My husband has Multiple Sclerosis at age 59. His hands work mostly okay. He wants to get a DS Lite for the brain games and games such as Scrabble. Will any DS games work or must they specify Lite? It is a major investment for us, so I'd like to know as much before we make any purchases. Thank you so much.
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hello there before you start up the game with the game out there is an option to calibrate the touch screen on the main ds menu it asks you to touch the screen in many places to calibrate it and this should sort your problem i had this problem playing sight traning and after i calibrated the screen it worked perfect my hand writing is poor to lol ( its Better To Type)
i have bought one with 42 loaded on it but from the 1st day i got it one game didnt work (mario kart ds) but i have it already so not bothered but 2 weeks after another game won't load up wwe smackdown vs raw 2008 i also dont know how i can fix it!
The DS lite is and upgrade from the DS. The lite being slightly smaller has a brighter screen and supposed longer battery life. The Lite and DS share the DS library of games. So yes you can play the brain training on the Lite.