The Koei developed Angélique In Wonderland originally appeared on the PC-FX back in 1996, then later on the Playstation. Now, as has been the case with quite a few other old games finding new life on the Game Boy Advance, a new handheld port is scheduled for release in Japan sometime in March.
In an interesting mix of role-playing meets board game gameplay down the rabbit hole, Angélique In Wonderland presents a unique new take on the classic Alice In Wonderland tale. The game features several mini-games, including quizes, a sliding block puzzle game, in which the goal is to reconstruct a given image, and a columns-like falling block game, among others. The multiplayer potential of these mini-games won't go to waste, as up to four Game Boy Advance units will be able to connect via game link cable for head to head play. Set for release on a 32 megabyte cartridge, Angélique In Wonderland will retail for 5 800 yen (approximately $44 US).
While waiting for the game to hit your favorite import shops, take a peek at our small collection of Angélique In Wonderland screen shots. We have 6 screens available here.