But, quibbles aside, the core Mr Driller experience on the 360 is every bit as wonderful as it was on the DS, and on all the formats before it. The single player modes may not look all that generous but it'll take many hours to work through the five Standard stages and five Quests, even for an experienced player.
It's a shame that the additional modes and multiplayer aren't quite as innovative as they might have been, but that's a minor gripe in the grand scheme of things. Cheerful, perfectly pitched and instantly addictive, Mr Driller is the sort of thing that makes you want to grab those tiresome moaners and say "Look! This is casual gaming! It's what games are all about! And it's brilliant!"