bit Generations is a series of titles released for the Game Boy Advance in Japan. The games are different from other offerings because they used Atari 2600-esque graphics and very simple gameplay that anyone could pick up and play. The games ranged from simple to complex, were released at budget prices, and were released in two series. Remakes of selected titles in the series with enhanced graphics and controls were released on WiiWare and DSiWare as part of the Art Style series. This was the first time that some of the titles were released in countries outside of Japan.

Series 1 Games




Series 2 Games



Image of Coloris.

Coloris is basically a handheld version of the ultra popular PC title Bejeweled. In the game the player must align three identical tiles (identical in color) in order to rid of them. The colors of the blocks are very similar to each other, often resulting in players not being able to differentiate them, especially those who are color blind, which would make each block the same color. To change the color of a tile, you'll move with the cursor and select a tile be pressing the A button.




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