Game Boy Line
The Game Boy (ゲームボーイ, Gēmu Bōi ?) line is a line of battery-powered handheld game consoles sold by Nintendo. It is one of the world's best-selling game system lines, with a combined 200+ million units sold worldwide.
The original Game Boy and Game Boy Color combined sold 118.69 million units worldwide. All versions of the Game Boy Advance combined have sold 81.51 million units. All Game Boy systems combined have sold 200.20 million units worldwide.
The Game Boy line (including Game Boy Advance for Ambassadors) has made a return via the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console.
... Manufacturer First public release date Product line Launch price (USD) Units sold Atari Lynx Atari 1989-10-11 !1989-10-11 Atari Lynx $7002189000000000000189 Atari. 1984 !1984 Epoch Game Pocket Computer Gamate Bit Corporation 1990 !1990 Gamate GameKing Timetop 2003 !2003 GameKing $700110000000000000010–20 (depending on ... PocketFami GameTech 2004 !2004 PocketFami $700180000000000000080 Sega Game Gear Sega 1990-10-06 !1990-10-06 Sega Game Gear $7002150000000000000150 700711000000000000011,000,000 Sega Nomad Sega 1995 !1995 Sega ...
... Numerous musical acts have appropriated the Game Boy as a musical instrument (Game Boy music), using software such as nanoloop or Little Sound DJ ...
Famous quotes containing the words line, game and/or boy:
“This wild night, gathering the washing as if it were flowers
animal vines twisting over the line and
slapping my face lightly, soundless merriment
in the gesticulations of shirtsleeves ...”
—Denise Levertov (b. 1923)
“The family environment in which your children are growing up is different from that in which you grew up. The decisions our parents made and the strategies they used were developed in a different context from what we face today, even if the content of the problem is the same. It is a mistake to think that our own experience as children and adolescents will give us all we need to help our children. The rules of the game have changed.”
—Lawrence Kutner (20th century)
“A ball players got to be kept hungry to become a big leaguer. Thats why no boy from a rich family ever made the big leagues.”
—Joe Dimaggio (b. 1914)