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The Game Boy Advance [1] is the 32-bit handheld console successor to the Game Boy Color. It was developed, manufactured and marketed by Nintendo, and released on March 21, 2001 in Japan; on June 11, 2001 in North America and on June 22, 2001 in Europe and Australia. 

List of GBA Games[edit | edit source]

List of NES Classics Games for GBA[edit | edit source]

List of GBA Double Superpack Games[edit | edit source]

Link Adapter [2][edit | edit source]

Card e-Reader [3] [4][edit | edit source]

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Models[edit | edit source]

The GBA was re-modelled twice, into two different new consoles:

  • Game Boy Advance SP. It was released in early 2003. It brought new features, such as a lit screen and rechargeable batteries. Two models were released, the first one being front-lit (AGS-001) and the second one backlit (AGS-101).
  • Game Boy Micro. Released in 2005, this Game Boy is not much larger than one of the cartridges it plays.
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