Jet Grind Radio Advance (or just simply the Game Boy Advance version of Jet Set Radio) is a 2003 video game published by THQ for North American and Atari for Eu...
Three Ignition Entertainment games on one cartridge.
Released on the same year of Power Pro-Kun Pocket 5.
The 7th entrie of the Pawa Poke series.
A super deformed baseball game by Now Production.
A strategic pro wrestling game.
The third handheld adaptation of the Duel Masters anime, manga, and trading card game.
The second handheld adaptation of the Duel Masters anime, manga, and trading card game.
The first handheld adaptation of the Duel Masters anime, manga, and trading card game.
A high school baseball game by Tasuke.
A side-scrolling platformer based on the movie starring Will Ferrell.
A game based on the High School Musical series for the Game Boy Advance. It was released very late in the system's life.
A handheld entry in the Pro Mahjong Kiwame series of mahjong games.
Bike racing with Mickey and friends (and Pete).
A multi-platform puzzle game on contemporary and legacy platforms.
A collection of three digital versions of Hasbro board games.
A collection of three digital versions of popular Hasbro video games.
A Game Boy Advance exclusive entry to the Let's Ride! series of horse riding simulation games.
A billiards game exclusive to the Game Boy Advance.
A compilation of multiple Mattel "board" games.
A German exclusive double pack with 2 games on a single cartridge.
A game collection based on Matchbox cars.
A European exclusive compilation of two full LEGO games on a single Game Boy Advance cartridge.
A Game Boy Advance exclusive variation of Tetris as part of Success' Minna no Soft (Everyone's Software) series.
An RPG for the Game Boy Advanced where the player collects youkai and then uses them to fight battles in the form of a puzzle game.
A cooking game exclusive to Japan.
An unreleased compilation of Famicom Mini titles that was slated for release in China. A prototype was leaked onto the internet in 2019.
A game based on the movie of the same name.
The first GBA entry in the ISS series.
A compilation of Finding Nemo games.
A Finding Nemo follow-up game exclusively for Game Boy Advance.
A compilation of the two Spyro "Season of" games on one cartridge.
A soccer goal kick simulation game decided by dice rolls.
A pool game for the GBA released only in Europe featuring 8 different characters and 8 different tables.
An arcade-style racing game released only in France as a tie-in to the 2003 French film.
A JRPG entry in Koei's Hōshin series, for Game Boy Advance.
Jajamaru Jr. is a Game Boy Advance spin-off of the Jajamaru series. The cartridge also includes five Jaleco Famicom games.
The two Sansara Naga games on one cartridge for Game Boy Advance.
Derby Stallion Advance is the first portable game in the Derby Stallion series.
Sega's baseball management sim makes its handheld debut.
Game Boy Advance game based on the Titeuf/Tootuff comic.
A Game Boy Advance pinball sim combining tables from Pinball Dreams and Pinball Fantasies.
A minigame compilation by THQ featuring a variety of board games, arcade classics, puzzles, and more.
The first Hot Wheels game released for the GBA.
Babar game for the Game Boy Advance.
A block pushing puzzle game with a penguin protagonist.
Jupiter Corp. turns the Croket! series into a fighting/RTS. This installment involves time travel, including a young Burger (Croket's father) and Croket's futur...
The fourth Game Boy Advance game in the Croket! series.
Known as The Jungle Book 2 in Europe and Australia, this version of Disney's rendition of The Jungle Book is from Ubisoft for Game Boy Advance.
A sound novel developed by Athena for the GameBoy Advance.
A sound novel developed by Global A for the GameBoy Advance.
A sound novel developed by Global A for the GameBoy Advance.
A Game Boy Advance entry in the Combat Choro Q series.
A Sanrio crossover board game for Game Boy Advance.
A follow-up to Konchū Monster: Battle Stadium.
Bug battle game on GBA.
Three Hamster Monogatari games on one cartridge.
Two Hamster Monogatari games on one cartridge.
The third sequentially numbered entry in the Hamster Monogatari series.
Cooking simulator from Culture Brain
Pro mahjong on Game Boy Advance.
The final Twin Series cartridge features puzzle games.
The sixth Twin Series cartridge focuses on dogs.
Cutesy animal detective game.
The fifth entry in the Twin Series uh... series.
The fifth Oshare Princess game!
Third Oshare Princess game
The second Oshare Princess game.
The first video game starring San-X's Rilakkuma (relaxing bear)
The Super Real Mahjong series hits the Game Boy Advance.
A video game based on a South Korean/Spanish CGI animated series known in the west as "Eon Kid".
A 2D platformer based on the events from the 3rd movie in the Santa Clause trilogy.
A PC and Gameboy Advance game based on the Oscar-nominated animated film.
A card game for Game Boy Advance.
Nippon Pro Mahjong game on the Game Boy Advance
A virtual slots game for the PlayStation 2 that simulates the 2001 pachi-slot machine Juu-oh. It also received a handheld port for the Game Boy Advance.
A Game Boy Advance cartridge which houses digital adaptations of three classic board games.
A version of Scrabble for Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance, developed by Runecraft and published by Ubisoft.
Known in Europe as "Strawberry Shortcake: Adventures in the Land of Dreams". Tie-in with the CGI children's film Strawberry Shortcake: The Sweet Dreams Movie
A handheld game for the Gameboy Advance based on the boy ghost of the same name.
A comedic hunting game.
The final game in the Sylvanian Families series.
The Sylvanian Families series drops the numbering scheme for this fifth RPG.
The Sylvanian Families series moves to Game Boy Advance
A soccer management simulation game.
A collection of Hasbro board games for Game Boy Advance.
Three classic board games on one cartridge.
The second and final Detective Conan game developed by Banpresto for the Game Boy Advance
The first Detective Conan game developed by Banpresto for the Game Boy Advance
A Japanese exclusive action/platforming game.
A Mahjong game based on an anime.
Digital reference cards on a Game Boy Advance cartridge.
Unfabulous is a game based on Nickelodeon's same named show.
A Japanese exclusive strategy game involving running a zoo.
A Japanese exclusive GBA mini-game collection.
A vertical shoot'em up released on Game Boy Advance.
A beat'em up released on Game Boy Advance only released in Japan.
A compilation of three classic Hasbro board games on a single Game Boy Advance cartridge.
A compilation of three Atari games for Game Boy Advance.
A construction themed game using the Tonka licensed.