WorthPlaying writes: "If you've been gaming for any length of time, then there is a very good chance you have already played some form of Pipe Mania. The title, which is nearly 20 years old and has seen 17 ports and counting, has been challenging players to use pipes to direct the flow of goo nearly since the advent of gaming. Now, yet another version of the title has made its way to the DS, but the new features just don't add enough to warrant purchasing this game yet again.
New to this edition of Pipe Mania is World mode, which essentially adds a story to the previously pointless fitting of pipes. It seems as though Alfonso Senior, the original plumber who saved us from icky waste all those years ago, has retired to his very own island. He's living a peaceful life until his paradise comes under attack from a veritable ocean of gunk (known as flooze for this game) and his home is overrun by "cowboy plumbers," among them the nefarious Buffalo Bonzo. So Alfonso sends out his twin children, Junior and Fawcett, to try and restore order to the island and run Bonzo out of town."