Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 (GBA)
Arcade 30 May 2001
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 is a continuation of the arcade game published in 1999, signed with the name of the famous skateboarder. As in the original, players have the opportunity to test their skateboarding skills by playing as skateboard masters. Developers from Neversoft Entertainment studio have prepared several hundred spectacular tricks that can be performed while playing. The soundtrack of the game included songs by bands such as Rage Against the Machine, Papa Roach and Naughty by Nature.
Shrek 2: The Game (GBA)
Arcade 28 April 2004
Shrek 2: The Game is a program belonging to the genre of arcade games, which was created based on the second part of the animated film "Shrek". In the production, apart from the title character, we can also play a few other characters: Fiona and donkey, among others.
Brother Bear (GBA)
Arcade 04 November 2003
Brother Bear is an extremely dynamic arcade game addressed to the youngest PC users, although adults can also enjoy it. Its prototype is an animated film from Walt Disney's stable (Polish title: Mój Brat NiedŸwiedŸ / My Bear Brother), presenting the story of two brothers - Kenai and Koda, enchanted in a bear.
Asterix & Obelix XXL (GBA)
Arcade 18 June 2004
An extensive arcade game. The player plays the title characters - Asterix and Obelix. These heroes first appeared in 1959. Since then, they have seen, among other things, two fully-fledged screenings and a whole host of games (computer and console).
Arthur and the Invisibles (GBA)
Arcade 09 January 2007
Arthur and the Minimoys is an arcade book with clearly displayed adventure motifs, based on the cinema hit, distributed in Poland under the title Artur and Minimki. The film's prototype was created by the famous Luc Besson, the director of a memorable work called The Fifth Element, based on his children's book.
Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc (GBA)
Arcade 15 February 2003
The third installment in the series of adventures of the eponymous friendly hero. Released for PC Windows and consoles, the game is an action platformer. Rayman and his friends, Globox and Murfy, have to face the army of Hoodlums. As you play, you explore new, colorful locations, from beautiful, magical places to ruined areas inhabited by hostile creatures. Visually, the game looks better than the second installment — the textures and animations have been improved. The Game Boy Advance release, however, is a 2D platform game utilizing a side view perspective. In this edition, you need to find a cure for Globox, who accidentally swallowed the evil Dark Lum Lord. It is also worth noting that the production is among the visually best ones for Nintendo handhelds.
Hugo: The Evil Mirror (GBA)
Arcade 02 May 2002
Hugo: The Magical Mirror is an arcade game created for the youngest, produced and published by ITE Media APS. The title character, a friendly troll, is imprisoned in the mirror of the evil witch Scylla. The player's task is to help him get out of captivity and safely return home.
Metroid Fusion (GBA)
Arcade 18 November 2002
Two-dimensional action game belonging to the cult series Metroid. Again, as a modern armor-clad warrior Samus Aran, we have to face bloodthirsty aliens. The game resembles a typical platformer with shooting elements, but unlike most games of this genre, Fusion provides a lot of freedom of exploration.
Sonic Advance 3 (GBA)
Arcade 07 June 2004
The third part of one of the best GBA platformers is also the best representative of the series. Subsequent adventures of the supersonic hedgehog are also among the best positions in GBA history.
Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance (GBA)
Arcade 07 September 2002
Our friend was kidnapped! As soon as possible grab the whip, grind the jumps and rush to the Castle, where it lurks.... ON. But first you have to snatch a few hundreds of enemies in the trunk. And maybe then you will succeed.... win.
Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 (GBA)
Arcade 09 February 2002
In Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 Princess Peach was kidnapped by Koopa-King, Mario and Luigi set off on a journey through seventy-four levels to save me.
Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 (GBA)
Arcade 17 October 2003
Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 is the fourth installment of the cult series of platformers with a nice plumber in the title role. This time Mario and Luigi have to deal with the seven sons of Bowser, who managed to turn the rulers of the Mushroom World into animals.
LEGO Star Wars (GBA)
Arcade 29 March 2005
Another production of Traveller's Tales, a band known for its successful games, such as the "Traveller's Tales" and the "Traveller's Tales": Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex, Finding Nemo, or Crash Twinsanity. This time the studio took care of presenting the adventures of the heroes of Star Wars as block figures.
The Lost Vikings (GBA)
Arcade 28 March 2003
An arcade and logic game. It tells the adventure of three Vikings: Eryka Chy¿ego, Baleóg Srogiego and Olaf Têgiego, who have to defeat Tomator, the ruler of the planet Crouton and return home.
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (GBA)
Arcade 17 November 2003
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga is a Nintendo-produced RPG game with title plumbers in the main roles. Mario and Luigi embark on a dangerous journey to regain the lost voice of Princess Peach. The player controls the actions of both heroes, trying to use their unique skills in clashes with enemies.
Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs (GBA)
Arcade 27 October 2003
Another part of Spyro's adventures. Twelve different worlds full of finds and enemies waiting for our hero to explore.
Crash Bandicoot: Fusion (GBA)
Arcade 03 June 2004
Gentlemen and ladies from Vicarious Visions came up with the idea of combining two worlds known for their positions, in which the main characters are Crash and Spyro.
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (GBA)
Arcade 30 May 2002
Two-dimensional platformer, directly referring to the second episode of "Star Wars". We take control of one of the two characters. It can be Anakin Skywalker or Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Arcade 07 October 2005
W.I.T.C.H. is a platform game based on a series of comics with the same title, created by the author named Elisabetta Gnone. This cycle of five teenagers, chosen as a new defender of Kandrakaru - the centre of the universe. W.I.T.C.H. is an abbreviation formed from the first letters of the heroines' names: Will, Irma, Taranee, Cornelia and Hay Lin.
Star Wars: Jedi Power Battles (GBA)
Arcade 12 September 2001
Star Wars: Jedi Power Battles is an arcade game produced in 2001 by HotGen Studios, whose plot refers to the first episode of the Star Wars film saga.
Arcade 26 June 2007
Ratatouille is based on an animated film of the same name, created by the team from Pixar Animation Studios - a bastion of Toy Story, Finding Nemo (Where is Nemo?) and Cars (Cars). The role of the main character is played by Remy, who is quite an unusual rat. This protagonist loves good food, so he doesn't like it especially with his family.
Rayman: Hoodlum's Revenge (GBA)
Arcade 15 March 2005
Direct continuation of the popular platformer, Rayman 3, released exclusively on Game Boy Advance console only. This time our friendly hero will have to face the recent enemy Andre again. The stake is the fate of his friend Globox, and the whole world!
Arcade 11 June 2001
A colourful platformer, which gave rise to the popular series with Rayman in the lead role. Our friendly hero sets out to help the inhabitants of the Dreamland, imprisoned by the insidious Mr. Darek. In order to defeat him, he has to travel through six different and dangerous worlds.
Tony Hawk's Underground 2 (GBA)
Arcade 04 October 2004
The next installment of the famous arcade series. We play the role of a skater and perform crazy tricks, moving complex and at the same time filled with interactive objects boards.
Spider-Man 2: The Game (GBA)
Arcade 28 June 2004
The second entry in the series of third-person perspective action games about Spider-Man. The plot of the game is based on the movie under the same title. The player assumes the role of Peter Parker, a boy who gained spider superpowers during an accident in a laboratory. His main antagonist is Otto Octavius (in the criminal underworld known as Doctor Octopus), a scientist equipped with mechanical arms controlled by his brainwaves. Depending on the platform, the game has completely different mechanics and was developed by different studios. The main console version offers a fully three-dimensional open world with advanced physics and takes place in a faithfully recreated virtual version of Manhattan. Other versions have simplified mechanics that use features of side-scrolling action games and platform games.