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Catit Senses Food Maze
Catit Senses Food Maze
Price: £9.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic challenge, amusing to watch!, 3 April 2012
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Yes, I did have to set the difficulty setting on high straight away, and yes I did have to put in treats first to teach them how to use it.

But they love it. Even my older cat who sat there watching was completely intrigued and although didn't figure out to use his paw, tried his best to lick out the treats.

I would say the only thing that would have improved this product would be to have a removable plate for the top hole, so you could remove it to refill the maze, but put it back on to deter cheating. And for all 3 levels to have a difficulty setting, not just the middle one.

But I've VERY impressed with this product! It really did keep my cats entertained, and once they were done they moved away. Returning a little while later before going away again. It's already stopped my cats urge to gorge even in the short time I've had it!

(Esquire did sulk a little when he realised the treats I were holding he now needed to work harder than just sitting for, but he's now over that. I would definitely recommend this product.)


Search for the Perfect Head
Search for the Perfect Head
by Fungisayi Sasa
Edition: Paperback
Price: £10.00

5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome story, wonderful illustrations, 11 May 2009
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This story has an amazing plot, and will prove to anyone that reads it that the search for perfection can have its downside!

A must for anyone, and something every child should read!


How to Draw Manga
How to Draw Manga
by Katy Coope
Edition: Paperback

4 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic, 25 Jan. 2007
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There are mixed reviews for this book... but mainly because people misinterpret what manga is.

If you want your characters to look more "real" then you want to be drawing anime... that is where attention to detail etc comes into play.

If you're wanting to draw "simple" cartoonish characters, then it's manga that you want.

And this book is fantastic for that. It gives you a step-by-step guide from the basic structures of body, face, clothes to colour technique!

And if you want something a bit more indepth... then Katy's next book 'How to draw more manga' is the next thing to buy.

This book really is a must have!
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Eragon (Xbox)
Eragon (Xbox)

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A disappointment..., 19 Jan. 2007
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If you were disappointed with the film, don't bother with the game. It is based more on the film than the book (as is usual with this kind of game) but it cuts the few vital scenes that the film actually kept in.

Events are put in the wrong order, causing confusion for those friends of mine that haven't actually read the book, but decided to play the game.

You'd think that the game would keep in Eragons injury from Durza (Shade) which cripples him at the end of the 1st book and for the vast majority of the 2nd... what do the producers and makers think they're going to do to resolve that issue???

The graphics, despite it being a recent game release are poor; although the loading of levels is reasonably fast.

I finished the game in under 4 hours - and this was after a 12 hour shift at work, and loading the game at 1.30am in the morning... the levels are short and easy to work out - whether by accident or through actual thought process. I didn't die at all in any of the levels and completed the game feeling completly unsatisfied.

If you want to try it - wait until the game is in a bargin basket; because right now, it's not worth the money they're asking.


Dreamfall: The Longest Journey (Xbox)
Dreamfall: The Longest Journey (Xbox)

10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Be prepared for all nighters!!!, 16 Jan. 2007
Dreamfall captivates your imagination in such a way, you are sucked into the game and everything starts to feel personal. Luckily, when certain "levels" require you to switch characters, you withdraw slightly. But you still feel as if you are one with the battle to save both Arcadia and Stark.

For those of you that cry at emotional films... be prepared to cry as you finish the game. The last half hour to an hour of the game is filled with mini films; leading to heart tugging decisions which you don't control.

Anyone that enjoys role-play will enjoy this game; there's enough puzzles to keep your heart pumping... enough story to keep you involved... and enough emotions to devastate.


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