The Video game Boy is that small, vibrant portable video game system clutched by folks playing it all over. Popular among a broad age, including an excellent number of airport-lounging power executives, the Video game Boy has a real hardcore fan base made up of millions (and millions) of kids around the world.
Nintendo's Video game Boy debuted in the late '80s and has actually given that offered more than 60 million systems worldwide, far outmatching other hand-held game systems. With a catalog of more than 1,000 video games and lots of add-on peripherals, Video game Boy is a beast of a hand-held game system, and a remarkably cost effective one at that.
Early March 1998 brought the release of the Video game Boy Color system, an updated variation of the initial black-and-white system. It is geared up with an 8-bit CPU, doubling the initial Video game Boy's computing power. The small LCD screen can show up to 56 colors all at once (from a 32,000-color combination), provided by means of improved video-processing memory that offers extremely sharp and lively graphics.
The numerous available video games differ from tremendously engaging to instantly forgettable. Quality or not, the entire library of video games created for the initial system is playable on Video game Boy Color, but buyers ought to note that not all Video game Boy Color video games will deal with the initial Video game Boy system.
The Video game Boy Color system is available in an exotic range of colors and scandal sheets. Accessories and add-on peripherals abound, enhancing the playing experience with vibrating feedback to in-game bumps and crashes, extra battery power, as well as a creative cam package that allows gamers to record, tweak, and print images.
Limited Edition Color
Released only in Japan