The Game-Boy Color
The Game Boy Color was Nintendos 1998's handheld masterpiece, being the fourth generation of the Gameboy console series and the last to have a sole, 8-bit processor.
Like its American name, the Game Boy Color wasn't just colourful in the sense of its display capabilities but with its many case options including transparent.
It features a case similar to that of the Game Boy pocket, being heavily compatible with the majority of original Game Boy games, even being able to generate them a limited colour picture.
Top 10 Games :
Known Amount of Games : 2022
The Legend Of Zelda: Link's Awakening
Pokemon Gold and Silver
Wario Land 3
Super Mario Bros Deluxe
Publisher: Game Freak
Donkey Kong Country
Dragon Quest III
Genre: Role-Playing (JRPG)
Publisher: Imagine Software
The Game Boy Color includes a custom make CPU sharp, supposedly a hybrid inspired by the Intel 8080 and Zilog Z80, two very famous but slightly outdated CP's for the time.
The console also includes a mono speaker and stereo headphone jack, that output the two square and single noise channel the device has for sound production.
The two AA batteries give up to 10 hours worth of gaming with an LED indicator to show battery percentage.
The 32kB of RAM and 16kB of VRAM allows for up to 40 sprites of either the 8x8 or 8x16 size, on its 43mmx41mm, 2.3 inch TFT LCD.