Advance Wars was one of the first GBA titles to make a quality effort with the Single-Pak functionality. Honestly, players are probably better off playing the VS Mode (pass the console to your opponent when your turn is over) than this multi-boot mode but it does feature 3 unique maps. There is no stage select screen, something that was fixed in the sequel, but players can use the Yield option to jump to the next map.
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