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shouldn't this project focus on completing the remaining GB games before pushing towards covering the GBC games?
I see the GBC as being fairly intertwined with the monochrome GB. Not only was the GBC basically a continuation device that was out for a couple of years before the GBA released, but the majority of GBC games are in fact playable on a regular Game Boy unit, including Pokemon Gold and Silver.
On other notes, I am claiming Spider Man 3: Invasion of the Spider-Slayers for later (as in, by the end of the month). That said, here is an updated list of game manuals I have for still unFAQed games. If you want to do a guide for one of these games claim it here and I will (try) to get you a scan. A couple of these are I think up on Nintendoage still though, and Klax might be similar enough to the Arcade game for a cross-link.
I am ordering in some more as well.
Dragon's Lair F-15 Strike Eagle Ishido The Way of Stones Jeep Jamboree Klax Last Action Hero Pyramids of Ra The Rugrats Movie Sports Illustrated Championship Football and Baseball Star Trek the Next Generation Street Racer Tecmo Bowl Top Gun Guts & Glory Turrican Accolade WWF King of the Ring
Feels to me like this was EA Sport's laziest hour. After screwing around for about half an hour, the only change I can detect that they made over the previous year's version was a new title change and adding in a couple of new teams. Which, in this game, amounts to a palette swap.
Also, Darkstar/GBA, if you wouldn't mind, could you send me the manual to Pyramids of Ra? I don't need it right now (Puzznic is supposed have to 128 levels, which'll keep me busy for a fair while), but sometime in the next week would be good.
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Also, Pyramids of Ra does not have nearly 8,000 levels. It has over 24,000. That is what the manual says, at least.
On the bright side, if you get to the final level, you can take a picture of it and send it to the office of Matchbox, the developing company, to get a special Certificate of Completion. The game was released 237 months ago but they still might be around!
Man, I just checked that out. That's pretty insane. What's the plan with that one? General strategies I suspect? XD I'd like to see a full walkthrough, but that would mean something like 2000 hours of work if a level took five minutes to work out how to complete it and write it down.
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