I Love Horses
Bold Games has become a publisher that Family Friendly Gaming takes note of. I Love Horses is a Nintendo DS game that came across my desk. This game has twenty mini games that are based on horses. Some of them are memory based, whereas others are training and/or grooming. The female side of the family will find a lot to like in I Love Horses for the DS. My grand daughter found some things she liked in this hand held video game. She is not the only one because I found a lot to like in I Love Horses as well.
The main screen in I Love Horses is an overhead view where the player rides their horse to the different parts of the farm. Various places of the farm contain different mini games. The graphics in this part of the game are not that great. The graphics in various mini games range from decent to pretty small. The horse racing mini game was a bit of a disappointment to me. I did enjoy the screen where the player earns extra content. I found absolutely no offensive images in I Love Horses at all.
The music in I Love Horses fits the themes of horses quite naturally. The special effect sounds also fit quite well. In fact I enjoyed making selections on the different menu screens. I appreciated the parts in this Nintendo DS game that teach good grooming of the horses. The audio section of this game is as clean as the video section is, and that is something I love to report on in a review.
There are plenty of mini game compilations on the Nintendo DS, so some may wonder what they need another one for. As far as mini game compilations go there are some better ones on the market, however I Love Horses has a nice collection. The theme of the horses also wins a lot of points with me. These mini games are entertaining enough to keep most female gamers interested for a few weeks (editor: at the very least). The one drawback to this DS game is there are no multiplayer modes.
I Love Horses has a lot of different controls with the touch screen being the main focus. The horse racing mini game will tire out the fingers of the player. A few of the mini games are more difficult than the others. I found a lot of fun in I Love Horses, and so did my granddaughter.
I Love Horses is pure plain clean
fun that has a nice theme. This DS game never goes over the top with the
proper placement of horses and humans. I would love to see a sequel to
this Nintendo DS video game especially if there is an upgrade to the
graphics. This game improves the image of the video game industry.
Family Friendly Factor: 90%
System: Nintendo DS
Publisher: Bold Games
Rating: 'E' for Everyone
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