Sequel to Kuru Kuru Kururin, Kururin Paradise is a Japan-exclusive GBA title that has one of the best Single-Pak linking multiplayer experiences on Nintendo’s handheld. Not only are there 30 race courses (similar to the original) but the developers [...]
Exclusive to Japan and PAL regions, Kuru Kuru Kururin was a GBA launch title in 2001. Despite the early release, this stick spinning simulator has one of the better Single-Pak link multi-boot modes on the system. Up to 4 players can compete in a [...]
ESPN International Winter Sports 2002 is a sports game compilation that has 10 Single-Pak multiplayer events for up to 4 players. Let’s go through each one and see if they qualify for the gold. This is Single-Pak link!
Bomberman Quest’s 2-player link cable multiplayer mode has some restrictions – it is 1v1 only due to the hardware limitations, and players must unlock items in the single player campaign for use in the multiplayer mode. However, for a 2 player [...]
Tennis, along with Baseball and Golf, released as launch window titles for the original Gameboy in 1989. Out of the generically named Nintendo sports title, Tennis, in my opinion, is the best. I provide 2 reasons in my video why 1989 Gameboy Tennis is [...]
Dragon Dance, by Natsume and Crave, is an Arkanoid/Pong clone for Nintendo’s Gameboy Color handheld that you probably never played. Besides having creative design (your paddle is a dragon that shrinks with each ball lost and curls when not moving), [...]
Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto’s Rampage + Spyro Orange: The Cortex Conspiracy have two completely different single player games but share the same multiplayer modes. You can also trade cards between both cartridges. Just keep in mind, this [...]
There are a total of four Single-Pak multiboot mini games in Disney’s Party but three of them must be unlocked by playing through the horrible Single Player mode a few times. None of them are particularly great or worth the hassle to connect link [...]