DaGeDar

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Postby FamilyFriendlyGaming » Sat Nov 26, 2011 7:14 pm

Only purchase this DS game if you are capable of handing an extremely challenging racing game.

And if you don't mind losing - a lot.

But otherwise it is a very solid title.

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Re: DaGeDar

Postby ccgr » Sat Nov 26, 2011 7:20 pm

how does the spirit stuff play out? (Not familiar with the toys)

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Re: DaGeDar

Postby FamilyFriendlyGaming » Thu Dec 01, 2011 8:10 pm

They have some strange designs like a skull, snake with a mouth open. Stuff like that. I did not see any spiritual content in the levels, and don't know of any with the balls - our youngest has a loop track and a few balls he plays with. Not sure if there is a cartoon for it or not.

The game is purely racing - on strange tracks that go odd directions.

Here is a video:
http://www.familyfriendlygaming.com/Vid ... GeDar.html

The manual mentioned attacks but the racing is so quick I saw no reason to even mess with that.


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