Game Boy Wars (ゲームボーイウォーズ, Gēmu Bōi Wōzu?) is a turn-based war simulator produced by Nintendo and Intelligent Systems that was released for the Game Boy in Japan only in 1990. It is a portable follow-up to the 1988 Family Computer war simulator Famicom Wars, making it the second game in Nintendo's Wars series. A series of sequels to the original Game Boy Wars were produced by Hudson Soft.
... Advance Wars was first announced in January 2001, when Nintendo France gave new Game Boy Advance screenshots exclusively to French gaming sites, which included screenshots of this game, titled Game Boy ... The Japanese version, titled Game Boy Wars Advance, was originally scheduled for an October 12, 2001 release, a month after the North American version. 11 attacks, Nintendo canceled the originally scheduled Japanese release of the game ...
... GamesRadar listed the Game Boy Wars series as one of the titles they want in the 3DS Virtual Console ...
... Year Title Developer Setting Platform Notes 1978 Tanktics Computer Game of Armored Combat on the Eastern Front Chris Crawford Historical APPII, ATR, PET, TRS80 1981 ... C64, DOS 1985 Wizard's Crown SSI Fantasy APPII, ATR, C64, DOS, ST Role-playing game ... Eternal Dagger, The SSI Fantasy APPII, ATR, C64 Role-playing game ...
Famous quotes containing the words wars, game and/or boy:
“I had the idea that there were two worlds. There was a real world as I called it, a world of wars and boxing clubs and childrens homes on back streets, and this real world was a world where orphans burned orphans.... I liked the other world in which almost everyone lived. The imaginary world.”
—Norman Mailer (b. 1923)
“Peoples affections can be as thin as paper; life is like a game of chess, changing with each move.”
“Mother love has been much maligned. An over mothered boy may go through life expecting each new woman to love him the way his mother did. Her love may make any other love seem inadequate. But an unloved boy would be even more likely to idealize love. I dont think its possible for a mother or father to love a child too much.
—Frank Pittman (20th century)