Game Boy Advance
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The original Game Boy Advance model
|Media||Game Boy Advance cartridges|
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Game Boy Color cartridges
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Game Boy Advance
The original model features a wider screen than its predecessors, shoulder buttons, and processing power comparable to the SNES. The Game Boy Advance is backwards compatible with both the original Game Boy and the Game Boy Color.
Game Boy Advance SP
The Game Boy Advance SP features a foldable design, a rechargeable battery, and a frontlit screen. On September 2005, an improved version with a backlit screen was released in North America. A special limited edition Zelda-themed Game Boy Advance SP bundle was also released. Limited to 25,000 copies, it featured a golden console with the Triforce outside and the Wingcrest inside. It also included a copy of The Minish Cap (without box). It was available for sale only in Europe and Australia.
Game Boy Micro
The Game Boy Micro features a smaller design, a backlit screen, and removable face plate. It is also no longer backwards compatible with the previous Game Boy consoles.
The Legend of Zelda Games
- The Legend of Zelda (Classic NES Series)
- The Adventure of Link (Classic NES Series)
- A Link to the Past & Four Swords
- The Minish Cap
The Game Boy Advance can also be conected to a GameCube to play Four Swords Adventures with up to four players, and The Wind Waker in order to use the Tingle Tuner. Due to the backwards compatibility, the console is also able to play Link's Awakening, Link's Awakening DX, Oracle of Ages, and Oracle of Seasons.
- If the Oracle games are played on any Game Boy Advance instead of a Game Boy Color, the Advance Shop can be found, where the GBA Time and GBA Nature Rings can be bought.