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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Oct 13, 2006.
1024 Mbits!, I hope it have some incredible multimedia shizzles.
From the .nfo:
That´s funny in many ways
For Supercard users:
Faster Game Play: Y
Enable "Patch Cartridge Access" Compatibility: High
for m3 users:
1 x dma, safe mode
works fine and it's actually fun too...
If only it had an English language option as well
At least it has catchy title music and interesting sayings.
Dees game halp m,e greaet wieth mine english, I later weel be greaet profeessoor.
Me end famiely ahre speaek fleuant you're lenguaege nohw.
Greeted you're from Holland!
EDIT: I fiex liettle wrong I taype in mehssage of mine.
Yoo art suck phonie!
I'd like a "Japanese Training" game one day...
jes me tu netherlaands tanks to the game i speek verry greet english
Edit: Woow after playing it 2 times my english skills have grown out of proportions !
It really doesn't allow you to play it in English? Haha, that's funny. Too bad too, because a lot of people on various forums on the internet could use a tuning up on their spelling/grammar.
works on G6 lite (safe mode)
haha why do dutch people always think that their english is so good
This is release in Europe and isn't England part of Europe?
The English need no help speaking English...
Not typically true.
If you say all English borns speak good English, then you're saying all human babies whould grow up to have average intellegence or what so ever.
Oh sweet! I've been waiting for this. The status of my English grammar and language skills has been declining greatly in the past few years.
But, if you can find this game, and you have a DS, and a flashcard and you mage to make this game run on your flashcard... I think this game can´t teach you anything.
Damn, I'm level S from the first test... I guess I won't learn much by this piece of bloatware...
There are two types of English people, those who speak proper English and those who make animal sounds that once resembled the English language. The latter would certainly find this partly useful, although ultimately pointless as they would never be capable of learning it properly