Nintendo Game Boy Advance

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

The Game Boy Advance (abbreviated as GBA) is a 32-bit handheld video game console developed, manufactured and marketed by Nintendo as the successor to the Game Boy Color. It was released in Japan on March 21, 2001, in North America on June 11, 2001,...

¡Mucha Lucha!: Mascaritas of the Lost Code

¡Mucha Lucha!: Mascaritas of the Lost Code

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 18, 2003

Mucha Lucha, the over-the-top comedy TV adventure series on the Kids WB, comes to the Game Boy Advance. Wrestle your was a Rikochet, Buena Girl and the Flea through this wacky adventure in the quest to recover the all-important Code of Masked Wrestling!

007: NightFire

007: NightFire

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - March 24, 2003

The ultimate secret agent is back in his most dangerous adventure yet in James Bond 007: NightFire. Explore new heights and depths like never before -- infiltrate towering skyscrapers, take on treacherous underwater missions, and tackle original missions including assignments in outer space. All this plus glamorous (and sometimes deadly) Bond women, new state-of-the-art gadgets and weapons, and an advanced in-game camera system will leave you shaken and stirred.

2 Games in 1 - SpongeBob SquarePants - Battle for Bikini Bottom + Nicktoons - Freeze Frame Frenzy

2 Games in 1 - SpongeBob SquarePants - Battle for Bikini Bottom + Nicktoons - Freeze Frame Frenzy

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

2 Games in 1: Brother Bear & The Lion King

2 Games in 1: Brother Bear & The Lion King

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

2 Games in 1: Columns Crown + Chu Chu Rocket!

2 Games in 1: Columns Crown + Chu Chu Rocket!

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

2 Games in 1: Finding Nemo & Monsters Inc.

2 Games in 1: Finding Nemo & Monsters Inc.

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 5, 2003

Finding Nemo: On his first day of school, Nemo disobeys his father and ventures away from the reef to touch the bottom of a boat. This enrages Marlin, and starts an argument in front of Nemo's classmates. To his father's horror, Nemo is captured by a scuba diver. Marlin tries to save Nemo but is blinded by the camera flash of another diver. The boat disappears into the distance. Monsters Inc.: Monstropolis is having a huge energy crisis and it's up to Mike and Sulley to find a cure. Help them solve the mystery by talking to friends, getting clues, collecting items, learning new tricks and...

2 Games in 1: Frere des Ours + Disney Princesse

2 Games in 1: Frere des Ours + Disney Princesse

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

2 in 1 Game Pack - Spider-Man + Spider-Man 2

2 in 1 Game Pack - Spider-Man + Spider-Man 2

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

2001: Kawaii Pet Game Gallery 2

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

2002: Kawaii Koinu Wonderful

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

2006 FIFA World Cup

2006 FIFA World Cup

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - April 24, 2006

FIFA Soccer 2006 lets you become a soccer player or manage a team to its destiny! Get out on the Pitch as you play a complete, authentic, and intelligent soccer experience. Pull the team together when the game gets rough, and make sure your team chemistry keeps teams in the game.

3-in-1 Sports Pack: Paintball Splat! / Dodgeball Dodge This! / Big Alley Bowling

3-in-1 Sports Pack: Paintball Splat! / Dodgeball Dodge This! / Big Alley Bowling

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

4 Games on One Game Pak: GT Advance / GT Advance 2 / GT Advance 3 / MotoGP

4 Games on One Game Pak: GT Advance / GT Advance 2 / GT Advance 3 / MotoGP

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - 2007

GT Advance Championship Racing Install your car kits, head to the track, start your engines and get ready to challenge the most competitive racers on the circuit! Choose from over 45 authentic cars and race for championship gold on an amazing 32 different tracks. Upgrade your car's performance using 9 categories of upgradeable parts including the engine, suspension, aerodynamics and more. GT Advance 2: Rally Racing Get behind the wheel of the world's top rally cars as you span the globe in quest of a championship. Listen to your navigator as you fly over jumps and skid around obstacles on...

Ace Combat Advance

Ace Combat Advance

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - February 23, 2005

The Ace Combat series makes its debut on the Game Boy Advance with challenging missions, unlockable planes, and free-roaming environments. As the newest pilot in an elite fighter squadron, you must help destroy the Air Strike Force--the military arm of an evil multinational corporation. If you destroy enough enemy planes during your missions, you'll unlock new planes. Fly in air-to-air and air-to-ground missions over arctic, forest, and desert environments. Each environment features destructible buildings and objects.

Ace Lightning

Ace Lightning

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 25, 2002

This third-person action-adventure game lets you guide the foremost of the Lightning Knights, Ace Lightning, on his mission to defeat the evil Lord Fear and send him and his gang back to prison in the sixth dimension. The only way to capture Lord Fear is to collect all the pieces of the magical Amulet of Zoar, which he has hidden throughout the Carnival of Doom--a scary place full of exaggeratedly imposing tents, rides and sideshows, with distorted geometry and disturbing lighting effects. You must guide Ace Lightning around the eerie halls of the Carnival, and into its four zones--the Ghost...

Action Man: Robot Atak

Action Man: Robot Atak

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 24, 2004

Action Man: Robot Atak is an Action game, developed by Magic Pockets and published by Atari, which was released in 2004.

Activision Anthology

Activision Anthology

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - December 9, 2003

Be a flying ace, a race car champion, a tennis star, and a space pioneer all in one afternoon. Activision Anthology lets you go back in time with all your old favorites, including Pitfall 1 and 2, Commando, Freeway, Keystone Kapers, Seaquest, River Raid 1 and 2, and Spider Fighter. Whether it's trying to get Pitfall Harry past the third pit on the right or breaking 15,000 points on River Raid to earn a patch, Activision Anthology is sure to conjure plenty of gaming memories.

Advance Guardian Heroes

Advance Guardian Heroes

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 14, 2004

Based on the Sega Saturn's Guardian Heroes, Advance Guardian Heroes brings a classic game to life on your Game Boy Advance. Not your ordinary side-scrolling fighter, the game features more than 20 playable characters, 160 powerful moves, and different multiplayer scenarios. Each fighter has unique moves and abilities, which you can upgrade as you progress through the game. Whether you play solo, with friends, or against friends, you can delve into a variety of challenges and battle arenas.

Advance Wars

Advance Wars

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 10, 2001

The battle lines have been drawn, and an elite group of sly strategists is massing troops at your borders. You'll have to command ground, air and naval forces if you hope to survive the coming wars, and it won't be easy. With 114 maps to battle on and both the Single-Pak and Multi-Pak link modes, Advance Wars brings turn-based strategy to a depth never before seen on a handheld!

Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising

Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 23, 2003

In Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising brings your GBA all-new strategic action and all-new fighting action! Thrilling turn-based strategy gameplay that will put your brain & your reflexes to the test, in this sequel to the original hit!

Adventure of Tokyo Disney Sea

Adventure of Tokyo Disney Sea

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius vs. Jimmy Negatron

The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius vs. Jimmy Negatron

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 24, 2002

Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius has gotten himself in a completely new world of trouble, or should we say "new dimension of trouble?" In The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius: Jimmy Neutron Vs Jimmy Negatron, Jimmy accidentally warps himself into a parallel dimension, switching places with his evil alter ego -- Jimmy Negatron! With Jimmy Negatron running loose in Retroville, Jimmy Neutron will need all of his inventions and smarts to figure a way back home, save his friends, and restore his town back to normal!

The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius: Attack of the Twonkies

The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius: Attack of the Twonkies

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 13, 2004

This platform adventure game based on the hit Nickelodeon show and movie series finds Jimmy returning from outer space -- with an alien life-form stowaway. The alien starts cuddly and cute, but quickly becomes a ferocious beast with a voracious appetite for destruction. Once again Jimmy Neutron must use a revolutionary invention system to create some inspired gadgets to capture and contain the quickly multiplying alien attack. Players are able to create over 26 gizmos, 11 inventions, and four super inventions. There are of course also secret gizmos hidden in each level give Jimmy Neutron...

The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius: Jet Fusion

The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius: Jet Fusion

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 23, 2003

Brilliant minds know how to bring a book to life, but it takes a boy genius to actually bring it to life, literally. By inventing the 'Virtual World Reproducing Machine', Jimmy has created the ultimate book report by changing Retroville into the world of his favorite spy - Jet Fusion. Jimmy will now explore dangerous deserts, treacherous seas, and mysterious forests on an expedition to save Jet Fusion from the evil Professor Calamitous and return Retroville back to it's original form. Join Jimmy in a high tech, platform adventure-filled game stuffed with exciting action and brain twisting...

The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius: Volume 1

The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius: Volume 1

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 10, 2004

Game Boy Advance Video is a format for putting full color, full-motion videos onto Game Boy Advance cartridges. These video cartridges were manufactured by Majesco, except for the Pokémon Game Boy Advance Video cartridges, which were published by Nintendo. The cartridges themselves were developed by 4Kids Entertainment's subsidiary 4Kids Technology, Inc. The video cartridges are colored white for easy identification and are sold as Game Boy Advance Video Paks. The Game Boy Advance Video game paks offer the same 240x160 resolution as standard Game Boy Advance games.

Aero the Acrobat

Aero the Acrobat

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - December 31, 2002

Aero the Acrobat, the classic Sunsoft game for Super NES, comes to Game Boy Advance! Edgar Ektor (and evil ex-circus clown) has booby-trapped the circus with the help of a crazy flying squirrel named Zero and his fairground henchmen. Only Aero, a master of acrobatics, can diffuse the dangers of the circus and perform various death defying acts to amuse the unsuspecting audience. As the headlining act, Aero will walk tightropes, swing on trapezes, blast out of cannons and plunge off the high dive in order to find Ektor and put a stop to his evil plans. Great graphics and action-puzzle...

Agassi Tennis Generation

Agassi Tennis Generation

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 30, 2003

Agassi Tennis Generation brings you up close and personal to the biggest stars in tennis. Play as Andre Agassi, or compete against him, as you smash, volley, lob, and serve on courts from all over the world in 16 tournaments. The game features 32 unique players with realistic movements, various court surfaces, and three challenging game modes including Quick Match, Arcade, and Tournament. Can you win your way to the top ranks of tennis stardom?

Agent Hugo: Roborumble

Agent Hugo: Roborumble

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - April 2, 2007

Agent Hugo: RoboRumble is a fast paced racing game with platform elements. The city of Aquapolis has been invaded by a new evil villain - Geekdorph, Lord of Robots. Agent Hugo escapes to a teleporter and gets beamed to the secret hideout of R.I.S.K (Risky Intelligent Spy Knights). From the hideout, Hugo must teleport into space, the desert and Aquapolis to defeat Geekdorph's challenges and collect information about Geekdorph's secret location - so the final three stage boss-fight can take place and the citizens of Aquapolis set free.

Aggressive Inline

Aggressive Inline

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - August 27, 2002

In Aggressive Inline the player takes the role of one of nine real-life skaters with one specific goal: receiving as much points as possible by performing spectacular stunts. Every of the 13 courses also has various special challenges, e.g. collecting or smashing certain items, which need to be performed to beat it. In contrast to the open areas of the console versions this one features more linear levels and tight time limits.

AirForce Delta Storm

AirForce Delta Storm

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 16, 2002

Strap into your cockpit and blast through the gut-wrenching world of flight combat. Your adrenaline pumps as machine gun fire pelts off your tail, you execute back-breaking barrel rolls and experience dog-fighting action. Take your pick of over 70 planes, including military fighters rendered from actual aircraft. With a full range of extreme missions to numb your senses, AirForce Delta Storm pushes your Game Boy Advance to the sky!

Aka-chan Dōbutsuen

Aka-chan Dōbutsuen

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

Cutesy virtual pet/adventure game from TDK Core, released only in Japan. Take care of little baby animals, including giraffes, pandas, elephants, koalas, and monkeys -- giggle excitedly over their cuteness and train them to pull off happy little tricks. Features more than 160 different animals from over 40 species.

Aleck Bordon Adventure: Tower and Shaft Advance

Aleck Bordon Adventure: Tower and Shaft Advance

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - January 1, 2004

Aleck Bordon Adventure: Tower & Shaft Advance is an Adventure game, published by Aruze Corp, which was released in Japan in 2004.

Alex Ferguson's Player Manager 2002

Alex Ferguson's Player Manager 2002

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - May 24, 2002

Alex Rider: Stormbreaker

Alex Rider: Stormbreaker

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 25, 2006

Based on Anthony Horowitz's series of teen spy movies and movie following adventure-seeker Alex Rider. Players embrace the role of Alex Rider to out-spy, outwit and out-cool evil in this thrilling action adventure. Featuring third-person stealth game play, fast-paced racing action, intense fighting and engaging, gadget-based mini-games, players can relive defining moments from the Stormbreaker movie and become the ultimate spy.

Alexandra Ledermann - Aventures au Galop

Alexandra Ledermann - Aventures au Galop

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - December 1, 2006

Alien Hominid

Alien Hominid

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - February 3, 2006

He's been shot at, shot down, stolen from and probed. It's time to get even. The game is a side-scrolling shooter in a similar vein to games like Metal Slug, where one hit instantly kills, and can be played simultaneously with one or two players. Players play as the titular hominid who has to fend off waves of secret agents. His main arsenal is a blaster, while players can also melee close-up enemies and use a limited number of grenades. Advanced moves include rolling under shots, jumping on and biting off enemies' heads, temporarily scaring other enemies, and digging underground and...

Alienators: Evolution Continues

Alienators: Evolution Continues

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 13, 2001

You thought you'd rid the Earth of the aliens. But now they're back, and the evolution of hostile life-forms continues. Lucky for Earth, the Alienators are on the job. Use all the alien-butt-kicking science within your grasp to battle the Genus... before this evil evolves to a state of total supremacy and succeeds in global domination!

All Grown Up! Express Yourself

All Grown Up! Express Yourself

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 19, 2004

Finally a game made just for girls! Help Angelica with the school newspaper, sing a song with Susie, put together stylin' outfits with Lil, swap information with your best friends, take a vote on a hot topic or use the PDS function to plan your busy week!

All Grown Up: Volume 1

All Grown Up: Volume 1

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - May 27, 2004

Game Boy Advance Video is a format for putting full color, full-motion videos onto Game Boy Advance cartridges. These video cartridges were manufactured by Majesco, except for the Pokémon Game Boy Advance Video cartridges, which were published by Nintendo. The cartridges themselves were developed by 4Kids Entertainment's subsidiary 4Kids Technology, Inc. The video cartridges are colored white for easy identification and are sold as Game Boy Advance Video Paks. The Game Boy Advance Video game paks offer the same 240x160 resolution as standard Game Boy Advance games.

All-Star Baseball 2003

All-Star Baseball 2003

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - May 31, 2002

Featuring four-time World Series Champion Derek Jeter, All-Star Baseball 2003 features many exciting new modes of play and options that deliver unparalleled hardball realism. Building upon proven success, All-Star Baseball 2003 combines the perfect blend of simulation style hardball for the baseball fanatic, with the ease of use for the casual sports gamer.

All-Star Baseball 2004

All-Star Baseball 2004

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - February 23, 2003

Like Derek Jeter, All-Star Baseball 2004 is the game "with all the tools." With the most realistic simulation ever, easier to play functionality, and the same all around skill set that makes Derek the leader and winner he is, ASB 2004 truly is the game with all the tools.

Altered Beast: Guardian of the Realms

Altered Beast: Guardian of the Realms

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 25, 2002

Zeus, creator and ruler of the Guardians of the Gates, raises you from your grave! You must go fourth and defeat a new, unknown evil that has destroyed the Guardians and ravaged the universe. To do so, you must collect the keys and Essence of each land, transforming you into beasts with unnatural powers and special abilities. Conquer this evil and you will become the sole Guardian, the protector of the universe.

The Amazing Virtual Sea-Monkeys

The Amazing Virtual Sea-Monkeys

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

The Amazing Virtual Sea-Monkeys is an Action game, developed by Elo Interactive and published by Conspiracy Entertainment, which was cancelled before it was released.

American Bass Challenge

American Bass Challenge

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - December 5, 2001

Hook up with the biggest bass in this ultimate rod n' reel challenge. The most thrilling fishing experience you'll get on 32 bits!

American Idol

American Idol

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 11, 2003

Complete with a computer generated Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul, and Simon Cowell, with trademark insults, American Idol is a music-based, rhythm-action game that will allow you to create, style, and train a contestant for the competition. Once styled and trained you'll see your contestant progress through the auditions, various heats, and then, hopefully, make it to the grand final. You'll need quick fingers as you match the right combination of buttons to what's displayed on the screen helping your contestant sing a sweet harmony and dance to the rhythm of the song. Get it wrong and your voice...

An American Tail: Fievel's Gold Rush

An American Tail: Fievel's Gold Rush

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - May 2, 2003

Fievel Mousekewitz, a rodent with an immigration card, is heading west in An American Tail: Fievel's Gold Rush. Based on the animated series from Universal Studios, the game has players controlling Fievel as he travels through 18 levels and six worlds, including "New York City" and "Gold Dust Gulch," to piece together Cat Malone's treasure map. Fievel will swing on rope, attack with his ten-gallon hat, ride riverboats, and jump the train to find Wylie Burp's gold.

Angel Collection - Mezase! Gakuen no Fashion Leader

Angel Collection - Mezase! Gakuen no Fashion Leader

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

Angel Collection is a Strategy game, developed and published by MTO, which was released in Japan in 2003.

Angel Collection 2: Pichimo Ni Narou

Angel Collection 2: Pichimo Ni Narou

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

Angel Collection 2: Pichimo Ni Narou is a fashion-simulation title for the Japanese GBA. This game features models from the Pichi Lemon fashion magazine, who appear in animated form using their real names. Players are able to help out the editorial staff of the magazine as you meet up with all the various girls. Over 300 fashion items appear in the game, helping you hone your fashion skills as you work your way through a story. Also features a make-up studio (the make-up has to match the overall outfit), plenty of random events, the Pichiremon headquarters, an officially licensed...

Angelique

Angelique

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

Angelique is a Strategy game, published by Koei, which was released in Japan in 2002.

Animal Mania: Dokidoki Aishou Check

Animal Mania: Dokidoki Aishou Check

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

Animal Mania is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Jupiter Multimedia and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2002.

Animal Snap: Rescue Them 2 by 2

Animal Snap: Rescue Them 2 by 2

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 1, 2002

Animal Snap is a Puzzle game, developed by Awesome Developments and published by Ignition Entertainment, which was released in 2002.

Animal Yokochou: Doki Doki Shinkyuu Shiken! no Kan

Animal Yokochou: Doki Doki Shinkyuu Shiken! no Kan

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - January 1, 2006

Animal Yokochou: Doki*Doki Shinkyuu Shiken! no Kan is an Action game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2006.

Animaniacs: Lights, Camera, Action!

Animaniacs: Lights, Camera, Action!

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 1, 2006

Recent account calculations have shown that Yakko, Wakko and Dot have cost Warner more money in accumulated damage than they have generated profit since their escape from the water-tower. The Board of Directors are now giving them one last chance to justify themselves. To set their accounts straight, Warner have now decided to shoot three Animaniacs feature films in one go!!

Another World

Another World

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - April 28, 2005

Young scientist Lester Chaykin never in his wildest dreams imagined that it could happen... but it did! While experimenting with sub-atomic particles, his laboratory was struck by lightning - teleporting him into another dimension. A strange world nothing like Earth, where he must call upon all of his intelligence, training and resources to survive.

The Ant Bully

The Ant Bully

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - July 24, 2006

Go pick on someone your own size! After bullying an innocent ant colony, a young boy named Lucas is magically shrunk down to ant size and embarks on a remarkable adventure. Play as Lucas, experiencing the dangerous and thrilling life of an ant as you battle, explore and forge new friendships with natives and other species in his new ant world. Help Lucas evolve from recluse to hero in his quest to save the colony from extermination. Based on the exciting moments from Warner Bros CG animated movie directed by John A. Davis (of the Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius series.)

Antz Extreme Racing

Antz Extreme Racing

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 20, 2002

0.5 MPH is extremely fast, when your vehicle is only big enough to carry an ant! Jockey for first place with your favorite character from the hit motion picture Antz™, using vehicles that aren't your typical garden variety. Surf using a leaf, race on a fuse with wheels, even hop on a wasp for the antenna-raising thrill ride of your life! You may feel tiny, but practice will make you a giant among racers!

Archer Maclean's 3D Pool

Archer Maclean's 3D Pool

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 3, 2004

Join world renowned pool game designer Archer Maclean at the table in ARCHER MACLEAN'S 3D POOL for the Game Boy Advance. This virtual pool game by Ignition Entertainment puts players up against 20 different computer adversaries or against other players in a true three dimensional environment. The one-player mode features several different options. Players can select to use either coin-op or professional rules. Both American and UK variations of the game are available as well. A rule editor feature allows players to pick and choose which of the different rules will be in effect for the game. A...

Arctic Tale

Arctic Tale

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 10, 2007

The far North of our planet is one of the most perilous environments in the world. Take on the role of either a young Polar Bear or a Walrus growing up and trying to survive in the wild. From eating to fighting off predators, almost every aspect of the animal's life is presented to the player. Learning to live in this world is vital as they go from the regular dangers to the extreme threats. Experience the thrilling, interactive look at the walrus and polar bears that roam the vast world of the Arctic wilderness.

Army Men Advance

Army Men Advance

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 11, 2001

Plastro, the infamous leader of the Tan Army, has recruited alien forces from another world to aid in his ongoing war against the Green Nation. It's up to Sarge and Vikki G. to jump into action to save their troops from a variety of unknown enemies, and then track down Plastro himself for a final confrontation!

Army Men: Operation Green

Army Men: Operation Green

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - December 3, 2001

The Tan Army is back?you must defeat each and every one of them, destroy the secret device and lead the Green Army to victory. The first Army Men title to bring realistic military action and combat to the Game Boy Advance!

Army Men: Turf Wars

Army Men: Turf Wars

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 3, 2002

Colonel Grimm has ordered the defeat of the Tan Army and chosen a two-man Special Forces team for the mission. This Special Forces team will consist of the Blue Spy and you, Sgt. Hawk. Battle through several different backyard environments with the ultimate goal of destroying the Tan Army. Good luck, soldier!

Around the World in 80 Days

Around the World in 80 Days

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 22, 2004

Action game based on the Jules Verne movie starring Jackie Chan as Passepartout, the valet of Phileas Fogg who joins Fogg on his bet to go around the world in 80 days. Around the World in 80 Days for Game Boy Advance puts players in the Jackie Chan role, having to beat the tar out of thugs from all parts of the word in this side-scrolling beat-em-up. The action spans worldwide locations such as Paris, Turkey, India, China...even San Francisco. Around the World in 80 Days was developed by Saffire for Hip Games. Climb buildings, bounce off canopies, spring from ledge to ledge, cross narrow...

Arthur and the Invisibles

Arthur and the Invisibles

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - January 9, 2007

Directly inspired by world famous film director and writer Luc Besson's upcoming animated film of the same name, the Arthur and the Minimoys game will follow the film's storyline and feature eye-popping graphics and technical innovations. By taking a very unique approach to its presentation of the Arthur universe and utilising the unique features of the DS™ hardware, the Nintendo DS™ version of Arthur and the Minimoys is a different kind of game to the versions for other consoles and PC. Arthur and the Minimoys for DS™ gleefully portrays the magical world of Arthur through a series of...

Ashita no Joe: Masseki ni Moe Agare!

Ashita no Joe: Masseki ni Moe Agare!

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

Ashita no Joe: Masseki ni Moe Agare! is a Sports game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2003.

Asterix & Obelix XXL

Asterix & Obelix XXL

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 21, 2003

Unity is strength, and a drop of Magic Potion helps... One strategy: "BASH THE ROMANS!!" -A video game first: Onscreen duo action! 2 heroes that act in perfect unity. -Awesome attacks and combos: Power-Hammer, Twister Fusion, Time Distortion, Atomic Potion, Mole, Rage and Club... -Massive combats: Up to 70 Romans onscreen!

Asterix & Obelix: Bash Them All!

Asterix & Obelix: Bash Them All!

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - January 25, 2002

What could be better than an Asterix game? Two Asterix games, of course! Indeed, this extraordinary cartridge designed for GameBoy Advance offers the lucky player two games for the price of one. Allow us to introduce the one on the right, inspired by Asterix and Cleopatra. Your mission, as you control our two heroes, is to help Edifis with the construction of a palace for Cleopatra. Mainly, you'll be defending him from the vile stratagems of his rival Artifis and Caesar's watchful legions. In the game on my left, "Asterix and Obelix," the idea is to bring souvenirs from every country in...

Astro Boy: Omega Factor

Astro Boy: Omega Factor

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - August 17, 2004

Join Astro, the robotic superhero with a human mind, in a quest to reunite the robotic race with humans. Astro uses his seven super abilities to face off against the likes of Atlas, Blue Knight, and more than 40 other characters. The game brings classic 2D gaming to the Game Boy Advance along with an original seven-episode story. Playing as Astro Boy, you'll learn about justice, compassion, evil, courage, and the history of Astro Boy--all while building Astro's Omega Factor and strengthening his character and superhuman abilities.

Atari Anniversary Advance

Atari Anniversary Advance

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - March 25, 2002

Atari presents 6 of the best arcade games ever made, mega-hits that launched the video game revolution -- Asteroids, Battlezone, Centipede, Missile Command, Super Breakout and Tempest. Each game is reproduced down to the last detail, and each one is just as easy and fun to play. Whether you're a diehard fan or a competitive newcomer, you've got to play the games that started it all!

Atomic Betty

Atomic Betty

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 25, 2005

Betty has a lot more to handle than most little girls. To her friends and family, she is your average, girl-next-door, but when the galaxy beckons, she becomes Atomic Betty, Galactic Guardian and Defender of the Cosmos. With the help of her trusty sidekicks, Sparky and X-5, Betty must save the galaxy from the evil Maximus I.Q., while at the same time saving her reputation on Earth from the scheming of her archrival, Penelope. "Atomic Betty's" five playable characters, rocket ship travel, selectable gadgets and weapons, and fast-paced story bring the cartoon hit to life.

ATV Thunder Ridge Riders

ATV Thunder Ridge Riders

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 5, 2006

ATV: Thunder Ridge Riders puts the thrills of all-terrain racing in the palm of your hand! Kick it with your friends on a bone-jarring excursion out to Thunder Ridge, and conquer Mother Nature in an earth-ripping, heart-pounding joyride across miles of insane terrain! All new for 2006, this high flying game will leave you clutching at your seat, hanging on for dear life... and screaming for more!

ATV: Quad Power Racing

ATV: Quad Power Racing

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - March 20, 2002

Features 10 unique and challenging tracks and environments; 9 different tricked-out ATVs to chose from; 3D ATVs, riders and environments, as real as it gets on a hand-held. Take on the competition in Arcade and Challenge game modes and 3 different classes of ATVs: Stock, Pro and Open.

Avatar: The Last Airbender

Avatar: The Last Airbender

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 10, 2006

Avatar: The Last Airbender (known as Avatar: The Legend of Aang in Europe) is a video game based on the animated television series of the same name for Game Boy Advance, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Wii, and Xbox. The game was followed by a sequel, Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Burning Earth, around a year later. The game was a launch title for the Wii in Western territories.

Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Burning Earth

Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Burning Earth

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 16, 2007

Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Burning Earth (known as Avatar: The Legend of Aang – The Burning Earth in Europe) is a video game for Wii, Nintendo DS, Game Boy Advance, PlayStation 2, and Xbox 360 based on the animated television series Avatar: The Last Airbender. It was one of the last games released for the Game Boy Advance in North America. The game was followed by a sequel, Avatar: The Last Airbender – Into the Inferno, around a year later. The game is infamous for its incredibly easy Xbox 360 1000G Achievement score, which can quickly be unlocked in under five minutes.

Azumanga Daioh Advance

Azumanga Daioh Advance

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

Azumanga Daioh Advance is a puzzle game released for the Gameboy Advance hand held system on April 25th, 2003. It was published and developed by King Records. Azumanga Daioh Advance was a Japan only release and was never planned to be sold over seas.

Babar to the Rescue

Babar to the Rescue

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 28, 2006

On a beautiful day in Celesteville, Babar's two sons, Pom, Alexander and his cousin Arthur are playing hide and seek with the monkey Zephir. In the courtyard of the castle, two huge hot air balloons are tied to the ground and Pom and Alexander decide to use one of them as a hiding place. Suddenly the rope holding the balloon is accidentally loosened and the balloon slowly rises up, high into the sky, drifting away with the wind. When Babar finds out, he quickly gets in the second hot air balloon and flies off into the wilderness to rescue his two sons...

Back to Stone

Back to Stone

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - December 15, 2006

Back to Stone follows the adventure of the unwitting subject of horrible magical experiments. Following the conquest of his world by a race of demons, the hero became a guinea pig for the demons. Now a hybrid, half demon, half human; in exchange he has gained the ability to transform flesh to stone with his hands, making him one of the few on the planet capable of defeating the demons on their own terms.

BackTrack

BackTrack

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 4, 2001

Domingoaniax and his army of mutants and robot soldiers have taken control of the secret moon base. For months these aliens have been abducting humans and assimilating them into an army of droids that can be used to overwhelm Earth. As our last hope, you must help Jim Track infiltrate the moon base and succeed where many others before him have failed. Destroy every alien or assimilated human you encounter, port back as many unassimilated humans from the pods as possible, and then trigger the self-destruct sequence to terminate the moon base and the remaining aliens.

Backyard Baseball

Backyard Baseball

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - May 21, 2002

Create the baseball team of your dreams! It's great baseball action with the backyard kids and real pro players as kids. Pick your team, choose logos and playing fields. Play single games, an entire season or Home Run Derby. It's the chance of a lifetime to play with the pros right in your own backyard. Play single Games or a whole season, choose from all 30 Major League Baseball teams, create, save and trade custom players, practice your swing in the Home Run Derby, and track player and team stats in Season play. Also features a two-player multiplayer mode when linking up two Game Boy Advance...

Backyard Baseball 2006

Backyard Baseball 2006

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - March 16, 2005

Atari's BACKYARD series is based around the idea of taking original kid characters and teaming them up with the biggest names in sports to play baseball, football, and several other sports. BACKYARD BASEBALL 2006 for the GBA teams player-created characters with Major League Baseball hard-hitters from all 30 MLB teams to compete in tournaments, exhibition games, and other challenges. As the name suggests, the games are mostly played on backyard lots, although some fields, like the Gater Flats swamp, probably don't exist in many kids' backyards. Players have the choice of creating custom...

Backyard Basketball

Backyard Basketball

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 24, 2004

For the first time ever, Backyard Basketball is on the Nintendo Game Boy Advance system! Create your own portable basketball team with Backyard Kids and cool kid versions of NBA stars. It's slam-dunk action full of wacky courts and crazy Backyard Basketball power-ups. Choose from 30 Backyard Kids and 10 kid versions of NBA stars including Tim Duncan, Tracy McGrady, Shaquille O'Neal, Kevin Garnett, Dirk Nowitzki, Vince Carter, Ray Allen, Paul Pierce, Yao Ming and LeBron James -- as well as all 30 teams, or choose Backyard Teams like the Hyper Hot Doggers and Jumpin' Gym Rats. Score some fast...

Backyard Football

Backyard Football

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 24, 2002

It's great football action with the Backyard Kids and real pro players as kids. Little football fans will enjoy choosing from all 32 NFL teams or create their own with custom team names and uniforms. Call the plays and direct all the action in single games or an entire season's worth of hard-hitting action. It's the chance of a lifetime to play with the pros right in your own backyard!

Backyard Football 2006

Backyard Football 2006

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 1, 2005

Backyard Football 2006 is the fourth iteration of the award-winning game that combines realistic football plays and strategies with crazy humor. Backyard Football 2006 features child versions of NFL superstars, including Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Donovan McNabb and Daunte Culpepper. Backyard Football 2006 includes all 32 NFL teams as well as 19 wacky Backyard teams and features new backgrounds, 7x7 teams, and a power moves system.

Backyard Hockey

Backyard Hockey

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 9, 2003

Skate, shoot and score with the Backyard Kids and kid versions of the hottest NHL? pros! You can control all of the action in this hockey favorite. Build your own talented team, choose an awesome rink and zoom down the ice! With zany power-ups and that one-of-a-kind Backyard Sports excitement, Backyard Hockey provides fun, speedy, end-to-end action. Now that it's on the Game Boy Advance system, you can hit the game-winning slapshot anywhere

Backyard Skateboarding

Backyard Skateboarding

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 1, 2005

Backyard Skateboarding is a fast-paced extreme sports game that lets kids skate as a junior version of eight-time world skateboarding champion, Andy Macdonald. The 2006 edition of Backyard Skateboarding features new challenges, missions, gear, power ups, and unlockables. The game also has easier controls and faster gameplay.

Backyard Sports: Baseball 2007

Backyard Sports: Baseball 2007

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 12, 2006

Backyard Baseball 2007 is the fifth iteration of the best selling youth baseball video game of all time and the only kid's game to hold the coveted Major League Baseball (MLB) and Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) licenses. Backyard Baseball 2007 features a roster full of top MLB pros as kids and includes all 30 MLB teams, uniforms, and logos. In addition, the game's kid-friendly, non-violent format, and high level of diversity makes it especially popular with parents.

Backyard Sports: Basketball 2007

Backyard Sports: Basketball 2007

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 14, 2006

Backyard Basketball 2007 delivers great b-ball action that happens in your backyard. Choose from a mix of Backyard Kids and pro NBA players, then get started playing the wackiest basketball game ever!

Backyard Sports: Football 2007

Backyard Sports: Football 2007

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 26, 2006

Backyard Football 2007 brings kid-sized professional football players and the Backyard Kids together for another round of arcade football. The game gives players total control of the style, location, pace, and strategy of the game. Spectacular graphics, crazy effects & addictive gameplay make Backyard Football 2007 a great way for young football fans to the game and live out their sports fantasy.

Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance

Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - January 13, 2004

This version of Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance follows the same story and has many gameplay similarities to the console release, but also differs from it significantly in presentation and gameplay features. Due to the limitations of the handheld platform, the game uses an isometric perspective with two-dimensional graphics. It retains the action RPG gameplay system of the console version; however, in this release, the player character is unable to jump. The player is only allowed to control a human character in this version (as opposed to the pre-made human, elf, and dwarf characters of...

Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever

Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 14, 2002

Ex-FBI agent Ecks and Ex-NSA operative Sever are back in another actio nfilled game. Freedom has been compromised and Ecks and Sever are pitted against each other as pawns in the underground trade of nuclear weapons. With little time to save the world from nuclear holocaust, every mission is the most important. Have you got what it takes?

Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge

Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 12, 2003

Gruntilda is back, and it's up to Banjo and Kazooie to stop her master plan. In Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge, you'll play as Banjo and follow him through six worlds rife with trials and contests. Some of the challenges you must overcome include solving puzzles, avoiding obstacles, and battling different enemies. Defeat your foes by using Banjo's array of combat moves. You can also seek help from witch doctors, who can transform Banjo into a mouse, a tank, and other creatures.

Banjo-Pilot

Banjo-Pilot

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - January 12, 2005

Banjo Pilot is a kart-style racing game which was originally slated to become "Diddy Kong Pilot." It features at least eight characters from the Banjo-Kazooie series, each with its own aircraft and storyline, including Banjo, Mumbo Jumbo, Humba Wumba, Guntilda, Klungo, Jolly Roger and Kazooie. The game includes link cable support for up to four players.

Barbie and The Magic of Pegasus

Barbie and The Magic of Pegasus

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 6, 2005

You can play the role of Princess Annika in Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus. The evil wizard Wenlock has cast a spell on the kingdom, and it is up to you to find the Wand of Light and break the spell. With the help of your pet polar bear cub and your magical winged horse, you can solve puzzles and play through fun games on your way to finding Wenlock and to saving the kingdom.

Barbie as The Island Princess

Barbie as The Island Princess

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 30, 2007

Barbie as The Island Princess follows the storyline of the popular DVD launch in a fun party-style format. You'll play as Rosella the shipwrecked princess who is raised by a "family" of animal friends and rescued by Prince Antonio from her tropical island. Through a series of mini-games featuring music and characters from the movie you will venture from Rosella's island home to the Prince's coastal castle in a fun-filled adventure!

The Barbie Diaries High School Mystery

The Barbie Diaries High School Mystery

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

Barbie Horse Adventures: Blue Ribbon Race

Barbie Horse Adventures: Blue Ribbon Race

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

Join Barbie on horseback and ride through 8 exciting locations in a race to the finish line! It’s the National Horse charity event and you’re invited to ride and compete in exciting events! Race through lush countryside, gallop around rock formations, canter down country roads and more! Use skill and speed to dodge obstacles like rocks, hay bales and forest animals! Run even faster and earn more points with special power-ups! It’s the ultimate horse race for you and Barbie!

Barbie in The 12 Dancing Princesses

Barbie in The 12 Dancing Princesses

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 30, 2006

Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses is the story of Barbie as Genevieve, 1 of 12 sisters who live happily with their father the king. Concerned that the high-spirited, independent princesses need more structure to become proper princesses, the king invites his cousin, the Dutchess Rowena to move into the castle. Rather than help, Rowina forbids the sisters from singing and dancing and squelches their individuality. The princesses discover a magical enchanted world and escape the tyranny of Rowena. But when Genevieve learns that their father's life is in danger, the sisters must unite to save...

Barbie Software: Groovy Games

Barbie Software: Groovy Games

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 4, 2002

Barbie Software: Groovy Games is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Digital Illusions and published by VU Games, which was released in 2002.

Barbie: The Princess and the Pauper

Barbie: The Princess and the Pauper

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 13, 2004

Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper is based on Barbie's home video take on the favorite fable. Erika are Anneliese beauties from two different worlds -- one a girl about town, the other a princess high in the land. When trouble starts in the kingdom, the two will have to solve puzzles and jump across dangers in 20 stages of adventure. Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper features two-player minigames and the ability to play as Erika, Anneliese, and even the royal cats Wolfie and Serafina!

Barnyard

Barnyard

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - August 1, 2006

Based on Paramount Pictures' and Nickelodeon Movies' theatrical release, this adventure game offers a humorous look at how farm animals really live when humans are not around. Players start as the new cow on the block and work their way though challenges to prove they are the biggest party animal of all.

Baseball Advance

Baseball Advance

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - March 20, 2002

Grab you bat and ball and get ready to hit a few homers! Whether you take your favorite MLB team through a full season or compete in the All-Star Game, you'll be throwing curve balls and fielding pop flies ar major league ballparks across the country. So batter up and play ball!

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