Game Boy Player

The Game Boy Player (ゲームボーイプレーヤー, Gēmu Bōi Purēyā?) (DOL-017) is a device made by Nintendo for the Nintendo GameCube which enables Game Boy (although Super Game Boy enhancements are ignored), Game Boy Color, or Game Boy Advance cartridges to be played on a television. It was the last Game Boy-based add-on to a Nintendo console. It connects via the high speed parallel port at the bottom of the GameCube and requires use of a boot disc to access the hardware. Unlike devices such as Datel's Advance Game Port, the Game Boy Player does not use software emulation, but instead uses physical hardware nearly identical to that of a Game Boy Advance.

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Nintendo Game Cube Accessories - First-party/officially Licensed - Controllers - Hori Game Boy Player Controller
... The Hori Game Boy Player Controller is a controller designed to play with the Game Boy Player ... Although meant for the Game Boy Player, this pad can still be used with certain 2D GameCube games, such as Alien Hominid, Capcom vs ... Collection, Sonic Mega Collection, Sonic Gems Collection, or a few 3D GameCube games that support D-pad movement, like Crash Bandicoot The Wrath of Cortex and Mortal Kombat ...
Nintendo 64 Accessories - First Party Accessories - Wide-Boy 64
... Developed by Intelligent Systems, the Wide-Boy 64 (CGB/AGB) is a rather obscure series of adapters similar to the Super Game Boy that was able to play ... A device similar to the Super Game Boy and Game Boy Player, the Wide-Boy 64 allows video game developers to play Game Boy Color games on the television screen in a similar fashion as the Game Boy Player ... Like the Super Game Boy and Game Boy Player, the game screen itself is surrounded by a template mimicking the appearance of the portable system ...
Nintendo Game Cube Accessories - First-party/officially Licensed - Other - Game Boy Player
... The Game Boy Player allows Game Boy games to be played on the television, using either a GameCube controller or a connected Game Boy Advance (which connects to the standard controller ...
Game Boy Player - Advance Game Port
... Datel's version of the Game Boy Player was released in 2003 ... Unlike the Game Boy Player, homebrew, the Advance Game Port utilizes software emulation, causing numerous audio and video issues in many games ... this was also the only way of running Game Boy Advance games on the Wii - as the Wii lacks the correct port, the Game Boy Player cannot be used ...
Game Boy Accessories - Game Boy Advance - Game Boy Player
... Released in June 2003 as the spiritual successor to the Super Game Boy, the Game Boy Player allows Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance games to be played on a ... On the front of the Game Boy Player is a link cable port, offering support for multiplayer gameplay, Game Boy Printer, and expanded e-Reader functionality ... Essentially a Game Boy Advance designed to output to a television, the Game Boy Player uses the same colorization hardware and methods as the handheld system ...

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