Nintendo Game Boy Color Emulators

Nintendo Game Boy Color Background

Nintendo began selling its 2nd palm-sized gaming system in 1998. The Gameboy Color’s original game was Centipede and the best-selling games were Centipede, Dragon Quest Monsters, Game and Watch Gallery 2, Tetris DX, Wario land II. Add-ons to this system were: a Game Boy Printer, Game Link Cable for rad multi-player connectivity, an e-Reader, and the Super Game Boy Adapter that let users play Game Boy Color games on the SNES. Some of the top games for the Game Boy Color include Metal Gear Solid, Super Mario Bros. Deluxe, The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages, The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons, Mario Tennis, and the Pokemon series.

Below are the Nintendo Game Boy Color Emulators available:

Nintendo Game Boy Color Emulators for Android

Nintendo Game Boy Color Emulators for Blackberry

Nintendo Game Boy Color Emulators for iOS

Nintendo Game Boy Color Emulators for Linux

Nintendo Game Boy Color Emulators for Mac

Nintendo Game Boy Color Emulators for Unix

Nintendo Game Boy Color Emulators for Windows

More Info on the Nintendo Game Boy Color

Having a color screen was a Huge improvement over the monochrome kinda yellowish green color that the previous game boy had.

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The Visual Boy Advance Emulator in Action

Visual Boy Advance (commonly referred to as VBA) is one of the best Nintendo Game Boy Color emulators out there.  It can play most Nintendo GBC games beautifully.  Do you want to watch a video of the VBA emulator playing a GBC game to see what it’s capable of doing? Then check out the following YouTube video we have created.