Title: Lilo And Stitch 2 / Peter Pan Return To Neverland
Platform: Nintendo Game Boy Advance
Region: PAL (Region Free)
Condition: Very good, cartridge only
Lilo And Stitch 2 Play as both Stitch and Lilo to rescue Nina and David, who have been kidnapped by the evil Hamsterviel and taken onboard his spaceship. To complicate things, Hamsterviel created evil alien Experiments that go head-to-head with our heroes. Start by capturing each Experiment and harnessing its special power in order to progress and capture the next. Sparky, Experiment 22, helps you out with his powerful electricity balls, while Richter, Experiment 513, shakes things up by igniting an earthquake. Gameplay modes include platform-shooting as Stitch, navigation and strategy as Lilo, intense racing, and multiplayer mode.
Peter Pan: Return to Never Land is one of the better third-party games released for the GBA. It doesn’t bring much new to the tried-and-true platform game genre, but it does well with crisp, bright graphics, smart level design, and a pleasing soundtrack from the movie’s catchy original songs. Though this game is based on a sequel, most gamers will immediately recognize the first couple of levels from the classic 1953 film. The game starts with a visit to now-grown-up Wendy’s house to take her kids on their own adventure to Never Land. Once there, Tinker Bell is kidnapped, so you’ve got to rescue her and all of the Lost Boys spread throughout levels in the game. As on any other platformer, you must run, jump, and dispatch baddies (Peter does this with his trusty dagger, which he can also throw) to get to where you’re going, but here you can also fly–provided you have Tink and enough pixie dust by your side. The power-ups and secret items are plentiful and pretty easy to find, which seems to be the right difficulty approach, given the younger audience of this game