Gameboy Video Games - Fun with Gameboy Video Games
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Gameboy video gaming systems come with options for every age gamer. Starting with the original Gameboy and through improvements like the Advance or DS system, Ninetendo has been a leader in the hand held gaming system for decades.
Classic Gameboy and Gameboy Color introduced arcade favorites like “Mario Brothers,” “Asteroids” and “Missile Command” to the hand held player. These favorites can be hard to find since the systems have gone out of production, but the internet is bringing them back. Several sites run simulators that allow a gamer to play through classic selections. Once again, children of the Nineties can experience an adventure with “Bill and Ted” or ride a zord with the “Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers.”
The Gameboy Advance came next. It is still on the market and plays titles from several genres. An action adventurer may enjoy “The Legends of Zelda” or “Grand Theft Auto.” Sports enthusiasts can become their favorite heroes in baseball, basketball, football or golf. They can choose between college and professional sports. One can challenge Olympic caliber athletes or take on the “X-Games.” Car lovers have options that range from racing a Volkswagen in road rallies to moto-cross motorcycle tournaments. Top Gameboy video games for the DS system include “Final Fantasy,” “Dementium II,” “Tetris” and “Picross.” Those who wish to get in shape can exercise to the oldies or have their own personal trainer encourage them from the program. Both hand held systems include games for the younger players. From “Dora the Explorer” to “Harry Potter”, Gameboy video games are good ways to encourage children to read while having fun.
Although these systems are designed for single players, Gameboy found a way for people to share. Starting with a cable game link system, Pokemon players could meet up and swap pocket monsters or play challenge matches and battles. With the DS system, players could use local wi-fi connections to interact, swap characters or just chat. Not all DS titles allow in-game chat so if that is an important feature, check the game specifications before buying.
Gameboy video games have brought hours of delight to generations of gamers. Older players can relive their glory days in an arcade. Younger players can become their favorite movie hero or sports stars. Athletes can record their progress and health enthusiasts can monitor their diets. Children can explore new worlds, care for virtual pets or even learn to read.