|Pokemon - Crystal Version (V1.1)||Role Playing||4,7||2,895,993||1.0MB|
|Pokemon - Gold Version||Role Playing||4,5||2,707,106||731.1KB|
|Pokemon - Silver Version||Role Playing||4,6||1,770,906||731.2KB|
|Pokemon Diamond (Hack)||Hack, Role Playing||3,8||1,107,807||611.1KB|
|Pokemon - Blue Version||Role Playing||4,5||1,079,119||371.7KB|
|Pokemon - Red Version||Adventure, Role Playing||4,7||965,513||371.9KB|
|Pokemon - Red Version||Adventure, Role Playing||4,8||836,365||371.4KB|
|Pokemon - Blue Version (UA)||Role Playing||4,1||768,755||371.2KB|
|Pokemon Diamond V2 (Hack)||Hack, Role Playing||3,4||622,301||615.3KB|
|Super Mario Bros. Deluxe (V1.1)||Platform||4,0||258,575||346.5KB|
|Legend Of Zelda, The - Link's Awakening (V1.2)||Role Playing||4,1||233,277||290.5KB|
|Pokemon Trading Card Game||Card Game||4,5||212,651||459.6KB|
|Grand Theft Auto 2||Racing||3,7||182,561||683.6KB|
|Super Mario Bros. Deluxe||Platform||3,9||169,004||349.6KB|
|Legend Of Zelda, The - Oracle Of Ages||Adventure||3,9||166,891||681.4KB|
|Legend Of Zelda, The - Oracle Of Seasons||Role Playing||3,9||151,886||909.8KB|
|Legend Of Zelda, The - Link's Awakening DX (V1.2)||3,9||140,955||490.2KB|
|Pokemon Trading Card Game||Card Game||3,9||137,717||611.1KB|
|Dragon Ball Z - Legendary Super Warriors||Fighting||3,7||130,762||660.2KB|
Game Boy Color (GBC)… The very name of this legendary home video game console seems to be imbued with joy, excitement, and color, of course. Now you have a chance to enjoy the best games from the GBA collection with the help of emulators and ROMs.
The chances are you’re no stranger to Nintendo’s GBC, otherwise you wouldn’t have landed on this page. Still, we want to remind you of this console’s peculiarities and exceptional features that made a good few of millennial gamers fall in love with it at first sight.
The GBC is the second handheld in the outstanding Game Boy Family. It was released in 1998 to succeed the Game Boy, which pioneered the use of handhelds 9 years earlier.
Unlike its predecessor that featured a monochrome and quite simplistic screen, the GBC, as its name suggests, boasts a color LCD screen, which allows millions of Nintendo fans enjoy their favorite titles in color. At the same time, the screen is not backlit. Therefore, the physical GBC console looks weird and somewhat primordial in the era of top-notch gadgets.
Along with its revolutionary color screen, the GBC features a slightly improved graphics though the developers used the good old 8-bit processor, same as in the Game Boy. The console has 5 control buttons, a volume control dial on the right side, and the similar dial for adjusting the contrast on the opposite side of the handheld.
The GBC was quite an advanced tool at the turn of the century and, at the same time, it was simple to use and not overburdened with unnecessary functions that could distract players from the gameplay. This made the GBC the third best-selling home video game console of all time. No wonder some many people seek for GBA games and scour the Internet in search of vintage consoles. They don’t know that there is a much simpler way to obtain retro games and start playing them on modern devices.
Have you heard about ROMs? They are what makes classic gaming possible in the 21st century. In combination with a right emulator, GBC ROMs will help you relive sweet moments and re-experience almost forgotten nostalgic emotions.
But first thing first, let us tell you a little bit more about ROMs and their role in emulation.
All vintage consoles used cartridges, small removable memory cards containing games. All cartridges had read-only memory chips which allowed you to load your favorite titles on a console. ROM images can be copied from ROM chips found in cartridge-based games wherewith a dedicated ROM dumping device. Dumped games are well suited to be run on modern computers and portable devices. You must have seen people playing Super Mario or the earliest games from the Pokemon series on their modern smartphone. They availed themselves of their favorite game ROMs, installed an emulator and now are making the most of retro gaming. You can do the same! We have plenty of legit Game Boy Color games already copied from their original chips.
Still ROMs alone won’t suffice. To start playing your GBC ROMs you’ll need to avail yourself of a special piece of software known as an emulator designed specifically to let you run your favorite old-school games on a PC or some other device. Check out the best Game Boy Color emulators right now:
TGB Dual Emulator, MetroBoy, GeMP (M), BGB, VIsual Boy. They are stable emulators that can help you rung GBC ROMs on your Windows computer.
SameBoy, Gambattle, Gearboy, VGB, MAME, mGBA. The Pleiades of multi-platform emulators can help you enjoy Nintendo’s creations on such operating systems as Mac, iOS, Linux, and Windows.
If you’re an avid Android user, you may opt for GBCoid, My OldBoy!, PizzaBoy, or John GBC Lite. And keep it mind that we offer the best collection of GBC ROMs for Android for free!
Tastes are different. So, it would be far too subjective to single out some particular games off the GBC wide collection and call them the best. Some retro gamers hunt for immortal Mario ROMs, while others go search for Dragon Wario 3 as soon as they visit our website. Still, there are indisputable favorites among the GBC games. A vast majority of connoisseurs of classic games download immortal Pokemon games, including Pokemon Crystal, Pokemon Yellow, Pokemon Silver, and Pokemon Gold. You also can start taming wild pocket monsters and win the battles against other celebrated trainers as soon as you download your favorite Game Boy Pokemon ROMs. So, go for it!