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LvR

GBA

Description:

Two players compete head-to-head holding the same GBA console; player 1 grips the left half of the GBA and controls the L button, while player 2 grips the right half and controls R.

Five levels, each with unique environments and challenges:

  • catching fruit as it falls from trees
  • sneaking past a sleeping bad guy without getting caught
  • invading a vault to steal jewels
  • fighting to stay aboard a raft
  • helping librarians put away books

Two ways to play

  • Load ROM onto a flash cart and play on GBA/GBP/DS.
  • Run ROM in a GBA emulator (mGBA recommended).

Credits

  • All source code, graphics, and sounds created by quisseh.
  • Code and sounds were written in C using the Tonc library.
  • Graphics were drawn in Paint.NET and exported via Usenti.

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