Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 1, 2000
Pilot one of four toy helicopters through the treacherous terrain of your backyard, the local playground, picnic areas and nearby beaches. Engage in both air-to-air and air-to-ground combat with enemies ranging from battleships to butterflies. Utilize the unique abilities of each 'copter to battle armies of mutant insects; destroy rampaging remote control cars; blow up sand castles; and save Sarge from being melted by kids with magnifying glasses. Real combat. Plastic men.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 6, 2001
Re-live the best moments of the classic movie, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial in this GBA title. Search for the parts to the transmitter and put it together so that E.T. can contact his homeworld (aka "Phone Home") then evade the police, FBI and scientists to get to the spaceships landing spot. Play as both E.T. and Elliott in fully interactive environments, playing levels based on key scenes in the movie (such as the home contact, bike chase and more).
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 4, 2001
The popularity of the original film lives on, and thus an update on the time-honored story. The movie that rocketed Tom Cruise's popularity to its height makes for an excellent game, as TOP GUN: Firestorm is packed with the dogfights, strategy, and interpersonal tensions that made its source material so cool. You'll pilot an F-14 Tomcat through many levels of training, fighting, and trick flying. The four different terrain types provide a wide variety of unique challenges for would-be aces, and the collection of enemy fighters is mighty, to say the very least. There are 12 missions in all, and...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 27, 2000
In Ultimate Fighting, anything goes. From disciplined martial arts techniques to freestyle wrestling, every form of fighting is represented. Now, Ultimate Fighting makes it way to the Game Boy Color with ULTIMATE FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP. You can choose from eight different fighters, each with different fighting styles and abilities. Once in the ring, you have full control over your fighter's movement. Oncoming attackers can be easily avoided by moving up or down, which gives the game a pseudo-3D feel. Get used to the controls and learn how to utilized a fighter's strengths and weaknesses in the...