The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons
Although Capcom's Flagship team actually handled development on the two games, both of them pack in everything one expects from a good Zelda adventure.
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages
Ages is a wonderful game in its own right, and as a set with Seasons, it comes as highly recommended as a game can be.
Woody Woodpecker Racing
Not content with poking holes into trees, Woody Woodpecker will now go racing, courtesy of Konami. Up to eight characters from the classic cartoons will race in specialized, and equally wacky, automobiles.
Mickey's Speedway USA
With 20 tracks, four battle arenas, and a plenitude of hidden characters and cheats to unlock, Mickey's Speedway USA has enough substance to keep even the most dedicated kart racing fanatics coming back for more.
Alice in Wonderland (2000)
In execution, Alice offers some of the best graphics and gameplay ever seen on a portable system.
Dragon Warrior I & II
Dragon Warrior may seem like just an appetizer for the full-featured RPG experience in Dragon Warrior II, but the ability to play both games in succession and witness the interaction of their storylines greatly enhances ...
Wario Land 3
As far as platformers go, Wario Land 3 is a game that fires on all cylinders.
Bionic Commando: Elite Forces
You may occasionally find yourself longing for the levels and graphical style of the original game, but the new model doesn't disappoint in any way.
Mickey's Racing Adventure
With more than 20 tracks and six characters to choose from, this title shows how Game Boy racers should be done.
Super Mario Bros. Deluxe
It looks like we finally have the "killer app" for the Game Boy Color.
Magical Tetris Challenge
Magical Tetris Challenge does offer a degree of the familiar cataleptic state puzzle game fans are so fond of, but if you already own a Tetris game, you probably don't need to buy this one.
Tetris has been often called the greatest game ever created, and the Game Boy version is the best version of Russia's greatest export.