Gamebosh writes: "Normally sequels have a 2 after their name, but it seems that DS developers have decided adding the word 'More' in front is the new cool thing to do. More Touch Master, More Brain Training, I suppose More The Legend of Zelda doesn't sound so appealing, but if what they are trying to say is 'More of the same' then I understand. More Touch Master brings us more mini-game fun with plenty of stylus action. The problem with mini-game compilations is that they all tend to have the same things, and it generally boils down to who can do them better. The original Touch Master was fun and fairly addictive, with 23 games to play and master, so can the same be said for the second outing?"