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Lumines (PSP)

Lumines (PSP)
alaScore 72

10 reviews

May, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews of Lumines (PSP). The average rating for this product is 4.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Lumines (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 72/100 = Good quality.

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(Based on 10 reviews)

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Exercise with Lumines in the mind


First of all, when PSP first came out, they never had a good puzzle game until Lumines came out. With a catchy name and colorful case, it can really catch your eye to pick up the game and check it out. When I first played the game, I was actually...

Nice colors + great music=Addictive

Can give you a major headache

Sep, 2006

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Lumines: an addictive experience


You start the game by selecting a character icon to use. There is a good assortment of icons to choose from meaning everyone can be satisfied. Then you put in your name and now your ready to play the masterpiece that is Lumines. You can choose from...

Addictive and fun

No American music

Jul, 2006

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The digital equivalent of crack cocaine...


Playing this game on the way to work is like slamming down 10 double-shot espressos... gets your brain totally wired and set up for the day. Once you get used to the game play, you truly feel like your using The Force to make it all work... highly...

Music, colours, mental gymnastics, flow, new levels... damn it - everything

Ummmmm.... As addictive as crack cocaine

May, 2006

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Oh the lights and sounds!


PSP owners must own this game! Lumines is an addictive, fun, and stylish puzzle game for the Sony PSP. When most people think of "puzzle" games, the first thing that pops into their head (or what should) is Tetris. Tetris was an extremely addicting...

Everthing!!! It's SOOO addicting

Umm, may become addicting! lol

May, 2006

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Lumines: - An Entrancing Fusion of Aesthetics And Sound


For a while, it was more than a bit difficult to be a PSP owner. I didn't pay incredible attention to the planned releases just after the handheld's launch, and because I'm not a fan of racing or sports games I was left with little to play. After...

Great Graphics and Music, Fun Gameplay, Different Game Modes

Mar, 2006

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Losing my mind with Lumines


First of all, I have no idea how to pronounce the title of this game... is it Loo-Mines? Is it Loo-min-eees? No clue. In any case, my husband gifted me with a PSP for our anniversary, and this was one of the first games we bought for it. I was a little...

Fantastic replay ability, addictive

ADDICTIVE! 9999999

Jul, 2005

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Lumines: How puzzle games should be!


Inspired by Tetris comes the brilliant new puzzler exclusively for PSP, Lumines. Lumines is a puzzler of the next generation. The standard for what a puzzle game should be and should contain has risen. Lumines win the player over with its simple...

Slick graphics, music very cool, funnest puzzler to date

Not enough way to play, you need a PSP

Jul, 2005

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Lumines -Quite Possibly The Best Puzzler Ever



Simple Yet Highly Addictive, Great Music

You'll Lose All your Friends

Jul, 2005

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The Perfect mix of gameplay and music


Lumines has a seemlesly perfect mix of music and puzzle gameplay. Its very simplistic but also addictive.

Just plain perfect: perfect mixof music and gameplay, awesome skins, great music, tons of

to addictive

Apr, 2005

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Tetris's Flamboyant Cousin


"Oh no... another falling block puzzler," you're thinking. Ever since Tetris stormed the Gameboy in the early nineties, programmers have been scrambling for new ways to stack rapidly falling objects. Columns and Dr. Mario added some color. Yoshi's...

Simple and addictive. Brings a great new idea to the table

None, really

Apr, 2005