The Game Boy Advance is a 32-bit Game Boy system. It is the fifth console in the Game Boy Family. It was released in 2001. The colours it came in include, but are not limited to, black, fuchsia, glacier, and its most well-known colour, indigo. It has its own line of games and is also backwards-compatible with Game Boy and Game Boy Colour games. Game Boy Advance cartridges are nearly half the size of the cartridges for Game Boy and Game Boy Colour.
The bottom has the power switch and the volume control. The top has the game link port for multiplayer games. The Game Boy Advance was the first Game Boy model to have L and R shoulder buttons, and grips were also added on the sides. The Game Boy Advance has the D-pad and the select and start buttons are on the left side, the screen is in the middle, while the A and B buttons are on the right side, and this system is comfortable for the player’s hands while playing the system. The original Game Boy Advance did not have a built-in frontlit or backlit screen, which means the screen of the original Game Boy Advance is useless in the dark without using external devices, and the screen is used only in the daylight. The non-built in light issue was fixed in the Game Boy Advance SP. The original Game Boy Advance ran on 2 Double A batteries, and the original Game Boy Advance was the final handheld that two AA batteries are needed to run.
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I also have the Fuchsia version of this console
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