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The Powerpuff Girls: Bad Mojo Jojo

The Powerpuff Girls: Bad Mojo Jojo

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 14, 2000

The Powerpuff Girls make their first appearance on the Game Boy Color with POWERPUFF GIRLS: Bad Mojo Jojo. You take the role of Blossom, who is known for her intelligence. Blossom must punch and kick her way through levels filled with puzzles that need solving, and she's got to collect all of the icons in each level. Some of them are power-ups that allow Blossom to use an ice beam to temporarily freeze her enemies, while others are artwork that can be traded between the three POWERPUFF GIRLS games. Ultimately, Blossom must come face to face with her nemesis, Mojo Jojo. Will Blossom be able to...

The Powerpuff Girls: Battle HIM

The Powerpuff Girls: Battle HIM

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - February 27, 2001

One of three POWERPUFF GIRLS games released together on the Game Boy Color, THE POWER PUFF GIRLS: Battle Him cats you in the role of the lovable Bubbles. Bubbles' nurturing personality shines in the video game, as you help her collect power-ups and battle the infamous, evil "Him." She might be an elementary school student, but she'll prove just how dedicated she is to crime fighting, as you help Bubbles shoot her way through level after level of original action. Many of the items that you collect throughout the adventure can be traded for others via friends playing the other POWERPUFF GIRLS...

The Powerpuff Girls: Mojo Jojo-A-Go-Go

The Powerpuff Girls: Mojo Jojo-A-Go-Go

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 1, 2001

Blossom, Buttercup and Bubbles, are flying on the GameBoy Advance. It seems that Mojo Jojo has stolen the city's jewels and has used them to power an army of cybernetic robots called "Mobots". With the Mobots unleashing a reign of terror on Townsville, it is up to The Powerpuff Girls to defeat Mojo Jojo and his minions and stop that bad little monkey from taking over Townsville!

The Powerpuff Girls: Paint the Townsville Green

The Powerpuff Girls: Paint the Townsville Green

Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 1, 2000

The Powerpuff Girls return to the Game Boy Color with their second game, POWERPUFF GIRLS: Paint the Townsville Green. This time around, the evil Gangrene gang is causing trouble in the city and it is up to Buttercup to battle through the town and stop them. Since she is known for her physical strength, Buttercup uses it throughout the game to destroy enemies and anything else that gets in her way. Of course, all this fighting can wear on a girl, but the power-ups scattered throughout the levels will help aid the fight. Along with the power-ups, there are collectable items hidden in the game as...

Sports Illustrated for Kids: Baseball

Sports Illustrated for Kids: Baseball

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 2, 2001

Sports Illustrated for Kids Baseball will combine extensive player development, player trading, team management and arcade-style play into a unified system of game play. Kids can assemble a team, name their team, choose a team uniform style and then train their players to make them better and advance through the leagues. Plus, two friends can link up their Game Boy Advances for hours of gaming fun - the only baseball game on the GBA that offers multiplayer capabilities!

Sports Illustrated for Kids: Football

Sports Illustrated for Kids: Football

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - August 31, 2003

This is your team, and you can run it any way you see fit! Assemble your squad, come up with a menacing name, choose a style for your uniforms, and then put your athletes through a rigorous training camp in hopes of fielding the best bunch ever to hit the turf! There are no official licenses to stand in the way of the detailed action, leaving the burden on the game to deliver realistic gameplay at every turn. As your players become more experienced, their skill levels will increase and you’ll get a chance to see new special effects. There are tons of hidden bonuses such as power-ups and...

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