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Instructions Was given a Game boy Advance with Solitaire Funpack1 How do I play this game on the Game Boy Advance

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Put it into the GBA slot in the system an turn it on.

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My sons just got pokemon gameboy color hand-me-downs x 2. They are 7 and never had a toy like this before. The screens are very dark and we did not get a 'how to use' manual with them. I'm a bit of a...


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if you can, get a Game Boy Advance SP.
the screen has light and has a bigger screen.
you can get one at a Game Stop for $30.
Game Boy Advance SP play game boy, game boy color games, too.
if you choose to stay with the GB color, your boys will have to play their GBC's in well lit conditions.
hope this helps ;p
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What kind of old version games can you play on game...


Dan12:

Your Game Boy Color Pink can play any games that are for:

Game Boy Original (Gray Cartridges size of your palm)
Game Boy Color 1 (Black Cartridges same as the Gray)
Game Boy Color 2 (Translucent Game Cartridges with a hump on top of the cartridge)

The games mentioned above are the ones that are able to play on Game Boy Color units.

Some games you might like are:

Mario Games
Wario Games
Pokemon Games
Donkey Kong Games
Kirby Games
Yoshi Games

Action Games
Adventure Games
Whatever fits you, the cartridges are large and twice the size of an advance game, all games for the systems mentioned above are compatable with your pink game boy color unit.

Thanks!
J.R.
Shadowblackcatplatt@gmail.com

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