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Army Men: Advance (Game Boy Advance)

Army Men: Advance Game Boy Advance Title screen

MISSING COVER

Everyone
ESRB Rating
Genre
Perspective
Theme
58
MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
3.8
MobyScore
5 point score based on user ratings.

Advertising Blurbs

www.nintendo.com.au:
    Graphically, the game developers have opted for an overhead view and a revamped, cartoonish style, but the gameplay and storyline scream "Classic Army Men action!" The despicable Tan General Plastro whips up another fiendishly clever plan for world domination, so it's up to Sarge (the Green Army's resident Rambo) to rally his men for another valiant attack.

    The gameplay is similar to Army Men for Game Boy Color, consisting mostly of runnin' and gunnin' through a human world where potted plants can easily be mistaken for redwoods. Players will guide Sarge through 17 clever environments, occasionally using tanks or gunboats to terrorise the Tans.

    Key Features · Travel between the Human World and Plastic Soldier World. · 17 Environments and sub-levels to explore. · Play as fearless Bravo Company leader Sarge or as Ace Reporter Vikki · Terrorise the Tans with five unique weapons: M16, M60, Flamethrower, Bazooka and Grenades · Foes include Tan Soldiers, Aliens, Dust Mites, Beetles, Robots, Wasps and the evil Plastro · Pilot tanks and boats · Experience a variety of challenges, from full-on combat to challenging puzzles and perplexing mazes. · Blow up vehicles, piggy banks, electrical outlets, tennis balls and other objects to find valuable power-ups and puzzle pieces · Use the Password entry feature to come back to the game at any point

    The Army Men franchise shines on Game Boy Advance, with responsive play control and bright, vibrant graphics. For anyone who's ever savoured the smell of plastic soldiers smouldering under a magnifying glass on a hot summer day, Army Men Advance delivers a solid blast of nostalgic fun.

    Contributed by Evil Ryu (53678) on Oct 07, 2005.

www.nintendo.com:
    Some things will never change. Weird Al will never stop kickin' out funky polkas, Nintendo will never stop improving the performance of Game Boy systems, and little Green Army Men will always wage war against tiny Tan Army Men.

    Veteran publisher 3DO has cashed in on this universal truth, capturing the eternal (and miniscule) battles of Green vs. Tan on both Nintendo 64 and Game Boy Color.

    Glasgow development house DC Studios opted for an overhead view and a revamped, cartoonish style, but the gameplay and storyline scream "Classic Army Men action!" The despicable Tan General Plastro whips up another fiendishly clever plan for world domination, so it's up to Sarge (the Green Army's resident Rambo) to rally his men for another valiant attack.

    The gameplay is similar to Army Men for Game Boy Color, consisting mostly of runnin' and gunnin' through a human world where potted plants can easily be mistaken for redwoods. Players will guide Sarge through 17 clever environments, occasionally using tanks or gunboats to terrorize the Tans.

    Key Features
  • Travel between the Human World and Plastic Soldier World.
  • 17 Environments and sub-levels to explore.
  • Play as fearless Bravo Company leader Sarge or as Ace Reporter Vikki
  • Terrorize the Tans with five unique weapons: M16, M60, Flamethrower, Bazooka and Grenades
  • Foes include Tan Soldiers, Aliens, Dust Mites, Beetles, Robots, Wasps and the evil Plastro
  • Pilot tanks and boats
  • Experience a variety of challenges, from full-on combat to challenging puzzles and perplexing mazes.
  • Blow up vehicles, piggy banks, electrical outlets, tennis balls and other objects to find valuable power-ups and puzzle pieces
  • Use the Password entry feature to come back to the game at any point

    The Army Men franchise shines on Game Boy Advance, with responsive play control and bright, vibrant graphics. For anyone who's ever savored the smell of plastic soldiers smoldering under a magnifying glass on a hot summer day, Army Men Advance delivers a solid blast of nostalgic fun.

    Contributed by Xoleras (66241) on Dec 23, 2004.