No, the original DS and DS lite can only play DS games, and GBA games. DSi and DSi XL can only play DS games.
Game Boy games cannot be played on the Nintendo DS. He/she is right Itried to fit Pokemon Crystal in my DS but it failed
The first Nintendo games ever released, in 1977, was the Color TV Game.
It depends on which Nintendo game. The Nintendo DS can play: - NDS games - NDSi enhanced games - Game boy Advanced games It cannot play 3DS games.
Gameboy Color games do not work on Nintendo DS. They will slide out or not fit. But, Gameboy Advanced games will work on DS.
No, Game Boy and Game Boy Colour games are not compatible with the Nintendo DS. Game Boy Advance games can, however, be played on the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DS Lite. This second slot was removed with the Nintendo DSi and DSi XL to "shy" people away from the older games.
The Professor Layton games can be played on different game consoles. Some of the game consoles that support the Professor Layton games are Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DS.
Game Boy Color games come in two types; Dual and color-only. Dual games have a black cartridge and can still be played on the Game Boy. Color-only games have a clear cartridge and can be played on the Game Boy Color only.
Any 3DS Game Or DS Game.
nintendo DS or nintendo DS lite can play Game Boy,Game Boy Color and Game boy Advance games but the nintendo DSi cannot play any of them becuase it has no slot-2
No. Because a gameboy has more controls/buttons.
no you cant unfortunately, wish you could though
There are ways of playing Game Boy games on your Super Nintendo with an adapter named 'Super Game Boy'. It does not support Game Boy Color games though, sadly.
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.
No, the Nintendo DSi cannot have Gameboy Color OR Gameboy Advance games in them
The Nintendo DS is not compatible with games for the Game Boy Color and the original Game Boy, due to a slightly different form factor and the absence of the Zilog Z80-like processor used in these systems.
No. They are far too big.
No. VisualBoy Advance only supports Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance games.
The first game for the Nintendo was Color TV Game in 1977.
Playing Game Boy Advance games on the Nintendo GameCube requires the use of the Nintendo Game Boy Player, a separate hardware accessory that attaches to the bottom of the GameCube. Use of the Nintendo Game Boy Player allows Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance games to be played on the television or other display to which the GameCube is connected. Also, handheld systems that play Game Boy Advance games can be connected to the GameCube and/or Game Boy Player in order to act as controllers.
3DS games can only be played on the Nintendo 3DS(XL) and 2DS. Therefore, Nintendo DS and DSi cannot play 3DS games
The size of the game is not really the issue. The issue is this: is it a Nintendo Wii game? I'm guessing not. I'm guessing it is one of the later Nintendo DS games, in which case it must be played on the Nintendo DS. Wii games are on DVDs.
Yes it is just a gamecube system and a Nintendo Wii system you can play both kind of games on one because the sme company made it because they make the games the same kind of way -THErealREDheadFRED
It depends on which Nintendo console you are referring to. Nintendo 3DS games can only be played on the Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 3DS XL and Nintendo 2DS. All other Nintendo consoles including the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi cannot play Nintendo 3DS games.
It is one of the best games I have ever played
Gameboy color/colour games do not work on the following systems (this is because there is no slot to put it in, however on the Nintendo 3DS you can download some GBA/GBC/GB games):Nintendo DSNintendo DSiNintendo DSi/XLNintendo 3DS
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