columns on the bottom screen, those columns of blocks will appear on the top screen scrolled the same number of columns but in the opposite direction. In this way, the whole playing field is always visible. You move blocks within their initial pattern by transferring them between the two screens. You do this by pressing down on a block and then, as long as that block’s counterpart on the top screen isn’t an immovable block, that one plus every block above it on the bottom screen will switch places with those in the inverse position on the top screen.
* Solving these puzzles well enough to medal, will challenge your spatial reasoning skills.
* Time and number of attempts are recorded for each puzzle.