Ah, the sweet embrace of nostalgia!
My story is like a heart-warming retro game plot twist.
So, let’s rewind to the pixelated past: My former co-worker, in a moment of button-mashing folly, parted ways with their cherished childhood game. Perhaps they traded it for a power-up or a virtual extra life—because, hey, who wouldn’t want an extra life, right?
But fear not! I swooped in like a hero on a quest, snatching up that game cartridge like it was the last golden coin in the Mushroom Kingdom. And now, fast-forward a couple of levels (or years), and my co-worker emerges from the warp pipe of time, seeking redemption.
They offer me another copy of the same game—a sequel, if you will. But wait, there’s a bonus level: a pristine Game Boy Color box! It’s like finding a hidden treasure chest in the desert level—unexpected, but oh-so-rewarding.
Sure, this trade might cost me a few more coins in the long run, but the real magic lies in the reunion. I’m like Mario and Luigi, reuniting lost Yoshis with their eggs. And as I add that Game Boy Color box to my collection, it’s like levelling up in the game of life.

Finding Nemo – Nintendo Gamecube (2003)

Disney/Pixar’s Finding Nemo for the Nintendo GameCube is an engaging underwater adventure game based on the beloved animated film.
In this game, players can choose to play as Marlin, Dory, or Nemo as they explore over 20 levels filled with challenging puzzles and arcade action.
The game follows the movie’s plot, where the goal is to reunite young clownfish Nemo with his father Marlin. Along the way, players will encounter other memorable characters from the film, and film clips add to the fun and nostalgia.

Boxed, No Manual

Nintendo Game Boy Color – Lime Green Box

Box, Insert and Manual Only
Name/VariantNintendo Game Boy Color – Lime Green (Box)
NotesFree In Trade