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Top Ten Original Game Boy Games

Phil writes, "Today is the 28th birthday of Nintendo's handheld wonder, the Game Boy. This monochromatic marvel led the way to what we play currently, and many of its games still hold up. It's amazing to me the progression of tech in portables that has happened since the OG Game Boy. As a kid, I never could have guessed I'd be playing home console-quality games, 3D at that, on a portable device like I can now.

With the Game Boy's 28th anniversary, I wanted to do something special on SuperPhillip Central. Hence this top ten list counting down the best and boldest of original Game Boy software. That means no Game Boy Color titles like Pokemon Gold and Silver or Wario Land II."

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Alexious2498d ago

I always played a soccer game, can't remember the name though

KwokXi2498d ago

Save a click, here's the list;

10) Kirby's Dream Land 2
9) Metroid II: Return of Samus
8) Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins
7) Mega Man V
6) Mole Mania
5) Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3
4) Pokemon Blue. Red, and Yellow
3) Tetris
2) Donkey Kong ('94)
1) The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening

The website includes brief descriptions of the games and a screenshot of each but here's the list if you were curious.

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10 Classic Retro Games That Still Hold Up in 2024

BY MELISSA LYNNE: Man, I love modern games.  Cutting edge graphics, motion-captured cut scenes, and action that could have been torn from a Hollywood blockbuster.  But every now and then, a sense of nostalgia pulls me back to the classics, the games that laid the foundation for the gaming industry as we know it today and that lead to me falling in love with gaming.

Here are 10 classic retro games that have stood the test of time, providing that sometimes old is indeed gold.

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Dead Tomb Review -- Gamerhub UK

Time to go digging with a good point-and-click adventure.

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A Look Back at the Best Game Boy Advance Racing Games

The Game Boy Advance racing library was a love letter to the 16-bit period, with many timeless classics and a plethora of hidden gems.

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