Super GBA 180 in 1
TBA
Publisher Unknown
Developer Unknown
Cart ID(s) EY-180
Console Game Boy Advance
Date Unknown (2002-2004 maybe)
Engine PocketNES
Sound engine TBA

Super GBA 180 in 1 is a multicart released for the Game Boy Advance in an unknown year and created by an unknown developer (though it can be assumed it was released around 2004 by its inclusion of “FIFA 2004”). It’s a pretty typical PocketNES multicart, but still has some interesting features. As is common with low quality multicarts, it only has 178 games rather than the 180 it boasts.

Overview[edit | edit source]

This cartridge includes a list 180 games (178 without repeats) with only the first 4 being Game Boy Advance games (Lilo & Stitch 2, Fifa 2005, Sharktale, Barbie the Princess), and the others being NES/Famicom games. There are not too many repeats, but there are still a few Mario Bros. and Super Mario Bros. ROM hacks. This mutlicart includes two menus, one showing the 4 GBA games, and the 5th option allowing you to open up the PocketNES menu to the NES games. It claims that it has 256M on the cartridge. Pressing L and R opens up the PocketNES menu with a few edits, such as removing some text claiming its running off of PocketNES.

List of games[edit | edit source]

  1. Pokemon Gold (Pocket Monster)
  2. Pokemon Silver (Unknown game)
  3. Tiny Toon 2
  4. Tom & Jerry
  5. Peter Jan
  6. Super Contra 2
  7. Argus
  8. Ghost Busters (Without the PCM sample)
  9. Hawk
  10. Peepar Time
  11. Star Soldier
  12. Super Chinese 1
  13. Tagin Dragon (Colorful Dragon)
  14. Taiwan Mahjong 2 (Might possibly be Taiwan 16 Mahjong)
  15. The Gooines
  16. The Legend of Kage
  17. Twinbee
  18. Ninja Hattori Kun
  19. Onyanko Town
  20. Othello
  21. Pac Land
  22. Pachinco
  23. Pacman II (Tengen's Ms Pac-Man)
  24. Penguin Wars
  25. Pro Wrestling
  26. Majoy 2
  27. Route-16
  28. Seicross
  29. Slalom
  30. Soccer
  31. Son Son
  32. Sonic-Mario (A Mario ROM Hack)
  33. Spartan X
  34. Spelunker
  35. Spoon
  36. Spy VS Spy
  37. Star Tuster
  38. Super Link Mario (Mario rom hack)
  39. Super Mario Bros DX (Mario rom hack)
  40. Super Mario Bros (Altered title screen)
  41. Tag Team Wrestling
  42. Tetris (Championship version)
  43. Tetris II (Tengen Tetris with a missing title screen)
  44. Thexder
  45. Volguard 2
  46. Volley Ball
  47. Tiger-Heli
  48. Wrecking Crew
  49. Xevious
  50. Zippy Race
  51. 1942
  52. Arkanoid
  53. Astro Robo Sasa
  54. Baltron B-Wings
  55. Challenger
  56. Chinese Chess
  57. Championship Bowling
  58. Ninja Jajamaru Kun
  59. Dough Boy
  60. Druaga
  61. Duck
  62. Dr. Mario (With a missing title screen)
  63. Elevator Action
  64. Exed Exed
  65. TV Mario (Dian Shi Ma Li)
  66. Flappy
  67. Galg
  68. Ge Mous (Geimos)
  69. Gyrodine
  70. Hydlide
  71. Ice Hockey
  72. King of Ghost
  73. Little Mario Bar
  74. Little Red Hood
  75. Lot Lot
  76. Mach Rider
  77. Magmax
  78. Mighty Bombjack
  79. Mission Tank
  80. Monopoly
  81. Ms. Pac-Man (Namco Ms. Pac-Man)
  82. Musicam
  83. 3D Block
  84. City Connection
  85. Nibbles
  86. Night Arrow
  87. Ninja Kun
  88. Nuts & Milk
  89. Pac Pac Land (Clu Clu Land hack)
  90. Pac-Man
  91. Pac-Man Remix (Pac-Man hack)
  92. Pinball
  93. Pooyan
  94. Popeye
  95. Popeye No Eigo Asobi
  96. Pyramid
  97. Rabbit & Rope
  98. Raid On Bungeling Bay
  99. Road Fighter
  100. Rumble and Frenzy
  101. Shougi Hiden
  102. Sky Destroyer
  103. Space Invaders
  104. Star Force
  105. Star Gate
  106. Super Arabian
  107. Taiwan Mojang 4
  108. Tank Set
  109. Tennis
  110. Urban Champion
  111. Warehn 18
  112. Werestle
  113. Yie Ar Kung Fu
  114. YProject Mario Runner (Lode Runner hack)
  115. 4 Card Games
  116. 10 Yard Fight
  117. Antarctie Advanture
  118. Balloon Fight
  119. Balloon Mario (Balloon Fight hack)
  120. Baseball
  121. Battle City 1
  122. Battle City 2
  123. Binary Land
  124. Bird Week
  125. Bomb Sweeper
  126. Bomber Man
  127. Bomber Mario (Bomber Man hack)
  128. Brush Roller
  129. Bubble Dig Dug (Dig Dug hack)
  130. Burger Time
  131. Chack 'n Pop
  132. Circus Charlie
  133. Clu Clu Land
  134. Defender 2
  135. Devil World
  136. Dig Dug
  137. Donald Magic
  138. Donkey Kong I (Donkey Kong)
  139. Donkey Kong II (Donkey Kong Jr.)
  140. Donkey Kong III (Donkey Kong 3)
  141. Donkey Kong Jr Lesson (Donkey Kong Jr. repeat)
  142. Donkey Kong Jr Math (Donkey Kong Jr. Math)
  143. Dora Bros (Mario Bros hack)
  144. Execite Bike (Excite Bike)
  145. Exerion
  146. F1-Race
  147. Field Combat
  148. Final Fantasy Mario (Mario Bros hack)
  149. Formation Z
  150. Front Line
  151. Galage
  152. Galaxian
  153. Game Genie
  154. Golf
  155. Gomuku Narabe
  156. Ice Climber
  157. Ikki
  158. Joust
  159. Karateka
  160. Koopa Invaders (Space Invaders hack)
  161. Load Runner I (Lode Runner)
  162. Load Runner II (Load Runner Championship)
  163. Lunar Ball
  164. M.U.S.C.L.E
  165. Macross
  166. Magic Jewelry
  167. Mahjong 2
  168. Mahjong 4
  169. Mappy
  170. Mario & Luigi (Nuts and Milk hack)
  171. Mario Bros
  172. Mario Mappy (Mappy hack)
  173. Mario Siss (Mario Bros hack)
  174. Millipecie (Millepede)

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Not the actual cart, But the back of it looks alot like this.

    The back of the cartridge says 'Nintondo'.
  • A few games are terribly misspelled, such as Lode Runner being listed as 'Load Runner' and Millepede being listed as 'Millipecie'.
  • Surprisingly, Little Red Hood is included, despite it’s reputation for being one of the worst and most rare games to release on the Nintendo Entertainment System.
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