Yes the Nintendo Gameboy Advance can be connected to the Gamecube through the use of a link cable which can be purchased.
No, you can not connect a Nintendo DS to a Nintendo Gamecube, you can only connect a Nintendo Gameboy Advance.
Nes, SNES, Nintendo64, Gamecube, Wii Gameboy, Gameboy Light, Gameboy Colour, Gameboy Advance, Gameboy Advance SP, Gameboy Micro, Nintendo DS, Nintendo DSi and Nintendo DSi XL,3DS.
Actually yes it can, all you have to do is buy a gameboy player for the gamecube and gameboy start up disc. Look on Ebay.
Nintendo Entertainment System Super Nintendo Entertainment System Virtualboy Gameboy Nintendo 64 Gameboy Color Gameboy Advanced Nintendo Gamecube Nintendo Advanced SP Nintendo DS Nintendo Wii Nintendo DS lite Nintendo DSiNintendo 3DS
No, Pokémon Yellow is only for the original Gameboy however it can be played on the Gameboy Color, Gameboy Advanced, Gameboy Advanced SP and the Nintendo GameCube's Gameboy Player.
I got Wii,playstation2,nintendo and gameboy As for me, I have Nintendo 64, Gamecube, Xbox, Xbox 360, and PS2.
on gameboy, gamboy advance, and Nintendo ds, also wii, gamecube and n64
You can't. You need a Nintendo Gameboy Advance/SP and a Gamecube<-->Gameboy Advance game-link cable
Nintendo has made the Color TV Game,NES, SNES, N64, Gamecube, Nintendo Wii, and the Wii U. As for handhelds, the Game & Watch, Gameboy, Virtual Boy, Gameboy Advance, Nintendo DS, and the Nintendo 3DS (not including alternate versions, such as the Nintendo DS Lite, DSi, Gameboy Color, and Gameboy Advanced SP) So in total, 13
Well the ones I know are; Gameboy, Gameboy Color, Gameboy Advance, Gameboy Advance SP, Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo DS, Nintendo DS Lite, Nintendo DSi, Nintendo DSi XL, 3DS (Coming in March, 2011), Nintendo 64, GameCube, Wii. That makes a total of... "13"Those are the ones I know. I think there is a few more...
I'm pretty sure that the Nintendo video game systems are: Gameboy, Gameboy Color, Gameboy Advanced, Gameboy Advanced SP, NES, SNES, Nintendo 64, Gamecube, DS, DS Lite, DSI, DSI XL, 3DS (which will be released in March, 2011), and the Wii.