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.
On the Original Nintendo DS, and Nintendo DS lite, you can play Game Boy and Game Boy Advance games. But on the Nintendo DSi and Nintendo DSi XL, there is no Game Boy or Game Boy Advance slot.
On the Nintendo Game Boy Advance and Advance SP you can play all Game Boy, Game Boy Color and, Game Boy Advance games.
you can't play Nintendo DS games on Game Boy Advance SP.
no but you can play Nintendo advance games on a Nintendo ds
No. VisualBoy Advance only supports Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance games.
Yes, you can play Gameboy Advance games on the Nintendo DS Lite, since the DS Lite is just an updated version of the Oringinal Nintendo DS which it can play Gameboy Advance Games.
to play game boy advance games on the ds take out the black thing at the bottom and insert the game boy advance 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, a Gameboy advance simply does not have the technology or capability of running DS games. However, you can play game boy advance games on the DS.
No but you can play Gameboy Advance games on a original Nintendo DS and a Nintendo DS Lite.
No, playstation and nintendo games are not cross compatable.
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.
No. The second slot on the DS and DS Lite will only play Game Boy Advance games. It will not play games made for the Game Boy or Game Boy Color.
No, 3DS's do not have a GameBoy Advance slot and cannot play those games.
Of Course! A Gameboy Advance-Sp can Play Original Gameboy games, Gameboy color games, and Gameboyadvance games. Yet Both the Nintendo ds and lite cannot play gameboy games, only the Gameboy advance games
No Nintendo Game Boy Advance games may only be played on the following devices: Game Boy Advance Game Boy Advance SP Game Boy Advance SP Mark II GameCube Game Boy Player Game Boy Micro Original DS DS Lite Original Game Boys can only play games that are labled Nintendo GAME BOY (Grey)
No. Like the DSi, the 3DS has no Game Boy Advance slot. However, Game Boy Advance games may be available for download on the 3DS's eShop at some point.
All of Nintendo's hand held systems in the Game Boy line and including the Nintendo DS Lite, are capable of playing games from anywhere around the world. There are no regional lockout chips or codes installed on the units which prohibit game play, unlike the Nintendo home console lineup. Game Boy Advance games sold in the USA for example can be played on a Japanese Game boy Advance sp, and will be displayed in English regardless. And all Japanese Game Boy Advance games will appear in Japanese language when played on a North American Game Boy Advance sp.
Gameboy games and DS games are sold separately but the Nintendo DS can play any type of Gameboy game.
That is correct. Nintendo removed the Gameboy Advance cartridge slot on the Nintendo DSi which means that you cannot play GBA games on the unit.
No, the games are very different, but it can work the other way around. A Game Boy Advance (GBA) game fits in the Game Boy Advance, GBA SP, Nintendo DS, and DS Lite, meaning the DS can play GBA games.
no you can not as the game boy advance does not have the right hardware also does not support the Nintendo ds stylus
no only Game Boy Advance (GBA) game and Nintendo DS games will work on the DS