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  • #4522

    Anonymous

    Can anyone recommend a good GBA game that I could play 10-15 stints of ?
    Probably some sort of 2d puzzler ?

  • #24425

    Anonymous
  • #24426

    Anonymous

    Got AW2.
    Was thinking of something quicker to play.

  • #24432

    Anonymous

    Wario Ware?

    Is that out on the GBA? I saw one of the lads playing it awhile back and it looked pretty pick up ‘n play…

  • #24433

    Anonymous

    Wario Ware?

    Is that out on the GBA? I saw one of the lads playing it awhile back and it looked pretty pick up ‘n play…[/quote:f7f17c17a5]yep… it’s on GBA and really suits the platform

    perfect solution to Omen’s query, I reckon

  • #24434

    Anonymous

    wait for wario ware:twisted….meant to be the best of the lot. think it meant to be out soon. speaking of which, I just picked up wario ware:touched…tis very good, but no way as good as the original gba

  • #24435

    Anonymous

    What about Metal Slug Advance? great game, but pretty pricey still uness you can find it second hand. My two cents.

  • #24436

    Anonymous

    Good old Mario World and/or Mario Kart!!!

  • #24438

    Anonymous

    Yeah, something like Wario would be perfect, but I’ve played that too.

  • #24439

    Anonymous

    If you’re looking somthing to last a while
    Fire Emblem 1 and 2
    Golden Sun
    Advance Wars 1 and 2
    final fantasy tactics advance
    zelda: minish cap

    pickup and play stuff
    wario ware
    zooo (puzzle game out a few weeks ago, pretty addictive)

  • #24440

    Anonymous

    if you want a good 2D puzzle….
    http://rmstudiogames.free.fr/index.php?rub=games&page=atomix

    it’s quick to understand, addictive and it’s free :D well you need a flash cart though…

    Question: what does mean “could play 10-15 stints of” ?

  • #24444

    Anonymous

    Question: what does mean “could play 10-15 stints of” ?[/quote:ce3df1313b]
    d’oh, sorry. 10-15 minutes play at a time. Want something to do during full compiles.
    rpg’s don’t fit what i’m looking for ( and I’ve played most of them :) )
    wario – played
    zoo keeper – its a web game, i’m not paying for it!
    atomix – think i played that back in uni.

  • #24446

    Anonymous
  • #24448

    Anonymous

    This is a fully realized rendition of the #1 PC and console hit. [/quote:fb0484cadc]
    *Looks at the screenshot*

    :lol:

  • #24450

    Anonymous

    Astroboy is pretty good, its a tenner in game at the minute, you can play through it multiple times and its hard as a rock in some places.

  • #24554

    Anonymous

    I used to play Ecks vs Server alot, always wanted to try Ecks vs Server 2…

    2d Puzzler… ummm, Wario Ware is a quick kind of puzzler, also Super Monkey Ball got good reviews a while back…

    Ive always wanted Zelda The Minish Cap… but never got round to buyin it…

  • #24767

    Anonymous

    Mr Driller 2!!!!!!

    Excellent little character puzzle game : D

    Maybe you’ve played it but , anyway, you dig a pathway down through a formation of coloured blocks (prebuilt in a Tetris-sy way), try not to get squashed as the blocks above you drop into new positions and collect air along the way to the bottom (else turn blue and die in as cute a way possible)

    Very challenging and fast paced. twitchy like Monkeyball but not nearly as stressful

    It’s the bees knees

  • #24769

    Anonymous

    Indeed, I have Mr. Driller for the PC and its always good for a quick break in between coding sessions!

  • #24850

    Anonymous

    check out Ultimate Arcade Games when its released sometime later this month / early oct… a bunch of ‘retro’ styled games for quick pick up and play appeal… a few random graphics in it by me 8) – check out this link in it for more details http://gameboy.ign.com/articles/638/638940p1.html

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