Best GBA games that are compatibles...

Discussion in 'Supercard' started by gaboumafou, Jun 15, 2007.

  1. gaboumafou
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    Hello!

    Since the GBA support for the slot2 Supercard series is quite limited, it would be a good idea to point out the best games that can be perfectly played on the Supercard, be them well known or more obscures. It would also be cool to add a little description when games aren't well known. I start with two really good games.


    Rhythm Tengoku

    It's a japanese music game by the creator of Wario Ware. There is a big variety of minigames, but they're all based on rhythm. It's as crazy as WW, and is as fun as his little brother, if it's not even more. Really recommended to Ouendan/Wario Ware fans! Perfectly playable on SC.

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    Ninja Five-O

    An "old-school" side-scrolling game. It's a good mix between platform, action, puzzle and stealth. And it got a ninja! Perfectly playable on SC.

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    Also, Kingdom Hearts: Chains of Memories is working, but with small slowndowns in battles. But it's still completely playable (I finished it on my SC CF).





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    PS: I know compatibility lists are available on the internet, but the goal of this thread is to discover the BEST games that are playable on a Supercard.
     
  2. sidneyyoung

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    Of course all the 'marios' which are all playable with 'bare' patching (just saver patch, enable save) and then 'prefetchpatched'... mind that QPC style saving has to be used.
     
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    Summon Night: Swordcraft Story is a must have and works pretty well.
     
  5. Torte

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    I think this goes without saying... Castlevania! Metroid's are good too, although there is a bit more slowdown than with KHCoM I believe.