The Nintendo Pocket Camera is the Japanese version of the Game Boy Camera, which was an accessory for the Game Boy handheld game console. It was released in 1998 and allowed users to take, edit, and print grayscale photos using the Game Boy system. The camera had a swivel lens that could rotate 180 degrees, and a sensor that could capture images with a resolution of 128 x 112 pixels and four shades of grey. The camera also had some built-in games and a music sequencer. The camera could work with the Game Boy Printer, which used thermal paper to print the photos. The camera came in different colours and models, such as blue, green, red, yellow, clear purple, and gold. The Nintendo Pocket Camera was a fun and creative device that made digital photography accessible and enjoyable for many people.

These boxes look great together, I am working on getting all the available colours.