Mother 3 is a role-playing game developed by Brownie Brown and HAL Laboratory for the Game Boy Advanced. Published by Nintendo the game released in 2006 exclusively in Japan and is the third installment in the Mother series. Like the previous entries in the series the game features a top-down perspective with turn-based combat.
Drill Dozer is a platform video game developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance. The game first released in Japan in 2005 and was localized for a North American release by Nintendo of America’s Treehouse division. When the game released in North America in 2006 it was one of two Game Boy Advance games to incorporate force feedback by including a rumble feature.
Advance Wars is a turn-based tactics game developed by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance. The game is the sixth installment in the “Wars” series, a series that began on the Nintendo Family Computer in Japan with “Famicom Wars” which was named after the console. The series continued to use a portion of the system’s name that it was releasing on in the game’s title such as “Game Boy Wars” and “Super Famicom Wars”, the release on the Game Boy Advance continued this practice by using the term “Advance” in it’s title.