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Old 06-27-2009, 04:11 AM   #1
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Does anyone know if I can get this game for my PC? I have no interest in console games, but Dr. Layton and the Curious Village is know for it's puzzles and it sounds like something I'd like.
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Old 06-27-2009, 04:34 AM   #2
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Nope sir. It's a Nintendo DS game only. Sorry to break it to you.

Now... I don't know the status of DS emulation. But you might want to try to get a Rom and an emulator of sorts if it exists. That's illegal though, if you don't Own the original cartridge. But then again, who is going to care?
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Nope sir. It's a Nintendo DS game only. Sorry to break it to you.

Now... I don't know the status of DS emulation. But you might want to try to get a Rom and an emulator of sorts if it exists. That's illegal though, if you don't Own the original cartridge. But then again, who is going to care?
Well, we don't police what people do in the privacy of their homes, but we don't like to have encouragement of it on the forums.

Sorry, Jo it's a DS game. Maybe if you ever get the chance to borrow one, you could give it a try. The touch screen is used, so there's no real learning curve at all.
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Besides, the DS is a GREAT little bugger! You'll get good fun for your buck! Lots of good games, quirky games, FUN games. Something other consoles have been forgetting, simple fun.
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Besides, the DS is a GREAT little bugger! You'll get good fun for your buck! Lots of good games, quirky games, FUN games. Something other consoles have been forgetting, simple fun.
Yes the DS is sweet with many good adventure games. Also you can play the older Lucasarts games on it but you have to look it up yourself.
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I myself donīt like the DS. All the games i played, including Professor Layton, were far from fun. I tought that the puzzles from Layton were just rehash of old puzzles (Like the one you have to cross the animals by the river).
That game, Room (forgot the number) was also a waste of time. Sounded fun on the start but eventually become a boring waste.
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