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Pocky & Rocky with Becky

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Title Screen

Pocky & Rocky with Becky

Also known as: KiKi KaiKai Advance (JP)
Developer: Altron
Publishers: Altron (JP), Natsume (US/EU/AU)
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Released in JP: October 5, 2001
Released in US: October 18, 2002
Released in EU: October 8, 2015 (Wii U Virtual Console)
Released in AU: October 8, 2015 (Wii U Virtual Console)


LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


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Compare against the Virtual Console versions.

The Pocky and Rocky series gets a new entry after lying dormant for over 7 years.

Chapter Select

Pocky & Rocky with Becky Chapter Select.png

At the title screen, press Up, A, Left, B, Down, L, Right, R, Select. The chapter select will be added to the top right corner of the screen.


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Regional Differences

Title Screen

Japan International
Kiki KaiKai Advance Title.png Pocky & Rocky with Becky Title.png

The Japanese title screen is rather basic, featuring the logo in a simple border on a black background. The international versions feature art of the titular characters on a soothing lavender background.

Chapter Select

Japan International
Kiki KaiKai Advance Chapter Select.png Pocky & Rocky with Becky Chapter Select.png

The title screen change also necessitated the relocation of the chapter select.

Miscellaneous

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  • The international versions have a Natsume logo screen, which is absent in the Japanese version.
  • The international versions have a password screen, which is absent in the Japanese version. The international versions were also given a main menu (New Game/Password) to accommodate this (the Japanese version skips straight to the character select screen).