The system was originally released in 1989. It featured a gray-scale screen, two game play buttons and a D-pad for directional movements. Games were played using a miniature cartridge and the Game Boy was powered by 4 AA batteries. While the Game Boy was great on the go, it often ate through batteries fast, especially since it took 4 batteries to operate. The system was fragile as well. If the screen was hit in any way, it could easily crack and prevent the Game Boy from functioning again.
The Nintendo Game Boy Micro and the Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP Mark (Back-Lit screen) were the last models in the Nintendo Game Boy line as the Nintendo DS and DS Lite and DSi are not considered as a Nintendo Game Boy.
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.
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
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.
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
The Game Cube console does not play the older Nintendo cartrides. You can hook a Nintendo game boy to the console and play game boy games.
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
game boy color
The Game Boy was invented in 1989 in Japan by Gunpei Yokoi, who worked for Nintendo. The Game Boy then later evolved into the Nintendo 3DS today.
The Nintendo Game Boy Color was replace by its' replacement the 32 Bit Game Boy Advance in 2001.
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.
no you can not as the game boy advance does not have the right hardware also does not support the Nintendo ds stylus
The 3DS does not have a slot for Game Boy, Game Boy Color or Game boy Advance cartridges.
No, the Nintendo DS cannot communicate with the Game Boy Advanced in any manner.
no you can only trade from game boy to game boy or nintendo ds to nintendo dsds
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.
Yes. The gameboy was similar to the original nintendo in power but had less. The game boy advance is essisentaill a super nintendo in your pocket
no you can not. the latest model of a Nintendo handheld that can play game boy color is the game boy adavance/ game boy advance sp. Plus with the new DSi it doesnt even have an game boy advance slot at all>
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.
you can't play Nintendo DS games on Game Boy Advance SP.
There is no specific device that allows you to connect a Game Boy to a Nintendo 64. The closest to this is the Transfer Pak, which allows you to use Pokemon from Game Boy Pokemon games on Pokemon Stadium and Pokemon Stadium 2, and transfer characters from the Game Boy Mario Tennis game to the Nintendo 64 version.
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