Saturday Afternoon Fashion Roundup, Pokémon-Style

I’ve been defeating more enemy trainers in Pokémon Diamond this afternoon, and here’s a couple pics of my handsomely fashioned Rock-type buddies nicknamed after the enemies from Quake II:

Icarus the Aerodactyl

Enforcer the Rampardos

And speaking of, I’m looking forward to playing Quake II for the Nintendo 64 on my Project64 emulator someday in the future before I get my hands on the remastered version of the game.

Checking Out Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance Of The GBA Type

I’ve been checking out Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance of the GBA variety. Here’s a screenshot of what the gameplay looks like:

Scorpion doing a 10-hit combo with 69% damage. Giggity!

Anyways, this is pretty much my least favorite MK game of all time because each fighter in the game has only one fatality instead of two, and it has no stage fatalities.

Hooray! Something I’m finally good at in the Mortal Kombat games.

Another reason why is because I kept getting my ass handed to me by the AI on normal difficulty, but at least I finally beat it on that difficulty after several failed attempts. But yeah, I had a lot fun but that was super intense.

More Game Boy Fun With Splitz

I’ve been playing some more Splitz on a gorgeous sunny day, and I have conquered three more levels in this game. Here are three more pictures of celebrities that I have assembled in those levels:

Marilyn Monroe in Level 4

John Wayne in Level 5

Freddie Mercury, the lead singer of Queen, in Level 6

I even mastered the next bonus level and earned an extra life. So now I’m at the point where I’m halfway there to beating this game. 🙂

Uh-Oh! I Got The Splitz!!

I’ve been checking out Splitz for the Game Boy. It’s a remake of the 1986 computer game Split Personalities where you can push pieces horizontally or vertically with the goal being to recreate a picture which can be shown at any time by pressing the B button. Here’s a picture of the gameplay:

However; the player will lose a life if a puzzle is not completed fast enough or the bomb explodes after five seconds. Anyways, I managed to clear the first three levels including the first bonus level:

Abraham Lincoln in Level 1

Albert Einstein in Level 2

Elvis Presley in Level 3

First Bonus Level Completed!

I might have to come back into playing this game because it’s really fun but extremely difficult to master. 🙂

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