The 31 best DS games

If you'd rather take your gaming on the go, we've got a handy guide for dual-screen greatness: The 31 best DS games!

#27: Professor Layton and the Curious Village


Why It's Great:
Point-and-click adventure games are a dying breed, but thanks to the folks at Level-5, we can revel in the old-school experience with the touch of a screen. The game follows Layton and his young, cavorting assistant in the hunt for a mysterious "Golden Apple." It's not exactly Treasure Island, but it's definitely worth your time if you enjoy games of the puzzle solving persuasion. Plus, we heard chicks dig top hats.

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