With all the new games that are coming out every year, it is hard to keep up with them. You read through game reviews on a consistent basis and the game is overly complex.
I think that games, for the most part, should be enjoyable. I personally believe that games shouldn’t cause you headaches. Otherwise, it defeats the purpose of why games were created in the first place.
Yeah, the gaming industry is laden with a lot of fancy games and eye candy, but if we’re talking about gameplay, new games aren’t that enjoyable anymore.
I would much rather play a game that doesn’t have good graphics but has an amazingly fun gameplay.
Today, we are going to talk about the Super Monkey Ball Jr. Game for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance. This game is very old and it dates back in the late 90s. Still, I think that I should talk about this game because it is really fun!
The Super Monkey Ball Jr. Game for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance has different game modes and we will talk about them in this article.
The first game mode is the classic mode. In the classic mode, you will control a monkey character of your choosing. There are about 4 monkey characters you can choose from: MeeMee, Aiai, Baby, and Gongon. The only difference they have is their appearance but they pretty much have the same statistics and by no means do they have an advantage over other characters.
Once you’ve picked your character, you will be put in a small bubble-like ball in which you have to control using the handheld’s D-pad. Now, on the surface, the controls may seem to be very simple and easy. But, do not be fooled! The longer you stay on course, the harder it is to steer the monkey ball.
The premise is that you shouldn’t fall off the maze or course until you reach the finish line. You also need to collect bananas along the way to increase your final score.
The next game mode of the Super Monkey Ball Jr. Game for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance is the “Boxing Match”. Basically, it is just a mini-game of sorts wherein you will pick a character and press the A button to throw punches. Your goal is to eliminate other enemy players off the course. This is a much more fun game mode than the classic mode and this is my personal favorite.
The last game mode in the Super Monkey Ball Jr. Game for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance is the “Bowling Alley” mode. You pick a character and just swing the Bowling ball towards the pins. That’s basically it.
The Super Monkey Ball Jr. Game for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance is a simple but amazingly fun game. Although it doesn’t have the most eye-catching graphics out there, it does win an award from me for being a very entertaining game.
If you just want a simple yet fun game, I highly recommend the Super Monkey Ball Jr. Game for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance.