Remember NES Remix and NES Remix 2? These two minigame-focused mash-ups took famous scenes or sections from popular NES titles and gave them a WarioWare-style spin, and both went down rather well in terms of critical response.
Sadly, it seems they didn't go down well enough for Nintendo to give us more in the 'Remix' line, with the company stating in 2014 that the success of the series depended on fan support. As much as we'd love to have seen a SNES Remix by now, it seems that Nintendo's focus has shifted and, at the time of writing, another instalment isn't on the cards.
However, Twitch streamer Kaitlyn Molinas wasn't about to take this lying down. Despite lacking any formal programming qualifications, she's created a version of 'GBA Remix' using an emulator which basically loads save states for certain games which then act as short-and-sweet 'Remix'-style gameplay sections.
The project began life back in April when Molinas stated that she was 'inspired' by NES Remix and had started tinkering with scripts. Since then, she's been honing and improving things, and recent updates are looking very impressive indeed:
There's even a WarioWare-like 'burst' mode where the gameplay speeds up to make things harder:
Molinas intends to release a demo for the project soon, so watch this space. In the meantime, would you like to see Nintendo tackle something like this officially? If so, which GBA games would you like to see represented? Let us know with a comment.