Mini-Games


This is a list of small, self-contained games that are sometimes bundled within major titles in some way, including peripheral connectivity or secret cheats.

Crash Bandicoot Blast
Crash Bandicoot Blast
Crash Bandicoot Blast

Crash Bandicoot Blast

This mini-game was developed by Vicarious Visions, and it's accessible by linking a Game Boy Advance to a GameCube while it's running Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex.

The goal is to aim Crash's fruit bazooka and win points by shooting jumping pictures of Cortex, N. Gin, Tiny, Dingodile, and Uka Uka. Do not shoot Aku Aku, Coco, or Polar, or you'll lose points. You can shoot crates to gain more ammo, preventing you from getting a Game Over. Once you get enough points, you'll proceed to the next round. The speed of the targets increases as the rounds pass by.


Crash Party USA
Crash Party USA
Crash Party USA
Crash Party USA

Crash Party USA

This secret mini-game can be accessed in the Game Boy Advance version of Crash Nitro Kart and in Spyro Orange (a.k.a. Spyro Fusion). To access it, just hold down the L and R buttons while turning the game on.

The goal of this game is to make Crash boogie with rhythm. To do so, press the buttons that appear on the screen whenever they're behind the green circle. Sometimes you have to switch tracks with the D-Pad. A similar mini-game called Spyro Party USA appears in Crash Bandicoot Orange (a.k.a. Crash Fusion), which is basically the same thing, except with Spyro instead of Crash.

In Crash Nitro Kart, if you manage to beat this game's 10 rounds, you get 3 immediate missiles for a race against Emperor Velo. As a bit of trivia, Cortex creeping in from the borders of the screen is a reference to the Japanese box for The Huge Adventure, and even uses the same art.


PocketStation Virtual Pet
PocketStation Virtual Pet
PocketStation Virtual Pet
PocketStation Virtual Pet
PocketStation Virtual Pet

PocketStation Virtual Pet

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This virtual pet can be accessed through the PocketStation, a peripheral for the original PlayStation released only in Japan. It's basically a small device that acts as a Memory Card while sporting an LCD screen and buttons. It's capable of storing interactive applications, and the Crash Bandicoot virtual pet is one of them.

To access this app, connect a Pocketstation to a NTSC console while running a Japanese copy of Crash Bandicoot WARPED. The main goal of the app is to collect photos of Crash. To do this, you can play various activities, such as interacting with the virtual Crash pet, dancing sessions, boulder chases, and a type of jigsaw puzzle.


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