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Title Screen


Developer: Skip Ltd.
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Released in JP: July 13, 2006

DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.

So very stubbly.
This page is rather stubbly and could use some expansion.
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Boundish sets itself apart from other Pong clones by adding numerous creative and unusual twists to the classic game. It's basically Pong: New Game+.

If you get tired of playing Pong, then there's also this... box juggling game.

Build Information

A build date and time can be found in multiple places within the ROM:

Dec 22 2005 15:38:21

Cut Mini Game

Boundish cut minigame.png

There is a cut minigame found in the game's tiles, looking at the list of names, it can be assumed that its title would have been Groove Session. Visual Boy Advance's sprite list output doesn't include the image for it but it's included in the tileset for the main menu.

Boundish cut minigame title.png

An old IGN trailer happens to show off what may be the only available footage of Groove Session in action:


Additionally, graphics related to the cut minigame remain buried in the ROM:


Cut "Pool Flower" Life Meter

Pool Flower has a cut 'life meter':

Boundish cut pool flower meter.png


Most of the minigames have unused 'press start' and the game's logo loaded:

Boundish cut press start.png

Boundish human league title unused.png

Also, a logo based on the game's working title appears at least twice in the ROM: