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Dr. Sonic for Game Boy Advance
Dr. Sonic for Game Boy Advance is released on 2003 and 2004. It seen on 103 and 173 in 1 Game Paks.
Different from the NES versions:
* Black Ticket with Dr. Sonic, Blue Virus and Cursor
* White screen left of Dr. Sonic and Blue Virus with Black 1P/2P Game and 1996 Word
* 1996 appears intead of (c) 1990 Nintendo
* Virus not move in bottle
Title and Game Screens
* Dr. Mario logo not appear
Game and system sold separately.
A classic? No way!
Dr. Mario is a sad excuse for a NES and arcade classic. This wanna be Tetris is terrible and brings dishoner to our console games. The concept of fighting strange viruses is weird (I'll give it to the creators, it's original.) The graphics are so-so and my least favorite format; on the virge of 8-bit and 16-bit. The music is catchy but the sound of it is an irritating screech. Those of you who like this, go for it. It is also too difficult for players and the worse part is that this is going to be in jewel cases! Whazup wit dat?
This is an excellent game and if you were looking for a version of Tetris that was more challenging, than DR MARIO was for you. This game is sometimes very tricky, but it's very fun as well.
The object of the game is to match the colors of the pills that are being dropped onto the viruses below and by doing this killing them off, one by one. I really don't carw what anyone says but this game rocked. In Tetris, the challenge was to clear lines that are at the bottom and they build up. In DR MARIO you had to play the boards as they were giben and in most cases, the viruses were all over the place so placing some of the pills in the wrong place could come back to haunt you.
Like I said, the challenge to this game is great and it never got tired. Really check out DR MARIO it's worth it!
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