Now players of all ages, especially students, have even more reason to carry their Nintendo DS everywhere with MyDoItAll. This party-like mini game collection has several practical and educational uses. The easy-to-use modes have great applications to other games while meeting several real-life needs of organization.
You can custom your own basic avatar (eyebrows, nose, skin color, hair style, etc.) as well as color and sounds. There is easy navigation and scrolling mechanics as you flip through choices like you would open a suitcase lock. The game modes apply well to other games (e.g. up to six dice with 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, or 20 sides for role playing/card games, etc.), but may be over simplified for older players.
The standard password and security questions keep your information secure if you decide to pass around or share information – a relief for parents of young players. Players can also reset the password entirely even if they don’t remember the information or answers to the questions.
Social information is covered in the address book (a.k.a friend card), which can be transferred wirelessly to other players. A privacy option prevents certain addresses from being sent. You can also send your schedule or play card games, a polling game, and clown chance game to other players. The calendar can keep you organized.
Need to write? Try the auto date journal and write up to 10 notes in the notepad mode using the keyboard interface, which is simple with the easy stylus controls. Free hand-drawing capabilities would have been a simple addition to this feature.
Mathematics gets special treatment in the expansive calculator. Currency, volume, formulas, conversions, constants, equations, temperature, weight, and length are all covered. It's a great reference tool for test taking too, but just make sure it's allowed before you utilize it.
Geography elements include an inclusive world map (Uzbekistan is on there) featuring detailed, encyclopedia-type information including time zones, so it’s useful for travel as well. The U.S.A. map also features individual state details.
The well organized periodic table covers science aspects like atomic numbers plus melting and boiling points. Just make sure you console isn’t anywhere near your experiment.