Release: Sep 9, 2001; ESRB: Everyone
Advance Wars is a turn-based tactics video game developed for the Game Boy Advance by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo in 2001. It was released in the USA on September 10, 2001, but put on hold in Japan and Europe due to the subsequent terrorist attacks in the USA.
2) Advance Wars 2
Release: June 23, 2003; ESRB: Everyone
Black Hole Rising is the second game in the Advance Wars series of video games, preceded by Advance Wars and followed by Advance Wars: Dual Strike, and Advance Wars: Days of Ruin. This quartet of games is a sub-series of the Nintendo Wars set of games.
3)The Sims: Busting Out
Release: December 19, 2003; ESRB: E for Comic Mischief, Mild Violence, Suggestive Themes
First handheld installment in EA's popular relationship sim. Players take control over a single Sim and ensure that he or she is living a healthy life. If the Sim's bladder's full, you need to seek out a toilet. If he stinks, send him to the showers. If he's bored, entertain him with the various items all over town. The GBA version of The Sims: Bustin' Out, like the console games, features a massive list of tasks to perform, mostly involving delivery of specific items from one place to another and a slew of mini-games, including mowing lawns, serving drinks, and building pizza pies.
4) Spongebob Squarepants: Supersponge
Release: December 31, 2002 ESRB: E for Comic Mischief
Hoppin' Clams! SpongeBob wants to give his friend Patrick Star an autograph from their favorite superheroes Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy, for his birthday. Help SpongeBob fulfill the quest to win their autographs!
5) Crash Bandicoot XS (aka The Huge Adventure)
Release: February 28, 2002 ESRB: E for Suitable for Persons Ages Six and Older.
Crash's first non-PlayStation outing, brought to the GBA as a side-scroller with 3D bonus stages. Dr. N Cortex, Crash's creator as well as his evil nemesis has world domination plans on a much smaller scale -- he's shrunk the planet to the size of a grapefruit while everyone's still on it. Which means our hero (along with the general public) is probably about ankle-high to a microbe or something...and that's pretty darn tiny. Cortex literally has the whole world in his hands now, and it's up to Crash Bandicoot to make it through the game's four worlds of five levels, collecting crystals that'll, hopefully, return the planet and its inhabitants to their rightful size.
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