Banjo Kazooie is a chase-run game released for GameBoy Advance console in 2003. The 3 D spectral graphics, rejuvenating sounds and visuals, unique storyline, and diverse plots are the main features of this old school game. The game is a battle between good and evil through several available styles and modes. The game was a huge commercial success at that time.
|FULL NAME:||Banjo Kazooie|
|FILE SIZE||14.8 MB|
|CONSOLE||GameBoy Advance (GBA)|
The player needs to control two characters at different levels. The male bear named banjo and a female red flying bird named Kazooie is the two lead characters of the game. Both of them joined their hands to fight against the ill will of an old witch named Gruntilda. As the game advances, the player needs to tackle all the storms of difficulties on the way to reach to the witch. In the end, they have turn-based combat.
Gruntilda kidnapped Banjo’s sister Tooty as she wanted to take her glamour and beauty. In the quest to rescue his sister, Banjo moved across the woods to reach the witch’s palace. There are several huge difficulties to tackle on the path to her palace. To know more about the specifications of the game and storyline, do check out this iconic game.
What Emulator to be used to play this game?
Banjo Kazooie is released on the Gameboy Advance (GBA) console. To play this game on your favorite device, you need to download and install GBA Emulator. For windows, you can select from BatGBA 2.2.5b, DreamGBA 2.5, MyGBA 1.0.4, VBA 10, etc. Android users can download an emulator like Cool GBA 4.2.0, Emulator for GBA 2 1.6, GameBoid 2.4.7, GBA Emulator 1.5, GBA Pro Plus 4.0.0, KOBox 2.3.6, or others. For iPhone users, the available choice of the emulator is GBA4iOS 2.1.
Three Related Games
These fantasy games filled with magical spells and uncertain events are always a pleasure to play. If you liked playing this game then you should check out the related game listed below.
This classic game was released in 1983 over various consoles. The protagonist Mario is a plumber and along with his cousin, Luigi is ready to clear all the sewers of America which are being attacked by unwanted worms and other creatures. The objective of the game is to kill all the enemies to advance to the next level of more complex pipelining. The player can kick and jump over the enemies to kill them.
This nostalgic mini-game is still a sideline part of newer versions of Mario.
This game is similar to Banjo Kazooie as it allows the players to create, modify, simulate and explore the different types of structures that can be made using one cubic metre of blocks provided at the beginning of the game. The day to day activities available in the game is mining the ore, killing hostile mobs, planting trees and making structures and monuments. Once the player has enough resources he can purchase another land and develop the game there.
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
Just like Banjo and Kazooie, the two brothers coordinate with each other to solve several complex puzzles. The player needs to control both the brothers from a third-person objective. The elder brother is stronger and can perform stunts while the younger one is intelligent and can slide. You need to use their unique skills in coordination to complete several levels.