|The Geeky Sisters|
|Publisher|| Bandai Namco Games|
|Platform|| Bandai Extreme|
|Ratings||K-A for Kids to Adults|
The Geeky Sisters (also known as Gakuen Alice: The Geeky Sisters) is a platform/action game featuring both Nonoko Ogasawara and Anna Umenomiya from Gakuen Alice developed by both Gamtec and Azumanga Interactive, published by Bandai Namco Games and co-published by Treasure for the Bandai Extreme and Bandai Chaos. It appears to be loosely based upon Capcom's Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers video games for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
The Bandai Extreme version is a hack of the unlicensed Sega Genesis game Squirrel King. While the Bandai Chaos version is a hack of the NES game Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2. The music in both versions are changed, using the Gakuen Alice theme on the title screen and original music made for the games. And all the levels and enemies are changed too, so the theme would fit more to Gakuen Alice.
As in the aforementioned game, the main character must throw crates at the enemies in order to defeat them. Sometimes crates have helpful things like extra fireballs, extra lives, and health boosts (they are all absent from the Bandai Chaos version). Other times, they have "power-downs" that reduce the player's health. Players are given a limited amount of lives and continues to beat the game with; it takes half as many games to gain an extra life in two-player mode as opposed to the single-player mode. This game is divided into seven acts; with Mr. Bear as the final boss of the game (Sumire's giant robot in the Bandai Chaos version).
The only character who is not playable is Hotaru Imai, due to the game only having a 2 player option. But she is seen in the cutscenes in the Bandai Chaos version.