GBA #2784 - SpongeBobs Atlantis SquarePantis (USA)

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    ^^release-2784^^
     


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    whoa wtf is spongebob doing to patrick in that action shot














    should it be the other way around
     
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    [​IMG] at screenshot.

    It's amazing this show has been on since 1999.
    This game looks decent...I've played 2 other ones which were fun.
     
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    Woohoo!!! Another spongebob game!!! [​IMG]
     
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    Such a good action game! I like SpongeBobs! [​IMG]

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    quit spamming, it discredits your product.
     
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    This is a nice GBA game.
    It's dissapointing how you have to keep up with the passwords...I recommend using RealTimeSave if you've got it.

    The levels are pretty long and you attack jellyfish and enemies by either blowing a bubble at them, or licking them!

    Anyways, it's a good game. Give SpongeBob a try, even if the last attempts of playing a fun SpongeBob game have phailed.
    Long live the GBA.
     
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    do u think DS will die when it reaches its 2700th release or so? if so, we are not too far.
     
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    It has already reached the 2700th release =/ But I'm sure you mean "2800th". Anyway, it's possible, but highly improbable. There are only two more games programmed to get a release... we would need 14 more [​IMG]
     
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    There are a lot of undumped games still. Some due to technical reasons. Like the feature-length GBA Video movies. No existing dumping tools support them, which therefore also means they cannot be run in any flash cart or emulator.
     
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    Technically, there's not that many of those GBA videos that can't be dumped. There's 4 for the US, and I'm not aware of any others for Eur/Jap. The Japanese list is mainly "not for sale" carts that are virtually impossible to find.
     
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    Yeah, I believe it is 4.

    Shrek
    Shrek 2
    Shark Tale
    Shrek & Shark Tale (the largest retail GBA cartridge ever produced)
     
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    That's just a two pack. It's not 2-movies-in-one cart.

    Your first three are correct. I've been drawing a blank on the 4th, so I looked it up. It's Disney Channel Collection - Volume 2.

    The reason they are undumpable is that there's two ROM chips, or something like that.

    I've seen them inside and out. But given their physical interior differences, that's the reason.
     
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    Thanks! I've been wanting accurate info on this kind of issue. Of course, without the carts, dumping tools, or technical knowledge of GBA hardware, I likely wouldn't be very helpful... [​IMG]
     
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    I don't doubt the quality of the game, but I still consider Nick and THQ for releasing a GBA game.

    Just this weekend, all new GBA games have officially been moved to used status in nearly every GameStop. This means that you can get all of your favorite catridges dirt cheap, but this also means that any company stupid enough to send out a new GBA game is likely to lose money.
     
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    ^ Yes. That same offer applies to GameCube also!
     
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    Shrek & Shark Tale (the largest retail GBA cartridge ever produced)

    How big is it?
     
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    It's hard to say, cause it can't be dumped.

    But considering it's a full length movie, it could be 512Mbit, or it could be 256Mbit but using a special compression method. It's hard to tell at this point. They don't use standard ROM chips.
     

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