The DS can play both gameboy and ds games there are also games where you may need both the game boy game and ds game to truly complete!
There have been at least 16 Nintendo systems that have been made, the Nintendo, Super Nintendo, GameCube, Wii and Wii U along with the Nintendo 64 were the home consoles whereas the handheld consoles were Gameboy, Gameboy Color, Gameboy Advance, Gameboy Advance SP, Nintendo DS, Nintendo DS Lite, DSi, DSi XL, 3DS and 3DS XL.
No. Any game cartridges/disks that are made for a Nintendo console won't work on any other company's consoles. However, some Nintendo game cartridges/disks can work on multiple Nintendo consoles. Gamecube disks can be played on the Wii, Gameboy games can be played on the Gameboy Advance, and Gameboy Advance games can be played on the Nintendo Ds.
Game stop often has these games and consoles. (Usually used though!)
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12 (I think) Game Boy line, Color TV Game, NES, SNES, Virtual Boy, Nintendo 64, Nintendo GameCube, Gameboy Advance, Nintendo DS, Wii, Nintendo 3DS
no but you can play Nintendo advance games on a Nintendo ds
Pokemon LeafGreen can be played via game cartridge on a Nintendo Gameboy Advance, Gameboy Advance SP, Gameboy Micro, or Nintendo DS console. None of those consoles require any downloading for LeafGreen to be played from the cartridge.
Gamebody Advance by Nintendo only. There are some modded versions out that are for a few other consoles, but It's definitely not a flash game.
you can take photos,and put music,but unfortuneatly you can not use game boy advance games
The Gameboy Advance to Gamecube link cable provides connectivity between the two consoles for certain game titles such as Animal Crossing.
Game & Watch: 1980 Nintendo Entertainment System (NES): 1985 Game Boy: 1989 Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES): 1991 Nintendo 64: 1996 Game Boy Advance (GBA): Early 2001 Nintendo Gamecube: 2001 Nintendo DS: 2004 Nintendo Wii: 2006 Nintendo 3DS: Early 2011
Nintendo's first ever console was the "Colour TV Game", as it was named.Here are Nintendo's consoles in order of release:Colour TV GameNintendo Entertainment System (NES)Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)Nintendo 64Nintendo GameCubeNintendo WiiNintendo Wii UPortable consoles in order of release:Game & WatchGameBoyVirtualBoyGameboy ColourGameboy AdvanceGameboy DS (this was deliberately made to look just like the old "Game & Watch")Nintendo 3DSNintendo DSi
Pokemon leaf green is a Nintendo Game Boy Advance game cartridge. This can be played on the following systems: Nintendo Game Boy Advance Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP Nintendo Game Boy Advance Mini Nintendo DS Nintendo DSlite Nintendo Gamecube Gameboy player
The original game was only available for the Game Boy Advance and therefore can only be played on the Advance consoles and the Nintendo DS. Whether the game is available for download somewhere, however, I so not know.
Nintendo: NES SNES Nintendo64 GameBoy GameBoy advance Nintendo DS Nintendo Wii. Sony: Xbox Xbox360 PSP PS PS2 PS3 psp go ps4. all games in the world. sorry xbox and xbox 360 not made by sony
you can not buy game boy advance videos anywhere as Nintendo or any other company assosiated with Nintendo has never created a video for Nintendo game boy advance
The Nintendo Game Boy Advance console was released in 2001. It is therefore only available via stores that sell second hand consoles. These include Amazon, the auction website eBay and Console Passion.
At the time of the Super NES, SEGA was still making consoles. (Sonic the Hedgehog is SEGA's mascot, so it was a company exclusive.) Sonic's first official appearance on a Nintendo console was Sonic Adventure 2 Battle for GameCube and Sonic Advance for the Game Boy Advance. This was after SEGA stopped making consoles and went third party.
to be connected to your TV: (old->new) Color TV Game series NES SNES N64 Gamecube Wii Handhelds: (Old->new) Nintendo Game & Watch Nintendo Game Boy Game Boy Pocket Game Boy Color Game Boy Advance Game Boy Advance SP Nintendo DS (Lite) Nintendo DSi (XL) Nintendo 3DS (not the real name, will be announced at the E3 this year) There was also the Virtual Boy but it was bad for the gamers health, so it wasn't produced very much.
Nintendo DS games are not playable on the Game Boy Advance. The Game Boy Advance is compatible with Game Boy Advance and original Game Boy cartridges. If you have a Nintendo DS, it will play Nintendo DS games or Game Boy Advance games. It is NOT compatible with the original Game Boy game cartridges.
No, you can not connect a Nintendo DS to a Nintendo Gamecube, you can only connect a Nintendo Gameboy Advance.
No Gameboy Advance titles are only compatible with Gameboy Advance consoles.
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First of all, these two are two different systems. The Nintendo Game Boy is like a video game controller with one single screen, whereas a Game Boy Advance has two screens.
Nintendo currently produce the Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS video game consoles. They also produce games for each of them (notably Mario and Zelda). In the past they have also produced the Nintendo Gamecube, Nintendo 64, SNES, NES Virtual Boy, Gameboy Advance, Gameboy Colour, Gameboy Pocket and Gameboy systems. When the company was first founded in the late 1800s they original manufactured playing cards.