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Game cover K-1 Pocket Grand Prix ( - gba)

K-1 Pocket Grand Prix - the boxing game developed by Daft and published by Konami which was released in Japan in 2002.


Game cover K-1 Pocket Grand Prix 2 ( - gba)

K-1 Pocket Grand Prix 2 - the boxing game developed by Daft and published by Konami which was released in Japan in 2002.


Game cover Kaeru B Back ( - gba)

Kaeru B Back is the role-playing game published by Shoten Kadokawa which was released in Japan in 2002 .


Game cover Kaiketsu Zorori to Mahou no Yuuenchi - Ohimesama wo Sukue! ( - gba)
Game description Kaiketsu Zorori to Mahou no Yuuenchi - Ohimesama wo Sukue! missing.

Game cover Kamaitachi no Yoru Advance ( - gba)

Similar toys quite often meet now in the game industry.


Game cover Kami no Kijutsu - Illusion of the Evil Eyes ( - gba)
Game description Kami no Kijutsu - Illusion of the Evil Eyes missing.

Game cover Kao the Kangaroo ( - gba)
Game description Kao the Kangaroo missing.

Game cover Kappa no Kai-Kata Katan Daibouken ( - gba)
Game description Kappa no Kai-Kata Katan Daibouken missing.

Game cover Karnaaj Rally ( - gba)
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Game cover Kawa no Nushi Tsuri 3 & 4 ( - gba)

Kawa no Nushi Tsuri 3+4 is the game about fishing developed and published by the Marvelous company which was released in Japan in 2006 .


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The Game Boy Advance (abbreviated as GBA) is a 32-bit handheld game system by Nintendo. It is the successor to the Game Boy Color.

The Game Boy Advance was first shown at Spaceworld Tokyo on August 24, 2000. In Japan, the Game Boy Advance went on sale on March 21, 2001 for 9,800 yen (about $100); in the US, sales began later. The console retained compatibility with the Game Boy and Game Boy Color. There are both 2D and 3D games for the console (for example, Need For Speed, Serious Sam Advance, etc.)

In 2003, Nintendo released the Game Boy Advance SP, a more compact clamshell variant with lights and a rechargeable battery. The Game Boy Advance SP had several limited editions (Famicom edition, Mario Limited Edition Pak, Zelda Pak, Final Fantasy Tactics edition, etc.)

In 2005, the Game Boy Micro appeared, another compact version of the Game Boy Advance.

Specifications for Game Boy Advance

  • Processor: 32-bit arm7tdmi at 16.78MHz and Z80 at 8MHz.
  • RAM: 32 KB, 256 KB external RAM
  • Video RAM: 96 KB
  • Drives: cartridges 4-32 MB.
  • Screen: TFT, 240×160 pixels, 32,768 colors, diagonal 74 mm.
  • Controls: D-pad (+), L and R shifts, A and B buttons, SELECT, START.
  • Additionally: Smooth volume control, headphone output (Mini-jack 3.5 mm). Works with cartridges from Game Boy and Game Boy Color. serial port. It has the ability to connect up to 4 set-top boxes in one network. Powered by 2 AA batteries (3 volts).
  • There was also a very rare model with a TV-out and non-switchable backlight in a classic case.