With several releases spanning a multitude of platforms, Lucky Luke is now ready to explore the handheld gaming experience with Lucky Luke: Wanted for Game Boy Advance.
In this particular 2-dimensional episode, the Dalton Brothers, after receiving a pardon that released them from an eternal prison sentence, have once again gone on the rampage. You, Lucky Luke, the unlikely and frankly lame sheriff, has been burdened with the task of hunting them down, defeating them and putting them back where they belong.
The game itself sees a visit to the classic 2D scrolling games of old. Many of your tasks within this playing environment entail negotiating deep chasms and defending yourself against hordes of gun-wielding bad boys. This Adventure mode comprises of nine main stages and four bonus levels to which access must be earned.
Single-player mode aside, what else does Lucky Luke have to offer? Well, the game’s multi-player option answers this question perfectly. Courtesy of Nintendo’s Game Link Cable, friends and family are now able to participate in the second area of Lucky Luke: Wanted. Here, there are four simple and addictive mini-games in which players can drive themselves round the bend.
An involving game lies beneath the graphical splendour of Lucky Luke: Wanted that challenges and grips the player in an engrossing playing experience.