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How do you save the game Shrek 2 on Game Boy Advance?

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2012-03-15 23:50:32
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The Same Way You Would Save It On GBA But Some Games are Not Savable.

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You don't Press START and go down to SAVE.Press A and it will save

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You aren't able to save game files to a action replay, gameshark,etc.

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The game automatically saves the furthest act you ever got to. You can save the Tiny Chao Garden.

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All Gameboy Games can save if the battery is working. If the game stops saving, you may need to change the battery.

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No it shouldn't. The gameboy advance does not keep the save data it just reads it from the game cartridge so if anything the cartridge is faulty.

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Yes, just like you normally would. :)

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You can either use your in game save, or the save state feature. You can access the save state feature by going to File -> Save Game. You can click on any one of the 10 save states. When you want to load it, click Load Game and choose the save state you want. Save states can be used at anytime.

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In the SNES version, go to [http://donkeykong.wikia.com/wiki/Candy's_Save_Point Candy's Save Point] and jump in the Save Barrel to save the game. In the Game Boy Color version, the game automatically saves. In the Game Boy Advance version, open up the Menu via start while in the Overworld area in the Adventure mode and click on the Save tab to save the game.

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Simply press start and select 'Save Game'.

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No because of 2 reasons 1 because once you migrate-that's how you get Pokemon from gba to ds YOU HAVE TO SAVE FOR THE PROCESS TO WORK 2 beacuase you have to save after words HOPE I HELPED

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it saves automatically each game week

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During the Game Boy Advance boot screen, hold L, R, B, and Start. The game will ask you if you want to delete your save data; say "Yes" to delete the save data.

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Games for the Game Boy Advance keep their save data on the cartridge. Although the system does have internal flash memory, this is only used for single-cartridge multiplayer only.

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No, you cannot save onto a disc, unless you have a computer emulator and a program to do so. The cartridges did not have the ability to save, and in keeping true to the game, Nintendo's later releases of the game could not save. The remake of the game, Metroid Zero Mission had a save ability, but was only made for the Gameboy Advance. While you could not save the game, when you died it would give you a code that would allow you to start at a "save point" near where you had previously made it.

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i don't know because it is your game but when my video game did that too i found out that it means somebody stole your data an replaced it with their own while it was on while you where distracted. probably.

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ok you have to save the game and reload the game-save reset and then load the saved game-after that close the game and put it on ok you have to save the game and reload the game-save reset and then load the saved game-after that close the game and put it on

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Pause the game and select save and quit. It will save the game from the last checkpoint. Note: There is no auto save.

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you save your game in the house

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It's the system in which Gameboy Advance pokemon games save their data from if you don't have it installed you cannot save the game.

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Sonic advance 3 saves automatically after an act or boss. It also saves chaos and chaos emeralds as you collect them.

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Buy the game. It Then will probably save when you first start the game OR you have to save it manually.

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They save on the game cartridge/ Game itself. Not the system.


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