Dr. Mario & Puzzle League: Nintendo GBA Game Review
Two classic video games, Dr. Mario and Puzzle League, just got crammed into one GBA game! These are both games you've seen before on the original Nintendo or N64, but now you can take 'em with you and play anywhere. Here's a review of each game, and how cool it is to have them together.
Dr. Mario GBA Review
Dr. Mario is a Tetris-ish puzzle game where colored pills start to stack up and it's up to you to flip 'em and match 'em to make 'em disappear. You can play a single-player mode, against the GBA, or against a friend with a link cable.
Puzzle League GBA Review
This game used to be called Pokemon Puzzle League when it was on the N64. It's a stack 'em and match 'em game, like Dr. Mario, but with different shaped blocks rather than colored pills. You can play single, and multiplayer, modes in this game too.
Dr. Mario & Puzzle League Combo-Game Review!
Combining these games is like combining ketchup and KD - they're perfect together! Both are terrific puzzle games that'll keep you playing for hours. The best news about this combo is that you only need one copy of the game to play multiplayer, so you can whup all your friends without needing two copies.
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