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The characters on the screen are hard to see; and there is no color to just outlined figures
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: game boy color camera
There are 3 main parts of the "game":
 Shoot A picture of a Ford Tempo taken with the Game Boy Camera. Shoot contains the following choices:
 Play Play is a built-in Space Fever II game, which is the sequel to the Space Fever arcade. At the beginning, 2 spaceships will appear. One of them will send players to a music sequencer known as "Trippy-H" if shot at, where one can mix sounds and loops. This feature makes simple chiptunes. The other one will send players to Ball, which is also available through shoot. If enough is done in the game, a third spaceship will appear in the middle, and if that is shot at players will be sent to a racing mini-game known as Run! Run! Run!, which is listed as "?" on the left side of the screen.
In the actual Space Fever II game the player is attacked by spaceships and then attacked by bosses at the end of each group of smaller ones. The first boss is a giant face of a man with horns, the second boss is a giant face of a mustachioed man (who bears a slight resemblance to Luigi), and the third boss's face depends on the pictures taken in "Game Face". Once all 3 of the bosses are beaten, the cycle will start over again, only harder. If this is the first time through, Run! Run! Run! will be unlocked.
 View View contains the following choices:
 "Start" and "Select" options The following are options that appear when select is pressed on the main screen:
so you would press A on the first option "shoot" to take a picture.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
this happened to me as well, from personal experience it seems that your game got to hot and fried the circuitry a bit, i had to get a new game, found out if a little moister gets in there and heats up on a hot day, the power supply on the game system fries the circiutry, if you got it used see if they will return it for a better one, if you recently got it, i hope so...best of luck...shia
Posted on May 03, 2009
the game cartridge is dirty.
get a q-tip, put it in the open side of the cartridge game and clean the metal parts that look like piano keys.
hope this helps ;p
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Posted on Jan 08, 2010
Well its because the battery inside of the gamepack is dead now and needs to be replaced or its a bad gamepack then so buy a new one.
Posted on Sep 05, 2011
Well its because the battery inside of the gamepack that allows you to save the game data is dead now or its a bad gamepack then.
Can your Pokemon game still hold a save?
If your Game Boy game is no longer able to hold a save, yet can still be played fine, that most likely means that the battery in the game cartridge has run out of energy.
You can easily replace this battery, restoring the cartridge's ability to store save data. This replacement can be performed for much less than the cost of buying a new game. You just need to purchase a new battery.
**Basic soldering skills required**
New 3 Volt Coin Cell Battery - CR2025 (165mAh) or CR2032 (220mAh)
Fine tipped hemostat or needle-nosed pliers
Flip over your cartridge.
Using a hemostat, needle-nosed pliers, or anything else that you can grip it with, unscrew this little screw by turning counter-clockwise.
Once the screw has been removed, turn cartridge over, slide the front cover downwards, and pull it off.
Now you can see the circuit board, and the battery that allows one of the chips to retain the game save data.
You can see that both Pokemon Red and Silver cartridges look very similar, except that the Silver circuit board has a crystal oscillator in the upper left-hand corner to control the passing of time in the game.
Coming next: Removal and replacement of the battery
Posted on Sep 05, 2011
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