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Admittedly it’s not all that original, but Bust-A-Move Millennium is the perfect Game Boy game. Like Tetris and Solitaire before for it, it promises to suck precious hours from you life and leave you wondering, like Ray Milland,"What happened to the weekend." You will play this until your extremities go numb. Bust-A-Move Millennium proudly stands in that small group of games that will never be shelved out of boredom or fatigue.
If you judge the game based on the screenshots, you may think that there haven't been many changes to the last edition of Bust-a-Move on the Game Boy Color. The graphics have only been given a slight facelift, but the options have been overhauled with more features. The new edition removes the pulley element from last year's version -- a shame, too, since I really enjoyed that addition. The game rocks as a two-player game, though, so you'd best find another person with the game and challenge him or her to a bubble-popping riot.
Pocket Magazine / Pockett Videogames
Les graphismes aussi sont améliorés. Ils sont très colorés même si certaines sortes de billes se ressemblent encore. On aurait aimé avoir des décors de fond d’écran. La jouabilité n’est pas mauvaise mais le canon aurait pu être un poil plus précis. Quant à la musique, elle est très entraînante. Ceux n’ayant aucune version de ce jeu peuvent foncer!
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All in all, Bust-A-Move Millennium can only be as good as the sum of its parts, and that sum is, again, Bust-A-Move. If you've never tried the game before and love puzzle games, then it should please you. If you like Bust-A-Move but aren't sure if its worth the investment, that's a bit tougher to call. But it certainly is worth it if you have a friend to go up against. In the end, it is similar to its predecessors, but as since they're all, at their backbone, a decent game, it's hard to go wrong with Bust-A-Move Millennium.