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Gameboy Color System
Name: Gameboy Color System
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  • Description
    Game Boy Color was the ultimate evolution of the original Game Boy system. Released in 1998, Game Boy Color added a color display, allowing for a palette of over 32,000 colors. Game Boy Color was compatible with hundreds of original Game Boy games.


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    top of the handheld system echelon
    by jane 27 Mar 2007

    The Game Boy Color is a watershed system in Nintendo's ever-innovative arsenal of technology. It combines a TFT screen, multi-color capability, and backwards compatibility techonology: just three of many attributes that will prolong the life of the system for years to come. This coupled with Nintnedo's stealthy marketing campaigns shall ensure the Game Boy systems with a spot at the top of the handheld system echelon.