I found the best way to get money quickly was to use a fully upgraded Nuparu on the Vezok's Deluge boss level (blue tunnel).
Stand way over to the right and you will see an area towards the back where all the enemies spawn. Go gold hero once and use the gold bricks to attack the boss once. Go gold again so you are invincible and then just pump that area full of bombs.
Make sure to hit the button again quickly as this will detonate the bomb early making it much quicker. Also the bricks will collect automatically so you don't have to run around collecting them.
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Bionicle Heroes is a 2006 multi-platform video game published by Eidos Interactive and TT Games Publishing and based on Lego’s Bionicle line of constructible action figures. The game was released in November 2006 on PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, Nintendo GameCube, Microsoft Windows, Game Boy Advance, and Nintendo DS; a Nintendo Wii version was later released in April 2007. The home console and PC versions were developed by Traveller’s Tales, while Amaze Entertainment developed the handheld versions.
The Game Boy Advance version of Bionicle Heroes is a run ‘n’ gun shoot ’em up game. The player, controlling a Toa, can move in eight directions as well as strafe. Two types of gunfire can be selected from. Pressing the A button fires a weaker, rapid-fire blast, while pressing the B button results in more concentrated attacks. The exact attack assigned to the B button is determined by which mask the player is wearing and varies from “tight, focused laser beams to slow, exploding mortar rounds”.
There are six different types of masks available in the game, and these masks are scattered throughout each level. The game features 19 levels, and previously cleared levels are unlocked in a free-play mode where weapons can be switched between at will. Each level features collectible runes, which can be traded in for cheats and unlockable mini-games. Replaying levels is necessary to unlock everything available in the game. After completing each region, the player battles one of the six Piraka.
The Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS versions have a different story from the home console version. In these games, the Toa Inika have been defeated by the Piraka and stripped of their masks. A Matoran is transformed into a new Toa and sets out to defeat the Piraka, return the masks to the Toa Inika, and restore peace to the island.
North America: November 14, 2006
Europe: November 24, 2006
Run and gun
Game Boy Advance
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