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BIONICLE: Matoran Adventures
Matoran Adventures
Video Game Information
Developer(s) Argonaut Games

Publisher(s) Electronic Arts

Platform(s) Game Boy Advance

Release dates October 29, 2002

Genre Platformer

Rating ESRB - E

Media Game Boy Advance cartridge


BIONICLE: Matoran Adventures was the second game to be released for the Game Boy Advance on October 29, 2002, in North America and on November 1, 2002, in UK and PAL Regions. It is rated E for Everyone. The player controlls one of six Matoran as they head around fighting the Bohrok Swarms from Koro to Koro.

GameplayEdit

  • A Button - Jump
  • B Button - Attack
  • Control pad - Move
  • L/R button - Switch characters

StorylineEdit

The story is set during the Bohrok War on the island of Mata Nui. It begins with Kongu traveling through Le-Wahi to find Turaga Matau while defeating a Bohrok swarm and the Rahi he encounters along the way. After finding the Turaga and defeats the boss Rahi; Kongu and Turaga Matau then travel to Po-Wahi. After finding Onewa and completing their quest in Po-Wahi, they travel to Ta-Wahi.

LevelsEdit

Level 1- Le-Wahi

Level 2- Po-Wahi

Level 3- Ta-Wahi

Level 4- Ko-Wahi

Level 5- Ga-Wahi

Level 6- Onu-Wahi

CharactersEdit

MatoranEdit

TuragaEdit

ToolsEdit

BohrokEdit

RahiEdit

Video game infomationEdit

  • Its set number was 14554 and its GBA number was A5AE (North America version) & A5AP (U.K. & PAL Regions version)

GlitchesEdit

  • There is a rare bug that allows players to play all the Matoran before they are unlocked.
  • On the second level of the game, if the player destroys a Lehvak, it revives itself endlessly until the player leaves that level.

TriviaEdit

  • In the game, all of the Matoran wear a Kanohi Hau, all of the Turaga wear a Noble Kanohi Rau, and all of the Bohrok carry Fire Shields
  • In the intro of the game, a Tahnok (with a different body color) has Kohrak's Ice Shields instead of its Fire Shields.

ImagesEdit

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