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.

Fun with Family Feud for the Game Boy Advance

Last night I decided to check out Family Feud for the GBA. Here’s a screenshot of the gameplay:

Unfortunately nobody in the survey said that and the game gave me a strike because I was thinking of TF2 for a moment.

Either way, I have managed to defeat the computer family and beat the game by scoring 200+ points in the bonus round and winning the $20,000 grand prize:

This game is alright but definitely not my cup of tea even though I finished it. However; what I like about this game is you can customize family members and also edit their names:

But yeah, it takes all types to play this fun game. πŸ˜‰

Fun With Bookworm For The Game Boy Advance

I found a GBA game that looks similar to Scrabble Blast, and that is Bookworm. It’s a puzzle game where the objective is to link letters and create words to feed the hungry bookworm while trying to keep the fiery red letters from reaching the bottom of your library or else the game is over. Also, you’ll be rewarded with bonus letters if you make long words. Here’s the gameplay of what I’m talking about:

I’m currently at level 15 right now, and I’ve been currently ranked Editor after completing the previous level:

I think this will be a good place to do a checkpoint because I’m heading off to rippify some sprite sheetifications. Goodnight!

Current Gaming Mood: Mighty Beanz Pocket Puzzle

I’ve been playing around with some Mighty Beanz Pocket Puzzles tonight. It’s a puzzle game for the GBA where you must swap and combine pieces of the Beanz together to successfully match their upper and lower halves to make them whole again. The more you match, the more points you score in this game. Here’s a screenshot of the gameplay:

I have now reached level 4 in this game, and I think I’ll plan on taking a break to play this game until I feel like it.

The stats in this game will show your current score, how much time taken, combos and number of Beanz after you complete a level. It’s a really fun puzzle game for the GBA, and I’m happy with that. πŸ™‚

Pocket Billiards Fun Time

I decided to check out a Japanese Game Boy Color sports game called ‘Pocket Billiards: Funk The 9 Ball’:

Here’s a screenshot of the actual gameplay:

You’re playing a game of pool against various computer players, and the objective is to sink the 9 ball last and get the most balls in order to win the game.

What I like about this game, is there’s an instant replay feature after the 9 ball is sunk down.

This is a lot of fun. I’m so adding this to my private collection. πŸ˜€

Having Fun with Caesars Palace Too

I’ve been playing some Caesars Palace II for the Game Boy Color this evening. This is a sequel to Caesars Palace, and it’s similar to the original. But this time you play as an unnamed male protagonist which can be named. You start out with $2,000 and are later given a $10,000 credit limit by the cashier:

After that, you can walk around the casino floor to choose which game you wish to play.

Big 6

Video Poker



Video Poker Hold’em/Stud Challenge

Unlike the first Caesars Palace game, you must win enough money to enter high roller areas. Which means the more money you accumulate, the more fancy-looking your character’s clothes will be. So far I have entered all the high roller areas, wore the most fanciest clothes, and reached over one millions dollars. Awesome!

I just wish the money and the fancy clothes were real. πŸ™‚

I nailed the best ending in Caesars Palace

I’ve been playing around some more Caesars Palace on the VisualBoyAdvance just for the heck of it and I managed to cash out three quarters of a million dollars! I won huge amounts of “money” in Video Poker, Roulette, Blackjack and the Money Wheel:

After “cashing out” $750,000 I got an awesome hot rod that can send my way back to my hamster headquarters. πŸ™‚

What I like about this best ending is the hot rod jingle sound because I find that quite catchy, and I also like the sign that lets me know that I’m leaving Vegas after beating the game:

I just wish the car and the money were real! 😍

Some fun with Caesars Palace for the Game Boy

I decided to try out a new (old) game on my VisualBoyAdvance emulator called Caesars Palace for the original Game Boy. You start off with some “cash” as you play games in the casino such as Slots, Video Poker and Money Wheel:

It’s fun to play but sometimes hard to win. I like playing that is because I remember playing the old Windows version of the game way back in the Windows XP era. Jackpot!

Famicom Mini Fun Time!

I’ve been experimenting on Famicom Mini games on my Visual Boy Advance emulator, and here are a few screenshots of Famicom Mini games that have been tested successfully:

Mario Bros.

Dig Dug


My future plans are to play more Famicom games; such as Ice Climbers, Clu Clu Land and Super Mario Bros.

Face Creator Glitches in Ultimate Card Games

I have been making new characters with the Face Creator in Ultimate Card Games for the Game Boy Advance on my VisualBoyAdvance emulator last year. I was modifying some things for a various character when suddenly their face becomes glitched and multicolored for some strange reason. Here are a few screenshots of what happened to the characters’ faces after the glitch occurred:

I find that really weird every time that happened. πŸ˜›

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