12/18/18

Did you play GBA? Now with alternatives and emulator!



The Game Boy Advance is a golden page in the history of videogames: a 32-bit laptop developed and manufactured by Nintendo, a marvel that was launched to the Japanese market on March 21, 2001 and June 11 of that same year. In America.


During its years of life, there were several versions of this laptop, and even a GBA emulator and some GBA ROMS. Here we explain the best of the best of the versions:

GAME BOY ADVANCE SP AGS-001

The Game Boy Advance SP AGS-001 with screen on is the worst way to play on this beautiful laptop. Its advantage, compared to the GBA SP AGS-101, is that it is possible to turn off the light of the screen with a button. On the other hand, let's not forget that it was the first Game Boy Advance with a rechargeable battery.

GAME BOY MICRO

This 80 gram wonder was the latest and rarest version of Game Boy Advance. Less than 3 million units in existence made it the scarcest Game Boy on the planet. Its small screen of only two inches maintained the resolution of 240 x 160 pixels and it was enough to hold it for a few seconds to fall in love with this miniature laptop.

NINTENDO 3DS XL

The 3DS started sales until the moment that Nintendo decided to make the first price drop four months after its launch. Those who bought the launch console or within those first months were "awarded" with 20 classic Nintendo titles. Among them, 10 were from Game Boy Advance.

Do you have a GBA emulator or some GBA ROM to play your favorite games? Comment!
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