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Game Boy Advance

Written by Mod Father. Posted in Portables

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The successor to the best portable console of all time, the Game Boy advance offered SNES performance in your pocket and finally a portable version of Mario Kart.
 
Nintendo unveiled the GameBoy Advance on August 24th 2000 at Spaceworld in Tokyo, Japan. It was released to the public on March 21st 2001. Nintendo felt it was time to upgrade the capabilities of their GameBoy console after over a decade on the market and many changes in appearance, size and a colour screen (GameBoy Colour). The 32-bit colour handheld that was backwards compatible and almost the exact same size as the GameBoy Colour, but held lengthwise with the buttons at the sides and the screen in the middle.,. On January 6 2003, Nintendo announce the GameBoy Advance SP, a more compact version of the GameBoy Advance that features a number of improvements on the original GameBoy Advance including a front lit screen and a rechargeable battery with up to 18 hours play time.
Although the GameBoy Advance is 32-bit, there is no 3D processor, so games will be mostly 2D (they look similar to Sega 32X games).
We have tested the GameBoy advance android emulators available some on market some not.

GameBoid [find it free on slideme.comstars_Rating_4                               
Best looking and great game play
Mojo gba [available on market available from free ] stars_Rating_3
Ok problems with sound
Gamebator [available on market priced £1.59] stars_Rating_3
Mixed reviews some compatibility problems
GBA player [available on market from free] stars_Rating_2
A pain to get running any games.