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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by JPH, Dec 28, 2007.
No images included in the file...I had to play this crap
Woah... I was right? I'd mentioned this quite some time ago, but the GBA version is so obscure I couldn't find solid confirmation of its release.
Wait this is Maya the Bee and not the real Bee Game, seems like someone is surfing on others fame...
Because of this game, the other one had to be called "The Bee Movie Game".
Maya the Bee is the European name and the "real Bee Game"? Do you mean The Bee Movie Game?
Maya the Bee came out before The Bee Movie Game did!
Yeah... I believe this is the first USA game to feature Maya the Bee. A series not as well known here.
Has no relation to The Bee Movie Game. Just came out alongside it, presumably for marketing reasons.
Pszczolka Maja !!! (Polish) I remember watching the show when I was a kid.
That was around 20 years ago. 20 years later and we have a crappy platformer.
Doraemon is better.
Doraemon is a f**cking time-traveling, robot from the future.
There was actually a Gameboy Color game called 'Maya The Bee & Her Friends' that was only released in Europe.
Don't doubt that was a crappy platformer like this one is :/
looks like it would be a fun tv show.
WOHOOO Thought GBA Died! O.o
It began to die last year. The GBA first ended in November 2006 for Japan, with Final Fantasy VI Advance as its end of retail games there.
you recon the list will hit 3000?
Not quite. But it could get close if rare undumped games, currently undumpable ones due to technical reasons, propers of existing releases with issues, etc are made.
I really doubt that it will hit 3000 GBA releases...2805 would be lucky.
GBA Releases are almost completely dead
But, I along with many others, still play ours everyday
Indeed. For that reason, I think there will eventually be 3000 games. Just look at the Gameboy Color games that are still dumped!
Well, then. I declare this the "Official 2008 GBA events" thread. Companies may have given up... But we will not! There is always room for new homebrew hardware and software, as well as tracking down the remaining games.
Currently, there's only 4 undumpable GBA games (all GBA Video carts). USA is now pretty well done...the may be a couple more unannounced stragglers, but it's pretty much done. Europe will still have a few here and there for probably 4-6 months before it finishes up.