Game Boy Advance and Its Predecessors
As the recognition of the NES grew, the occasion was suitable to bring in gaming systems that were still more portable. To take the thought further, the idea of Nintendo Game Boy was initiated in 1970 which was however, not released until 1989. The creators of the console preferred to launch a console, which was not only amply handy, but at the same moment, economic and tough. Thus sturdiness, economy and portability were the three key targets before the creators of the GB console.
Although it has an 8-bit processor the Nintendo GB was extremely highly developed at the occasion of its release. Built in jacks to the side of the system were added so that rechargeable batteries could be used. Camera attachments printing out the pictures were some of its higher features. With the advancement of time, the progress continued and in 1998 the color monitor was introduced in the console which was then called Nintendo Game Boy color. The GBC was still smaller than the original type and all the GB games could be played with the new GBC.
The next edition in portable Nintendo gaming was the GB Color. The Color version of the original was released in 1998 and was so named for its colored screen. It was tinier than the previous Game Boy and was the initial of its sort to be wholly useful even with the original GB games. The GB Color had twice the processing speed of the original but the resolution of the monitor was the matching. Even so, the color display could show 56 diverse colors at one occasion. The case came in different colors, including see-through purple.
The GB Advance was primarily released in 2001 and was a 32-bit gaming console. It closely resembled the Sega Game Gear, that was the original Game-Boy rival. The Advance was also released to be capable to play the similar games as the Game-Boy Color. There were different Game Boy Advance models such as the Advance SP that looks like a small laptop computer as well as the Game Boy Micro, which was a tinier version of the initial Advance and permitted users to modify the color by having detachable faceplates. The most popular Advance games were in the Pokemon series.
The GB Advance was in the beginning produced in 2001 and was a 32-bit gaming system. It closely resembled the Sega Game Gear, that was the original Game Boy rival. The Advance was also made able to play similar games as the GB Color. There were diverse Game Boy Advance models such as the Advance SP, which resembled a small computer, as well as the Game Boy Micro, that was a smaller edition of the original Advance and permitted gamers to change the color by having removable faceplates. The most well liked Advance games were in the Pokemon series.