Advertising BlurbsBack of Box - GBA (US):
The simple yet compelling quality of Dr. Mario has made it an enduring classic that continues to infect new fans. Many games have imitated Dr. Mario, but none have succeeded in replicating it. An experiment gone awry has unleashed a slew of viruses onto Mushroom Kingdom Hospital! Help Dr. Mario battle these nasty bugs by throwing multi-colored vitamins at them. Play alone for hours of fun, or spread the Dr. Mario bug to a friend and compete in two-player mode.
Contributed by Alrightya (312) on Jun 11, 2005.
Your game will begin by showing you a bottle that has viruses of three different colors inside it. Mario will then toss vitamins (of the same three colors) into the bottle. Using the controller and the A and B Buttons, you must position the vitamins on same-color viruses. When you get four of one color (horizontally or vertically), you will clear that line of vitamins and viruses. You can score more points if you're able to clear more than one line at a time. The strategy comes in knowing when not to clear a line, so you can set up to clear multiple lines.
You can adjust the number of viruses and the speed at which the capsules drop. This game offers 24 levels of increasingly difficulty. With Dr. Mario's two-player Game Link mode, you can test your medical skills against a friend's. Dr. Mario is a puzzle fan favorite, and possibly one of the best road-trip games ever made.
Contributed by Evil Ryu (51609) on Apr 26, 2005.
The games that defined an era are ready to go on your Game Boy Advance!
Help Dr. Mario cure a virus outbreak in this compelling puzzler. Use the Game Boy Advance Wireless Adapter or the Game Boy Advance Game Link cable to play the game head-to-head with a friend!
Be sure to check out all the games in the second Classic NES Series: Castlevania, Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, Metroid and Dr. Mario. Each will be available at a special MSRP of $19.99.
Contributed by Xoleras (66312) on Dec 27, 2004.
White-coated Mario must vanquish pesky little viruses trapped in a bottle. Toss the two-tone capsules at red, blue and yellow beasties. Spin and redirect the capsules as they fall. Connect four capsule halves or viruses of the same color in a column or row, and poof! all will vanish.
Link up with a friend for frenetic multiplayer anti-viral action! You can use either the Game Boy Advance Game Link Cable or the new GBA Wireless Adapter. The goal is to eliminate all viruses before your friend. Two out of three wins!
Contributed by gamewarrior (5069) on Nov 07, 2004.
It's Dr. Mario for an intense new challenge! Mario throws multi-shaded vitamin capsules into a bottle that contains an ugly variety of nasty viruses. you can move, shift or spin the capsules as they fall. Arrange them to align with other capsules on top of a virus. If you can get 4 or more of the same shade in a row, POOF! They disappear! Destroy all of the viruses in the bottle and you progress to the next round where things get even more difficult.
Dr Mario, with germs that are fun to catch.
Contributed by Corn Popper (69534) on Oct 12, 2002.