- Pokemon Space World Crystal
- Pokemon SourCrystal
- Pokemon Christmas
- Pokemon Majora Crystal
- Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2001
- The Legend Of Zelda- Oracle Of Seasons
- Jurassic Boy 2
- Sonic Adventure 7
- Pokemon Trading Card Game
- Joel’s Bizarre Pokéventure
- Pokemon Diamond (Hack)
- Pokemon Diamond V2 (Hack)
- Pokemon Gold EX
- Pokemon Polished Crystal
- Pokemon White Crystal
- Pokemon SourCrystal (Pokemon Crystal Hack)
About GameBoy Color Console
The Game Boy Color was a handheld gaming console developed and produced by Nintendo. It was released in 1998 as an enhanced version of the original Game Boy, featuring a color screen and the ability to play games in color.
The Game Boy Color was known for its strong library of games, including a number of popular franchises such as Pokémon, The Legend of Zelda, and Super Mario Bros. It was also known for its long battery life and durable design. The console was released in several different colors and models over its lifespan and was popular with gamers of all ages.
Some of the most popular games for the Game Boy Color include:
- Pokémon Gold and Silver: Role-playing games featuring a wide variety of Pokémon and an expansive world to explore.
- The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons: Action-adventure games set in the Zelda universe.
- Super Mario Bros. Deluxe: A rerelease of the original Super Mario Bros. game with added features and levels.
- Tetris: A classic puzzle game featuring falling blocks and endless replayability.
- Harvest Moon: A farming simulation game in which players can grow crops, raise animals, and build relationships with characters.
The Game Boy Color was eventually succeeded by the Game Boy Advance in 2001, but it remains a beloved console by many gamers and collectors. It is still possible to find used or refurbished Game Boy Color consoles for sale online or at some retail stores. Many of the games from the Game Boy Color era have also been rereleased on modern platforms, such as the Nintendo 3DS, allowing players to experience them on modern hardware.