It's sweet and charming, not particularly unique but a fun to play through all the same. That said, this is the sort of game you'll enjoy as a kid and then promptly forget about until several years later. My personal favorite was the one that plays at the Sandy Beach area. You can or to play the clip in your browser. Hamtaro and friends must work together as a team as they attempt to locate the ingredients necessary to produce a rainbow. I played a game about a devil hamster, I can play a game about a psychic one. This game has unused graphics.
The game has an obvious look it wants to achieve and it achieves it well. To get Go Ham Rangers, you have to get the ghost family back in order to get this song. I guess you have to give the game points for that, since I don't recall any of the Mario games introducing me to Mozart. You think that you've failed to talk to collect an item or learn a new ham-chat. I do think it's funny that Hamtaro's prophetic dream is never brought up again.
I guess that means they're good enough to not grate your nerves that much, but not so good that they're especially remarkable. Description The rodent ragamuffins are back on Nintendo Game Boy Advance! A third quest, that supports those two, is to obtain all the 'Ham-Chats'. In the international version, Hamtaro is standing around looking bored, tapping his foot and just waiting. There are a few locked doors in the game that you can only open by finishing the main story and getting a chunk of the items, but I didn't bother. The main story will take a few hours to finish, all the extra could take a while given that it appears some of it is random and other parts require you to replay mini games a lot.
My personal favorite is Boo Manor, which has a very nice design and is probably the most unique level of the game. What gem you get appears to be randomized and some rocks don't have anything inside. This entry appears in the Japanese version, too, and is just as unused there. Just don't Hulahula around, or Hamtaro will get very Blash-T. This change carried over to all later Hamtaro games released outside of Japan. I'm not going to lose sleep over it, but I wish there was more of a payoff. It could be a little too scary for it's intended age group, though.
Hey, maybe it was in the background of the game and I never noticed. Is a potential heartbreak for Hamtaro and Bijou imminent?!? He tells Boss, a character you're familiar with if you've watched the show, and Boss remarks that it's a weird dream. I kind of want to know what was going on there. This time, Spat threatens to cause trouble for our protagonists, and it's up to Hamtaro to stop him before it's too late! Each song is unique enough to differentiate, but they're made for the game and they aren't going to make you want to buy a soundtrack. Of note is also the unique Hamtaro sprite - largely a copy of the one used in-game, but it has a shadow and is antialiased by hand. Ham-Chat Wait-Q Japan International Oh.
You just have to perform a certain action on them, like one part where you have to poke the boss three times with a stick when he covers his face. Probably not worth your time. My least favorite was the Boo Manor theme, which is appropriately creepy for the kiddies but gets annoying after five seconds. This guy is bad news. That fight is more annoying than difficult, honestly, since getting hit once will throw you out of the area and force you to talk to two characters again. This game has unused text. It's really not a bad game at all.
Ham-Chats are words, but also much more than that. Now, it's certainly not the best graphics I've seen for the platform, but it's definitely not the worst. In the international version, the localization team grabbed the sprite of Hamtaro sneezing and slapped a thumbs-up on it. That someone also made Hamtaro look more forward than up. If you enjoyed playing this, then you can find similar games in the category. They even have Beethoven in one part! Some parts of an area can't be completed until you complete another area or finish the game, but the game doesn't tell you this or even hint at it. This game has regional differences.
It had nothing to do with the story and just didn't seem that rewarding. It just isn't worth it. For example, the only thing you get for collecting all the gems is getting to say you collected all the gems. If you like Hamtaro, this game is for you. Yeah, this game is pretty silly.