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Game Boy Consoles: Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Line, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance Sp, Game Boy Micro, List of Game Boy Colors and Styles

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Published October 14th 2010
ISBN : 9781157635727
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64 pages
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Chapters: Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Line, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance Sp, Game Boy Micro, List of Game Boy Colors and Styles. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 62. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in theMoreChapters: Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Line, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance Sp, Game Boy Micro, List of Game Boy Colors and Styles. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 62. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The Game Boy Gmu Bi) line is a line of battery-powered handheld game consoles sold by Nintendo. It is one of the worlds best-selling game system lines with a combined 200+ million units sold worldwide. The original Game Boy and Game Boy Color combined sold 118.69 million units worldwide. As of December 31, 2009, all versions of the Game Boy Advance combined have sold 81.50 million units. Comparing the sizes of some Game Boy systems, from top-left: Game Boy, Pocket, Advance, Color, Advance SP, MicroNintendos Game Boy handheld was first released in 1989. The gaming device was the brainchild of long-time Nintendo employee Gunpei Yokoi, who was the person behind the Ultra Hand, an expanding arm toy created and produced by Nintendo in 1970, long before Nintendo would enter the video game market. Yokoi was also responsible for the Game & Watch series of handhelds when Nintendo made the move from toys to video games. When Yokoi designed the original Game Boy, he knew that to be successful, the system needed to be small, light, inexpensive, and durable, as well as have a varied, recognizable library of games upon its release. By following this simple mantra, the Game Boy line managed to gain a vast following despite technically superior alternatives which would have color graphics instead. This is also apparent in the name (conceived by Shigesato Itoi), which connotes a smaller sidekick companion to Nintendos consoles. Game Boy continues its success to this day and many at Nintendo have dedicated the handheld in Yokois memory. Game Boy celebrated its 15th anniversary in 2004, which nearly coi...http: //booksllc.net/?id=1197