What are facts about the Nintendo Game Boy?
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.
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.
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…
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.