"Gameplay is pretty straight-forward, albeit very familiar. Basically you have a line of blocks gradually rising upwards from the bottom of the playing field. Your goal is to prevent the blocks from getting that far using a line of blocks located at the top of the play area. To do that, you'll use your cursor to select the correct like-coloured blocks that will match up with the ones below. Players can use the left and right buttons on either their Wii Remote or Classic Controller to move their cursor along the aforementioned horizontal line. Under the former control scheme, pressing the 1 Button will drop whatever blocks are inside the highlighted area down below, while pressing the 2 Button will swap their placement. This can be used to get the right colours needed to continue making good matches."
"At first glance, Dino Strike seems like a sufficient afternoon romp for those who need a dinosaur-shooting fix. However, the only way you'll actually find a morsel of enjoyment out of this title is if your expectations are very low. While this may not be as bad as some of the other cheap Wii titles we've seen in the past, it's still hard to recommend."