If you’ve been looking for old school games for your GameBoy Advance, aka GBA, but haven’t found an exhaustive list, we have good news for you. There is no need to browse from site to site to find different GBA games because we bring you the ultimate GBA games list in all popular categories. If you have a working GBA handheld or have downloaded an emulator for your PC, the list below will definitely come in handy.
Best GBA Games of All Time
Below in this article you can read about the best game boy advance (GBA) games of all time:
Metal Slug Advance
SNK Palmore’s most popular shooter has finally made its way onto the Gameboy Advance. Metal Slug Advance is the only Metal Slug title available for the GBA. It is one of the best action games available on the platform. You can play as completely new heroes and cross enemy territory by vehicle or on foot. There are countless weapons and vehicles to choose from, and the gameplay is fast and exciting. If you’ve never played a Metal Slug title before, this is the perfect one to get you started with the game.
Arguably one of the best Pokemon games ever made for the GBA. Pokemon Emerald is the full version which combines the advantages of Pokemon Ruby and Pokemon Sapphire in one game and gives you an epic journey. You take on the world with your Pokemon and train them to become the champion. Pokemon Emerald adds many new Pokemon that are not available in other variants of the game. There are even extra areas and time-consuming post-game missions, making it an amazing RPG adventure on GBA.
Not quite as good as other iterations of the same game on different platforms but Fifa 07 nevertheless managed to become an amazing sports game on the GBA. The graphics were of poor quality and the gameplay quite basic, but it was one of the most exciting games in the GBA which featured many teams from all over the world and from different leagues. The game featured high level players which made playing GBA a lot of fun. There was also no minute-by-minute commentary on the GBA build, but that was purely due to the hardware limitations of the GBA.
Super Mario Bros
The classic, golden game that redefined the platformer genre and brought something amazing to everyone. The game that introduced us to all-time favorite characters, Mario, and his green brother, Luigi. This is the game that made us chase Bowser through his 8 castles to find Princess Peach. Each castle has a false princess to the last, which contains both the original Bowser and the original Princess. The game is simple. Just run and jump from side to side of the map while collecting coins and treats along the way.
Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo
You know them from the famous fighting franchise, Street Fighter, but this time around, all of these characters have come out in battle with a more bewildering style. In Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, you choose one of the famous Street Fighters and pit them against each other in timed puzzle action. You have to eliminate the gems from your half, each time you complete a gem combo or start a chain reaction, your opponent will receive unusable gems that are of no use to them. You must get rid of all your jewels before your opponent to win the game. Each time you perform a combo, your character will perform a signature move to harm your opponent.
All the games mentioned above are available on GBA and some of them are even available on other platforms. If you don’t have a GBA, you can find one or you can just download an emulator for your PC to play GBA games. However, you must own the GBA games in order to play them with your emulator.
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