Released in July and exclusive to Japan, the 'bit Generations' Game Boy Advance games are simple game concepts offered at budget prices. They create a feeling of great refreshment in the audience, unlike these repetitive bit-G review intros.
Dialhex. Puzzler. Dialhex. Puzzler. Dial... x. Puzzler. Aha! Dialhex for puzzler!
"An ex-polygon decides to murder a hexagon for its twinkly sound effects and because it had an affair with Blockbusters. He blackmails an old games console to rotate him into position, but when things go wrong he uses the B button to turn events to his advantage."