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The Ten Free Gameboy Advance Games Are Now Available To Download In The US And Europe

Ambassadors can now download their ten free Gameboy Advance games from the Nintendo 3DS eShop. To download your ten free games all you need to do is visit the Nintendo 3DS eShop and head to settings and the select ‘titles you’ve downloaded’ and the games will be there ready to download. Here’s the full list of games:

  • The Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap
  • Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3
  • Mario Kart: Super Circuit
  • Metroid Fusion
  • F-Zero: Maximum Velocity
  • WarioWare Inc
  • Mario vs Donkey Kong
  • Wario Land 4
  • Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
  • Kirby & The Amazing Mirror

Tip: Christopher N

52 comments

    1. I think that comes later on in the updated version of the games, when they release the games to the public the people who have em via ambassador program will have to update them. Read it in a past article, just can’t remember where.

        1. Doubt anything would happen, it will likely be patch and not a replace. I think the save file is separate from the game on the SD card.

  1. Downloaded already. Nice how instead of going back to the eShop’s main page, you go back to where you left off before starting the download, and how you can queue your downloads to start in Sleep Mode.

  2. I got them few hours
    there amazing :D
    and i just love how nintendo retained the quality of the games and how there almost full screen
    well done nintendo(like usual)

  3. Yay, now I have something to keep me busy at the DMV today! :D Let’s hope today isn’t another two hour wait like wednesday…

  4. At the Very Second i woke up i grabbed my nintendo 3ds and went on the E shop to check for the 10 GBA amabassador games and there they were but nintendo has done a great job bringing them back despite the bit of a dim light because the original GBA never had a backlit light but over all the games are amazing especially in full screen unlike the NES games but they’re all the same just like i remembered them. ^-^

  5. Im a little miffed they didn’t send a notification. I mean thats why I kept my certificate. But these games are golden. Too bad I have to work 6 hours before I can play them.

    1. I think our American one was not fully functional. Each time I accessed it it would ask about the spotpass notifications. I’d sign up each time, and you’d think it’d save, but apparently it did not. I heard those in Europe and Japan got proper notifications.

  6. They became available at 12:14 A.M. in California. I chose “Download Later” with the idea of letting my 3DS download the games in sleep mode until morning. However, it downloaded the games way faster than the normal way when you’re still in the eShop. It only took a couple of minutes to download all of them.

    Anyways, I had forgotten how hard F-Zero was until I crashed in training mode. The last one I played was on the SNES. Mario Kart GBA is kind of lame. I haven’t tried the others, but the ones I wanted were Minish Cap and Fire Emblem. I’m curious to try Metroid Fusion too since I’ve never played that game.

  7. Tweeted this at 2AM Eastern time…no one ever gives credit where it’s due…

  8. -_- i didnt expect nintendo to make gba games exclusive this sucks i wud pay £20 for mario kart super circuit T_T

  9. I don’t mind all these games being made available for free to early adopters of the system, in fact I think that it’s brilliant and I’m glad that Nintendo did it, I just wish that non-ambassadors could at least purchase them normally.

    I’d be willing to pay around £7 each to have The Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap, Metroid Fusion and Kirby & The Amazing Mirror. I hope that they are made available normally ASAP.

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