GameBoy Advance - Action Adventure
A game with a built in Solar sensor to ensure plenty of outdoor gaming!
Garfield and his Nine Lives GBA
Garfield and his Nine Lives is a GameBoy Advance adventure game featuring the always hungry tabby cat and his cartoon friends.
GBA Spyro: Season of Ice
Spyro: Season of Ice brings the famous fire-breathing dragon to the Game Boy Advance. What a treat! He´s got his moves down, and is rescuing fairies!
GBA Tom Clancy´s Splinter Cell
We´ve played Splinter Cell on the XBox and PS2 and loved it. Even though the GBA version is far simpler, it´s still quite fun!
Gunstar Super Heroes GBA
Gunstar Super Heroes is a new game based on a traditional Sega sidescroller. With unlimited ammo and unlimited enemies, this is a fine way to kill time in line.
Metroid - Zero Mission
A remake of the first Metroid game, with some new features.
Metroid Fusion: The True Sequel
Metroid Fusion is the REAL continuation of the Metroid Saga, as Metroid Prime takes place at about 1.5. If you like the Metroid story, get this!
Namco Museum GBA Classics
Namco Museum lets you play old Atari classics on your GameBoy Advance. These include Galaga, Galaxian, Dig Dug, Pole Position, and Ms. Pac-Man!
Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire
Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, two different versions of the latest Pokemon adventure for Game Boy Advance, are both incredibly improved over previous games.
Robots was a popular animated kid´s movie, and Robots GBA lets you play in that same world on your GameBoy Advance. It´s a good game for casual gamers.
A Diablo-esque hack-and slash for the GBA!
The Hobbit for the GBA
Are you a fan of the Lord of the Rings series? Then you definitely need to pick up The Hobbit, to learn how Bilbo found that magical ring.
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
Game Boy Advance players get a treat with The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. The game is gorgeous. That is, when it runs properly.
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