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I like games like Dawn of Discovery. I enjoy finding islands, building on them, and sending food back to the kingdom. We are one of the sons of the king. Our duty is to find fertile lands, grow food, and more. What else is there besides food? Clothing for the citizens of the kingdom. We can also trade in Dawn of Discovery. Which comes in handy when we find resources like minerals.

I am very thankful Family Friendly Gaming purchased a copy of Dawn of Discovery on the Nintendo DS. It only cost $3.95 used. That gave us the cartridge, case, and manual. An awesome deal for a game that can easily take weeks to beat. Dawn of Discovery is a fantastic civilization building simulation on the Nintendo DS. That is what makes me marvel even more. This game is on the dual screened hand held.

The story in Dawn of Discovery is very kind to the player. It slowly adds new buildings, items, and skills. That way players can learn what to do in Dawn of Discovery. Before you know it you will be capable of building a wonderful island civilization. I learned a lot while playing Dawn of Discovery on the Nintendo DS. I learned to help others, think of my citizens, and provide churches for the people. I really like the churches in Dawn of Discovery.

There is some bad language and violence in Dawn of Discovery. Players can go and attack other islands if they choose to. I tried to avoid that whenever I could personally. I prefer to be at peace whenever possible. Some people only understand a strong fist in response to their evil deeds and evil acts.

Continuous Play in Dawn of Discovery is like a sand box mode. We can create our own world and rules governing it. This mode adds to the replay value of Dawn of Discovery on the Nintendo DS. I appreciate Keen Games putting in that mode in the hand held version of Dawn of Discovery.

I don’t know why the PR and Marketing for Ubisoft failed us with Dawn of Discovery. I really enjoyed playing Dawn of Discovery. I am happy to do a review for this hand held simulation video game. I hope to see sequels to Dawn of Discovery in the near future.
- Paul


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 100%
Gameplay: 100%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: Nintendo DS
Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Keen Games
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY {Alcohol Reference, Mild Language, Mild Violence}

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