GBAtemp Recommends! Guru Logi Champ G.R. Issue #7 (GBA) How did you find Sabre Wulf? Did you wolf it down? Welcome back! You are now reading the seventh issue of GBAtemp Recommends! - a weekly magazine feature in which we share our favourite Game Boy Advance titles. The games we recommend may be top titles from the GBA library, or they may be sleeper hits that flew by the radar, but one thing's certain, they're all fantastic games that deserve your play time! GBAtemp Recommends! Guru Logi Champ We thought we'd treat you to a puzzle game this week, and what better title to pick as the first puzzle game in the GBAtemp Recommends! library than this? Guru Logi Champ is simply one of the best pick-up-and-play puzzle games on the Game Boy Advance (or any system for that matter). If you enjoy a good challenge then you'll love this game. The game is kind of a mash-up between Picross and Pengo, with the object of the game being to "draw" a specific object by firing blocks into the play area - a large grid which has a few "base" blocks already set down for you to build around. You can spin the play field 90° to change where your blocks are shot, but may find the path obstructed by the preliminary blocks -- and there lies the challenge. You can also recall blocks you have fired, and remove them from the play field - which you may need, as you are only issued a certain amount of blocks per level! With some of the best presentation, graphics and sound effects on the GBA, this title is sure to make you smile. The game has a great story with some hilariously random cut-scenes, and the "Champs" as they're called are awesome little critters (you may have even seen them around GBAtemp and the net in avatars and sigs). Unfortunately the game never saw a release outside of Japan, and the majority of the text is in Japanese. But don't let that put you off, it's still very easy to find your way around and to play through the game without even the slightest knowledge of the language. Give this one a spin, we know you'll have a blast! If you're still unsure about the game, then there's even a 10 level PC demo of the game available for you to try. We're good to you, aren't we? On top of that, NTSC-uk has even (just recently) released a full blown "translation" for the game - no, not a patch unfortunately! But a very comprehensive guide which we've linked to below. (Thanks NTSC-uk and Sorrel Tilley).