Released in July and exclusive, for now, to Japan, the 'bit Generations' Game Boy Advance games are simple game concepts offered at budget prices. Encouraged by the idea, we set out to spend all Tom's money on them. First: dotstream.
Kristan says that you can't invert the Y-axis in Scarface. So that's probably challenging. It's also relevant to dotstream in two ways, neither of which I will properly explain until later in the review, thus forcing you to read more of it! Ha! Hahaha! dotstream is unexpectedly challenging, and dotstream also lets you invert the Y-axis, but in more of a graphical manner.
Screenshots, the silicon tits of games, do a poor job of conveying the fact that it's a racing game. This is because, at a glance, dotstream looks like a sine-wave boy band; little sinusoid heartthrobs dancing in line to blippy '80s game music, with squares and dotted blobs pirouetting around them.