List of best-selling Game Boy Advance games

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This is a list of Game Boy Advance games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies.

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Game Boy Advance games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
Title Copies sold Sales breakdown
Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire 16.22 million[1] N/A
Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen 11.82 million N/A
Pokémon Emerald 6.32 million[2] N/A
Mario Kart: Super Circuit 5.91 million[3] N/A
Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 4.179 million
(approximately)
  • 3.16 million in US[4]
  • 919,234 in Japan[5]
  • 100,000 in UK[6]
Super Mario Advance 3.938 million
(approximately)
  • 2.85 million in US[4]
  • 887,505 in Japan[5]
  • 200,000 in UK[7]
Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 3.698 million
(approximately)
  • 2.88 million in US[4]
  • 718,207 in Japan[5]
  • 100,000 in UK[6]
Namco Museum 2.96 million 2.96 million in US[4]
Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire 2.5 million[8] N/A
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team 2.2 million[2] N/A
Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3 2.196 million
(approximately)
  • 1.58 million in US[4]
  • 515,633 in Japan[5]
  • 100,000 in UK[6]
Kirby: Nightmare in Dreamland 2.1 million
(approximately)
  • 1.12 million in US[4]
  • 832,901 in Japan[5]
  • 150,453 in Europe
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past & Four Swords 2.024 million
(approximately)
  • 1.63 million in US[4]
  • 293,989 in Japan[5]
  • 100,000 in UK[6]
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga 1.899 million
(approximately)
  • 1.46 million in US[4]
  • 438,781 in Japan[5]
Finding Nemo 1.84 million
(approximately)
  • 1.55 million in US[4]
  • 90,560 in Japan[9]
  • 200,000 in UK[7]
Famicom Mini: Super Mario Bros. 1.749 million
(approximately)
  • 1.32 million in Japan[10]
  • 429,235 in US[11]
Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories 1.742 million
(approximately)
  • 1.2 million in US[4]
  • 342,341 in Japan[5]
  • 200,000 in Europe[12]
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Eternal Duelist Soul 1.71 million
(approximately)
  • 1.3 million in US[13]
  • 410,534 in Japan[5]
Frogger's Adventures: Temple of the Frog 1.7 million 1.7 million in US[13]
Pac-Man Collection 1.6 million 1.6 million in US[13]
Sonic Advance 1.515 million
(approximately)
  • 1.21 million in US[4]
  • 204,542 in Japan[5]
  • 100,000 in UK[6]
Sonic Advance 3 1.5 million[14] N/A
Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku 1.4 million 1.4 million in US[4]
The Incredibles 1.396 million
(approximately)
  • 1.18 million in US[4]
  • 16,492 in Japan[15]
  • 200,000 in UK[7]
Donkey Kong Country 1.352 million
(approximately)
  • 1.1 million in US[4]
  • 251,878 in Japan[5]
Mega Man Battle Network 4 1.35 million[16] N/A
Kirby & the Amazing Mirror 1.324 million
(approximately)
  • 620,000 in US[17]
  • 704,295 in Japan[5]
Spyro: Season of Ice 1.29 million
(approximately)
  • 1.19 million in US[4]
  • 100,000 in UK[6]
Metroid Fusion 1.286 million
(approximately)
  • 1.13 million in US[4]
  • 155,528 in Japan[5]
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 1.2 million
(approximately)
  • 1.1 million in US[4]
  • 100,000 in UK[6]
Disney Princess 1.17 million
(approximately)
  • 1.07 million in US[4]
  • 100,000 in UK[6]
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance 1.102 million
(approximately)
  • 660,000 in US[18]
  • 441,926 in Japan[5]
Golden Sun 1.08 million
(approximately)
  • 742,000 in US[19]
  • 338,097 in Japan[5]
Sonic Advance 2 1.016 million
(approximately)
  • 740,000 in US[20]
  • 176,451 in Japan[5]
  • 100,000 in UK[6]
The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap 1 million[21] N/A
Wario Land 4 1 million[22] N/A
WarioWare: Twisted! 1 million[23] N/A

Total Game Boy Advance games sold as of March 31, 2009: 377.42 million.[24][25]

References[edit]

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