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« on: January 05, 2007, 10:53:11 AM »

I was over at the NintendoWorldReport (formerly Planet GameCube) forums and stumbled upon an interesting topic that kind of moved me.  



UncleBob's dream of playing 16-player Faceball 2000



UncleBob is interested in Faceball 2000.  I remember seeing this game in Nintendo Power and being intrigued by it.  It's about these smiley faces shooting at each other in a maze.  It's the only Game Boy FPS, and most particularly, the only Game Boy game with 16-person multiplayer - and he wants to experience it.



It's not that easy, as he needs several Game Boys and link cables to get it all to work.  And the most difficult step is getting 16 copies of the game.  He's still short a few, though for only mentioning this since Jan. 1 he seems to be making good progress.



I think it would be interesting if he accomplishes his dream.  Anyone here have anything they can contribute to the cause (especially copies of the game)?
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