Game & Watch Gallery 3
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Game & Watch Gallery 3 is the third game in the Game and Watch remake series for the Game Boy line. It included five minigames playable from the start and five more unlockables; five of which could be played in either Classic Mode with the original Game & Watch characters or an updated Modern Version featuring Mario franchise characters. Game & Watch Gallery 3 was re-released on the Nintendo 3DS's Virtual Console in Europe on September 25, 2014, in Australia on September 26, 2014, in North America on February 5, 2015, and as a promotional release in Japan on November 21, 2014 for those who register Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and one of Pokémon Omega Ruby or Alpha Sapphire with Club Nintendo before January 20, 2015.
As the player collects stars, they will unlock new areas to check out. Below is a list of things that can be unlocked.
Note: Players can alternatively connect Game & Watch Gallery 3 with Game & Watch Gallery and Game & Watch Gallery 2 to unlock Game & Watch titles for the Museum with a link cable and 2 Game Boy Colors but this was removed in the 3DS Virtual Console version. Instructions on how to link the games together are still listed in the 3DS version, but they can't be selected.
- Hard mode in Judge is replaced with a 2P VS mode, but due to Game Boy and Game Boy Color Virtual Console games on the Nintendo 3DS not having 2 player functions, this mode can't be selected in the 3DS version.
- ALL Museum titles in previous games reappear in this Museum.
As the player collects stars, they will unlock a feature called Secret 1. This feature describes information regarding an inverted version of the Game & Watch title, Fire. When the player unlocks Secret 2, they can play the inverted Fire at any time, but will not be able to pause the game.
On a side note, there is no Modern mode version of this title, and the player can't earn stars for playing it. Additionally, the standard version of the game is used rather than the widescreen version, likely due to the size of the Game Boy Color screen.