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Gameboy Color

Gameboy Color

Welcome to the Nintendo Gameboy Color section here at the Japanese Retro Video Games shop. We stock a large selection of games, accessories and systems. The Game Boy Color is Nintendo's successor to the 8-bit Game Boy handheld game console, and was released on October 21, 1998 in Japan, November 19, 1998 in North America, November 23, 1998 in Europe and November 27, 1998 in the United Kingdom. It features a color screen and is slightly thicker and taller than the Game Boy Pocket. As with the original Game Boy, it has an 8-bit processor. The Game Boy and Game Boy Color combined have sold 118.69 million units worldwide.

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  1. MTV Sports: T.J. Lavin's Ultimate BMX  ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    MTV Sports: T.J. Lavin's Ultimate BMX ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    £3.00

    MTV Sports: T.J. Lavin's Ultimate BMX is an extreme sports game. It's a BMX stunts game in an isometric perspective similar to the Game Boy Color version of MTV Sports: Skateboarding. Each of the levels in the game has various objectives for you to achieve. There are three types of levels: vert, street and dirt. Each type features different objects which allow you to do different types of tricks. The game features 10 different tricks that you can pull off. Money you make from winning levels can be invested in upgrades for your bike.The game features original BMX riders such as T.J. Lavin and others. Learn More
  2. Crazy Bikers ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    Crazy Bikers ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    £3.00

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    Motocross Maniacs 2 is the follow up to the Game Boy title Motocross Maniacs. Much like in the previous iteration of the game, the aim is to ride a dirt-bike through side-scrolling courses filled with loops, jumps, ramps and hills. There are many bonus items to help the player along the way, such as nitro boosts and super suspension. The player has the option to play against a computer player or a friend (via Link Cable), as well as Time Trial or Championship. There is also a level editor and room for three saved custom tracks made by the player. Learn More
  3. Space Invaders ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    Space Invaders ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    £3.00

    In 1978, Earth successfully repulsed an invasion from outer space thanks to "the Tank." The Tank was based on alien technology found when a scout ship had crashed years earlier. Now, over 20 years later, a new Tank has been created based on the technology recovered during the 1978 invasion. And none too soon, because the Invaders are back! Space Invaders is yet another classic arcade game remake by Activision. (See Battlezone and Asteroids.) But this time, Activision licensed a game from Taito instead of Atari. The game stays close to its roots while adding many power-ups and enemies. You can play either one or two players against the Invaders, who march down the screen in orderly rows and columns, at one of three skill levels. You'll start at Pluto and work your way through the Solar System to Mars, then Venus, and finally Earth. There are four common aliens (red, green, blue, and yellow), plus seven more less common ones. You receive special one shot power-ups by shooting four of the same type of Invaders in a row. As in the original game, there are also Mother Ships that fly above the action, but in this version if you hit them you can pick up other useful power-ups like shields or double shots. Plus, after fighting off several waves on each planet, you'll face a unique boss. If you manage to finish the game, you'll be able to play a reproduction of the original coin-op. Learn More
  4. WWF Betrayal ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    WWF Betrayal ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    £3.00

    Despite its license, WWF Betrayal is not a wrestling game, but a brawler reminiscent of Double Dragon. The player starts off as either of the four WWF superstars: The Rock, Triple H, The Undertaker, or "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. The story consists of the player's selected wrestler being just moments away from winning the WWF Championship before getting hit from behind by an unknown assailant and defeated. The protagonist wakes up to discover that Stephanie McMahon, a WWF manager and Triple H's wife (both on-screen and in real life), has been kidnapped, and her father, the federation CEO Vince McMahon, promises the player's character another shot at the title if he rescues Stephanie. There are six levels to choose from; the protagonist traverses these stages and fights off referees, street punks, security guards, and even other WWF superstars with punches, kicks, dropkicks, or with various weapons scattered throughout the stages, such as steel pipes, nightsticks, 2x4's, and others. Not only does the hero have to defeat enemies: he also has to avoid various traps and pitfalls - patches of fire, floor traps, and laser cannons, to name a few. There are also power-ups that are located in various places throughout the game, which can replenish the protagonist's health and power bar. Additionally, when the player fills up a character's power bar, he can unleash his unique finishing moves, such as the Stone Cold Stunner or the Pedigree, on a selected enemy. There is also an option for a second player to join in, using a link cable to team up and help out on the friend's journey. Learn More
  5. WCW Mayhem ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    WCW Mayhem ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    £3.00

    WCW Mayhem is a wrestling game with the official WCW license and twelve-real-life wrestlers to play with. During the matches, the opponents try to perform moves while both wrestlers are close together (basically by holding a direction and pressing buttons with the correct timing) to diminish the opponent's energy. This is necessary so he can be hold on the ground for three seconds, which ends the match. One speciality of this game is the possibility to leave the ring and fight in the dressing rooms or the street. Besides the career mode (trying to win the WCW by passing through lower leagues with lower difficulty) and single matches against the AI, there is also the option to play against another human participant. Learn More
  6. X-Men: Mutant Academy

    X-Men: Mutant Academy ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    £4.00

    Like its bigger brother, X-Men: Mutant Academy on the Game Boy Color is a fighting game starring Marvel's famous mutants. Due to the obvious hardware limitations, the stages in this version have been designed in 2D, and there are also differences in gameplay. The character roster includes four X-Men (Cyclops, Wolverine, Storm and Gambit) and five evil Mutants (Magneto, Toad, Mystique, Sabretooth and Pyro). There are also two additional secret characters, whose unlocking codes are revealed upon beating the game's story mode. In addition to the story mode, in which one character takes on all the others in consecutive fights, there is a training mode, battle mode (featuring teams of three characters each), survival mode (one character taking on all others with only a single bar of health) and a versus mode utilizing the Game Link cable. The Game Boy's two buttons are used for kicks and punches (or basic mutant abilities like Cyclops' eye beam). During a fight, a rage bar will slowly fill, which allows using powerful special attacks activated through button combos. Learn More
  7. X-Men: Mutant Wars ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    X-Men: Mutant Wars ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    £5.00

    X-Men: Mutant Wars is a side-scrolling beat-'em-up in which you take control of the X-Men (including Wolverine, Storm, Iceman, Gambit, and Cyclops) and must use the powers of each to fight your way through the many levels of evil mutants, crazy machines and boss characters including Magneto. You can change the character at any time during the game, which is important as your characters power level decreases as you go. When you change a character, the character you take out rests, and the power level increases. Also, some areas can only be completed by using the certain powers of each character. Apart from the normal mode of play, you can also play a second version, where you must fight all of the Boss characters, and if your character runs out of power, you cannot use him/her again. Learn More
  8. Mary-Kate and Ashley: Winner's Circle( GBC ) ( GBA )

    Mary-Kate and Ashley: Winner's Circle ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    £2.50

    Mary Kate and Ashley: Winner's Circle is an isometric horse racing game. You pick either one of the Olsens, and a horse, then an event. Most events are essentially clock or checkpoint race where you must make it through the track or jump all the gates before time runs out, but there are also challenge stages with more varied goals such as collection. Controls can be done either Mary-Kate style, where you use left and right to turn the horse, or Ashley style, where the horse will point in the direction you press on the D-pad. In both cases, B kicks the horse to get them moving and A signals them to jump. Learn More
  9. Walt Disney World Quest Magical Racing Tour  GBC ) ( GBA )

    Walt Disney World Quest Magical Racing Tour ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    £5.00

    A cart racing game featuring Disney Characters Starring Jiminy Cricket, Chip, and Dale, and a few characters created specifically for the game. The catch is that all of the tracks are actually based on rides at all of the four Walt Disney World Parks (Haunted Mansion, Splash Mountain, Space Mountain, Rock'n'Rollercoaster, Typhoon Lagoon, etc...). Learn More
  10. Bugs Bunny: Crazy Castle 3 GBC ) ( GBA )

    Bugs Bunny: Crazy Castle 3 ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    £4.00

    Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle brings the gameplay from Bugs Bunny in Crazy Castle and its sequel to the Game Boy Color. In the game you play as Bugs Bunny and you have to find a treasure hidden in an old castle. Unfortunately the witch Hazel put your friends (other Looney Tunes characters such as Daffy Duck, Yosemite Sam, Sylvester and Wile E. Coyote) under a spell and they will try anything to prevent you from reaching your goal. You will have to guide Bugs Bunny through 60 levels in and around the castle. In each level you have to find eight keys to unlock the door to the next level. You can collect carrots for more lives and there are a variety of weapons you can pick up to take care of your enemies, including bombs, lightning, cork gun, juice and weights. Other items such as a hammer or pick-axe can help you get past level obstacles. Shields, clocks and shoes will protect you from your enemies. As Bugs Bunny you can walk around, climb stairs, use elevators and climb through tunnels to navigate around the screen. Learn More

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