LOL released on DS via online store only

10 July 2008
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LOL for Nintendo DS brings the laughter to the party in spades

LOL for DS is now available for purchase, although it’s only available online via Agetec’s web-site.

LOL has a fun and simple concept, players must create and present challenges to each other; the more creative the challenge, the more fun everyone will have. There are no rules, and nothing to limit the players creativity. After the challenge has been issued and a time limit selected, the challenge is delivered and everyone answers in whatever way they find suitable. They battle it out by drawing, writing or picking the best answer. After everyone submits their responses, the game host reveals them and everyone votes for what answer is their favorite. The one with the most votes wins the round and creates the next challenge. With its impromptu approach to gameplay, the catchphrase for LOL says it best: If the game is boring, you are boring!

LOL was created as a “comedy-training-game” from the mind of Kenichi Nishi, an up and coming game designer who helped create Moon (PS1), GiFTPiA (GCN) and Chibi-Robo (GCN, DS).

“This game is wonderfully unique because it leaves everything up to the players,” says Agetec producer Hiro Fukuoka. “Players create the challenges, make up the answers, and vote for the one they find best. Especially with a group of friends, it’s the most hilarious game there is.”

LOL is rated E for everyone and can be purchased for $19.99 with free shipping and handling. Additionally, only one copy of the game is needed to play with four players locally. Sadly there is no online support.

Here is a trailer for the game:


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