Kuru Kururin Paradise

Kuru Kururin Paradise

Compatible with Game Boy Advance™ (GBA™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide.
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Compatible With Game Boy Advance™ (GBA™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide.
1-5d Usually ships within 1-5 days
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Kuru Kuru Kururin is a highly challenging and totally original game experience that requires a steady hand and nerves of steel. It has an addictive quality that draws players back in a way that only Tetris has before.The story begins when Kururin's brothers and sisters go missing, and it is up to him to find them. Kururin is initially unsure that he is up to the task because he has never left his home world before. Being the adventurous and helpful fellow he is, Kururin agrees to rescue his lost family. Teacher Hare trains Kururin in the art of controlling the Heli-rin, a helicopter like spinning craft. Piloting the Heli-rin through the different worlds will be a difficult task, but using Teacher Hare's valuable lessons Kururin bravely sets out on his adventure to rescue his lost family.

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Original Name  くるりんパラダイス
Official Release Date Dec 05, 2002
Genre Puzzle
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0000044081
Catalog No.  AGB-P-A9QJ
Item Code  4902370506181
Players  1-4


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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:10

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chicagojosh (3) on 05, Sep. 2007 07:49 (HKT)
Frustratingly Wonderful
As stated previously, why this game has not made it stateside is beyond me. I can only assume it\'s from the popularity of the DS damaging Gameboy Advance cartridge sales.
Definitely a perfect purchase for that GBA slot on the bottom of your DS.
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KK (49) on 24, Mar. 2007 02:32 (HKT)
Very addicting
A lot of great levels and mini-games with improved graphics, new abilities, obstacles, and enemies (comparing to previous Kuru Kuru Kururin).

Better and bigger than Kuru Kuru Kururin, so if you have to choose only one, choose this one. But if only you can choose two, get them both!

Very addicting.
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reneke2 (8) on 13, Jul. 2006 09:52 (HKT)
Nintendo\'s Biggest Import Blunder
How none of the games in this series have made it stateside is beyond me. Wonderful games. Paradise is very user friendly, as it eases you into the style of puzzles featured and then after five or so rounds, it completely throws the motherload of difficulty right in your face. Amazing stuff. And don\'t forget to buy the Gamecube version.
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gameduck on 04, Nov. 2005 10:43 (HKT)
Best GBA game I have bought in months
Move your rotating stick through a maze, sounds boring doens\'t it? Well, this game and its prequel Kuru Kuru Kururin are two of the best GBA games I have ever bought.

Totally addicting, awesome control, good graphics, tons to do.

For $20, this is one of the best GBA purchases you can make.
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Koji (1) on 04, Jun. 2005 12:04 (HKT)
Action puzzling paradise
Buy this game now that it\'s cheap! It\'s really really worth those $20. I got the game for fifty! And I don\'t regret it, it\'s really good. Though I\'d advice you to get the original Kuru Kuru Kururin first, it\'s easier and also simpler. Actually, both games play pretty different, they\'re both good in their own ways; Paradise is faster, more franctic, requiring twitch-reflexes, and the original requires more thought, strategy and fine calculation. This is all because of a feature introduced in Paradise, which allows you to speed up the rotation speed of your ship with a button press (if you know at all how these games are played), which means you now don\'t wait until you\'re in the right angle to move on, you rather skip right through corners.

You decide, but it\'s worth the price.
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