Bang! Bang!, at birds, tin cans, cats, and bottles. Tapping the target instead of aiming a gun is a little easy, but handhelds don't have a joystick. Keep playing and it gets harder when the targets move faster and take over the screen. It's an engaging game that could use fewer predictable movements.
Dragon Hunter, the pinball game, is not exciting especially with the ball's jagged movements. The game's layout is basic and has little personality unlike its title.
V-Rally originally comes from a different game platform and is available for the handheld. Choose from three race modes, four cars, and two locations to begin play. Conquer race courses and gain more locations up to ten. It's a good race game, but not the best on the handheld market. Experts won't find it a challenge.
SF Cave is the freebie that involves guiding a ribbon through a cave while ducking obstacles. Its graphics is plain and outdated.
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