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F-Zero for Game Boy Advance is Nintendo's first portable take on its famed futuristic racing series, F-Zero. Gravity-defying craft take to tracks that span whole solar systems in a bid to win various racing tournaments.
A variety of ships, each with their own pilot and each unique in design, are included. Four are initially selectable, though extras can be won through successful racing. Three cups, each of which comprises of several tracks, can be raced on. Extra tracks appear as more cups and races are won.
Besides the main racing game that requires one to work through the increasingly demanding cups, there is a time attack mode in which unlocked tracks can be rigorously tested and one's skills can be honed.
Versus races (via link cables) are also possible. A maximum of four players can compete over all the available tracks, and only one cartridge is needed to facilitate this.
F-Zero: Maximum Velocity provides three save game slots. These can be labeled differently, kept separate, or merged to enable three players' statistics to be compared. ~ Jonti Davies, All Game Guide