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Can You Find Your Favorite Game Boy Games and Consoles?

Since its debut in 1989, the Nintendo Game Boy has become popular among retro gamers and collectors for its massive library, despite its portable size. Find great deals on pre-owned Game Boy gamessystems and repairs! Don't forget to check out our best trade-in prices on Game Boy games.


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List of Used Game Boy Games

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007 James Bond

007 James Bond

Game Boy

Used

$19.33 

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4-in-1 Fun Pak

4-in-1 Fun Pak

Game Boy

Used

$5.18 

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4-in-1 Fun Pak: Volume II

4-in-1 Fun Pak: Volume II

Game Boy

Used

$4.93 

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720 Degrees

720 Degrees

Game Boy Color

Used

$2.48 

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AA Alkaline Batteries 4 Pack

AA Alkaline Batteries 4 Pack

Multi-Platform

New

$4.50 

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AAA Alkaline Batteries 4 Pack

AAA Alkaline Batteries 4 Pack

Multi-Platform

New

$3.95 

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Alleyway

Alleyway

Game Boy

Used

$6.24 

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Arcade Classic 1: Asteroids / Missile Command

Arcade Classic 1: Asteroids / Missile Command

Game Boy

Used

$10.98 

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Babe and Friends

Babe and Friends

Game Boy Color

Used

$4.17 

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Barbie Ocean Discovery

Barbie Ocean Discovery

Game Boy Color

Used

$4.17 

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Bart Simpsons Escape From Camp Deadly

Bart Simpsons Escape From Camp Deadly

Game Boy

Used

$16.49 

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Baseball

Baseball

Game Boy

Used

$5.49 

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Batman Forever

Batman Forever

Game Boy

Used

$15.73 

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Battleship Game Boy Color Ver.

Battleship Game Boy Color Ver.

Game Boy Color

Used

$8.22 

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Big Hurt Baseball Frank Thomas

Big Hurt Baseball Frank Thomas

Game Boy

Used

$8.99 

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Bill And Ted's Excellent Adventure

Bill And Ted's Excellent Adventure

Game Boy

Used

$12.48 

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Bo Jackson's Hit and Run!

Bo Jackson's Hit and Run!

Game Boy

Used

$7.68 

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Boggle Plus

Boggle Plus

Game Boy

Used

$8.73 

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Bug's Life

Bug's Life

Game Boy Color

Used

$3.00 

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Burai Fighter Deluxe

Burai Fighter Deluxe

Game Boy

Used

$27.49 

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Caesar's Palace

Caesar's Palace

Game Boy

Used

$3.25 

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Castlevania Adventure

Castlevania Adventure

Game Boy

Used

$26.99 

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Centipede

Centipede

Game Boy Color

Used

$5.10 

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Championship Pool

Championship Pool

Game Boy

Used

$6.53 

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Chessmaster Game Boy Version

Chessmaster Game Boy Version

Game Boy

Used

$5.23 

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CR2025 3V Lithium Battery W/Tabs 30 Pack

CR2025 3V Lithium Battery W/Tabs 30 Pack

Multi-Platform

New

$27.95 

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CR2032 3V Lithimum Battery W/Tabs 30 Pack

CR2032 3V Lithimum Battery W/Tabs 30 Pack

Multi-Platform

New

$34.95 

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Donkey Kong

Donkey Kong

Game Boy

Used

$27.98 

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Donkey Kong Land 2

Donkey Kong Land 2

Game Boy

Used

$18.13 

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Double Dragon

Double Dragon

Game Boy

Used

$19.23 

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Legacy of the Game Boy

The Nintendo Game Boy was released in 1989 with the pack-in game Tetris and 5 launch games, Super Mario Land, Alleyway, Baseball, and Tennis. Even with such a small launch, the Nintendo Game Boy became one of - if not the most - successful handheld video game system.

In 1994, Nintendo released the Super Game Boy, a device that allowed you to play Game Boy Games through your Super Nintendo with limited color. Nintendo also redesigned the Nintendo Game Boy into the Game Boy Pocket, making the system much more portable and introduced a number of different colored Game Boy systems.

While technology wise the Nintendo Game Boy was not too impressive, it was host to over 500 games by the end of its life span in 1998 including: Pokemon Red, Pokemon Blue, Castlevania, Final Fantasy Legends, Kirby, Mega Man, Super Mario Land and The Legend of Zelda: Links Awakening. With an emphasis on game play, the Nintendo Game Boy was able to beat the technologically superior, and pricey, handheld systems such as the Atari Lynx, Sega Game Gear and Sega Nomad, and NEC’s TurboGrafx Express.