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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. Conker's Pocket Tales

    Conker's Pocket Tales ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    £3.00

    The squirrel Berri decides to throw a surprise birthday party for her boyfriend Conker. However, the Evil Acorn breaks up the party and abducts Berri along with all the presents. Without delay, Conker embarks on a quest to rescue his sweetheart and bring back the presents. Conker travels through many top-down levels, trying to find presents that the Evil Acorn has stolen. Conker is equipped with a slingshot to battle enemies, such as mutant plants, snakes, and others. Players encounter a few mini-games on their adventure, including olympic-type games. GAME LABEL HAS FADED Learn More
  2. Merlin  ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    Merlin ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    £3.00

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  3. PONG    ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    PONG ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    £2.00

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  4. Quest for Camelot   ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    Quest for Camelot ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    £4.00

    Quest for Camelot tells the story of a young girl who dreams of threading in her father's footsteps and becoming one of the knights of the round table. The game is based on the Warner Bros. Animation film from 1998 with the same name. The game is an action-adventure in the style of Zelda games. You see your character Kayley from a top down perspective. You will have to fight enemies, solve puzzles, disable traps, and converse with NPCs. You can perform various attacks with your weapons, such as spin and lunge attacks. You can acquire a variety of different objects to make your quest easier such as: a compass, slingshot, grappling hook, and a snorkel. Kayley can also ride horseback. The game features nine regions with a total of over 60 areas to visit. Scenery varies from forests, mountains, villages and cave. GAME LABEL HAS FADED Learn More
  5. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets  ( GBC )( GBA)

    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets ( GBC )( GBA)

    £4.00

    The second Harry Potter role-playing game follows directly on from the first, with mostly the same game mechanics, controls and even some of the graphics. To unravel the mystery of the Chamber of Secrets, young wizard Harry Potter must fight turn-based battles and solve quests. In this game, he is not alone, as a party system was added: his friends Ron and Hermione (and some other characters) will join Harry in the battles. While Harry (as in the previous game) can use card combinations of Famous Witches and Wizards cards to produce special attacks and effects, his friends have other means: Ron can unleash his rat Scabbers in special rat attacks and Hermione, being the know-it-all that she is, influences combat through "lecture attacks", using helpful hints like "Be Careful!" (which increases defense, for example). Gone is the potion-mixing from the first game, but aside from the party system, several other features were added: the Informous spell divulges information about strengths and weaknesses of enemies, which is stored and can be accessed later. To aid in finding one's way around Hogwarts, floor maps were added. Like the first game, this one also includes several mini-games, including Quidditch, that once found in the game can be accessed from the main menu. NO TRAY INSIDE THE BOX Learn More
  6. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets  ( GBC )( GBA)

    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets ( GBC )( GBA)

    £6.00

    The second Harry Potter role-playing game follows directly on from the first, with mostly the same game mechanics, controls and even some of the graphics. To unravel the mystery of the Chamber of Secrets, young wizard Harry Potter must fight turn-based battles and solve quests. In this game, he is not alone, as a party system was added: his friends Ron and Hermione (and some other characters) will join Harry in the battles. While Harry (as in the previous game) can use card combinations of Famous Witches and Wizards cards to produce special attacks and effects, his friends have other means: Ron can unleash his rat Scabbers in special rat attacks and Hermione, being the know-it-all that she is, influences combat through "lecture attacks", using helpful hints like "Be Careful!" (which increases defense, for example). Gone is the potion-mixing from the first game, but aside from the party system, several other features were added: the Informous spell divulges information about strengths and weaknesses of enemies, which is stored and can be accessed later. To aid in finding one's way around Hogwarts, floor maps were added. Like the first game, this one also includes several mini-games, including Quidditch, that once found in the game can be accessed from the main menu. NO TRAY INSIDE THE BOX Learn More
  7. LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge

    LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge ( GBC ) ( DS )

    £8.00

    Lego Island 2: Brickster's Revenge is the sequel of Lego Island. The game begins with the player traveling around Lego Island, delivering pizza and talking to fellow citizens until the event where Brickster escape from prison, and attempts to deconstruct all the buildings on Lego Island. Varied gameplay, as the game is part flying game, part racing game, part sky-diving drill, and part astronaut training mission. The player will interact with around 50 or more different characters from Lego Island. Along the way, the player will have to fly bi-planes, race LEGO cars, command space shuttles, and skateboard through a plethora of areas based on LEGO' series of play themes, like LEGO Knight's Kingdom, and the LEGO Adventurers. Also featured are 18 sub-games, as well as a LEGO-themed skate park where the player and Pepper can try a ton of skateboard tricks anytime. Learn More
  8. RoboCop ( GB ) (GBC)

    RoboCop ( GB ) (GBC)

    £4.00

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    Based on the 1987 movie of the same name, Patrolman Alex Murphy was killed on the streets of Detroit. The major corporation there, Omni Consumer Products (OCP) saw an opportunity to sell a new kind of law enforcement officer to the troubled city. They took what was left of Murphy, encased it in titanium armor, wiped his memory and created RoboCop. Now it's up to RoboCop to clean the streets of Detroit and eliminate the one responsible for his murder, Clarence Boddicker. But it looks like Clarence might not be the kingpin of this town... Ocean's version of RoboCop for 8-bit machines loosely adapts the Data East arcade game, with stages inspired by those from the coin-op, but also entirely new gameplay elements. In most levels, RoboCop walks from left to right, shooting his gun at hordes of enemies that intend to kill him with bullets, chainsaws or their fists. Stages include the streets of Detroit (in two parts, based on the first level of the arcade), a drug factory (based on the fourth arcade level), and a junkyard (based on the third coin-op stage). Gun power-ups to collect include a rapid fire model, a three-way shot and a powerful flame cannon. Two levels end with boss fights against RoboCop's chief adversary ED-209. For some reason, ED is impervious to bullets and must be defeated using Robo's fists alone. New challenges from the arcade include hostage scenarios: in these, seen from a first-person perspective, a criminal holds an innocent person. Moving crosshairs and firing precisely, RoboCop must take care to shoot only the criminal, not the civilian. Another new game element requires some quick thinking: in a puzzle mode, a composite sketch of a suspect is presented and must be matched by choosing the correct parts (hair, chin, eyes, etc.) of the face within a tight time limit. Learn More
  9. Inspector Gadget - Operation Madkactus  ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    Inspector Gadget - Operation Madkactus ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    £4.00

    Go Go Gadget!!! Once again the evil Dr. Claw has brought misery onto the world by unleashing a horrible new virus called the Madkactus virus and it is up to Inspector Gadget, his niece Penny and her dog Brain to stop Dr. Claw and save the world yet again. The gameplay is a side-scrolling action game as the player takes control of Inspector Gadget, Penny and Brain in five different levels, each with four different areas to explore. The player will experience enemies and traps along the way and can use famous devices such as the hammer hat, spring arms and rocket shoes to either elude or eliminate enemies or avoid deadly traps. Along the way, however, Gadget will have to rely on Penny and Brain to reach areas that are inaccessible to him. Both are weaker in attacking, but are faster and can be used to transverse past traps and deactivate them to let Gadget past or solve puzzles in mini-game form in order to advance to the next area. Additionally, players can find power-ups such as muffins which will restore health and GG symbols, obtaining 20 of these symbols will give an extra life. Also MAD symbols will give Gadget three extra lives. Gadget can also pick up weapon items such as plungers, which can pick off enemies from a long distance or nets which can instantly kill any enemies that it comes in contact with. Learn More
  10. 720º       ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    720º ( GBC ) ( GBA )

    £4.00

    Published by U.S. Gold Ltd. Developed by Atari Games Corporation Released 1987 Platforms Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, Game Boy Color, NES, ZX Spectrum Learn More

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