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Can You Find Your Favorite Game Boy Advance Games and Consoles?

With better hardware, features, and backwards compatibility, the Game Boy Advance was a worthy successor to the Game Boy Color. Find great deals on pre-owned Game Boy Advance gamessystems and repairs! Don't forget to check out our best trade-in prices on Game Boy Advance games.


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List of Used Game Boy Advance Games

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4-in-1 Fun Pak

4-in-1 Fun Pak

Game Boy

Used

$5.98 

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720 Degrees

720 Degrees

Game Boy Color

Used

$5.57 

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AA Alkaline Batteries 4 Pack

AA Alkaline Batteries 4 Pack

Electronics

New

$4.50 

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Ace Combat Advance

Ace Combat Advance

Game Boy Advance

Used

$10.97 

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Advance Wars

Advance Wars

Game Boy Advance

Used

$58.98 

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Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising

Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising

Game Boy Advance

Used

$39.18 

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Adventure Island

Adventure Island

Game Boy

Used

$30.13 

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Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends

Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friend...

Game Boy

Used

$12.78 

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All-Star Baseball 2003

All-Star Baseball 2003

Game Boy Advance

Used

$5.97 

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All-Star Baseball 2004

All-Star Baseball 2004

Game Boy Advance

Used

$8.22 

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Altered Space: A 3-D Alien Adventure

Altered Space: A 3-D Alien Adventure

Game Boy

Used

$19.78 

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American Bass Challenge

American Bass Challenge

Game Boy Advance

Used

$10.77 

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American Idol

American Idol

Game Boy Advance

Used

$2.57 

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Animal Snap

Animal Snap

Game Boy Advance

Used

$4.13 

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Animaniacs

Animaniacs

Game Boy

Used

$13.98 

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Antz Extreme Racing

Antz Extreme Racing

Game Boy Color

Used

$7.77 

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Arcade Classic 1: Asteroids / Missile Command

Arcade Classic 1: Asteroids / Missile Command

Game Boy

Used

$12.48 

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Arcade Classic 3: Galaga & Galaxian

Arcade Classic 3: Galaga & Galaxian

Game Boy

Used

$16.22 

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Arcade Classic 4: Defender & Joust

Arcade Classic 4: Defender & Joust

Game Boy

Used

$7.75 

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Archer Maclean's 3D Pool

Archer Maclean's 3D Pool

Game Boy Advance

Used

$4.92 

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Around the World in 80 Days

Around the World in 80 Days

Game Boy Advance

Used

$2.39 

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Arthur and Invisibles

Arthur and Invisibles

Game Boy Advance

Used

$2.97 

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Atari Anniversary Advance

Atari Anniversary Advance

Game Boy Advance

Used

$13.17 

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ATV: Quad Power Racing

ATV: Quad Power Racing

Game Boy Advance

Used

$3.57 

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Babar to The Rescue

Babar to The Rescue

Game Boy Advance

Used

$7.60 

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Babe and Friends

Babe and Friends

Game Boy Color

Used

$4.17 

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Backyard Basketball

Backyard Basketball

Game Boy Advance

Used

$5.70 

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Backyard Football

Backyard Football

Game Boy Advance

Used

$2.20 

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Backyard Football 07

Backyard Football 07

Game Boy Advance

Used

$5.70 

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Backyard Football 2006

Backyard Football 2006

Game Boy Advance

Used

$2.81 

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Now you're playing with power: PORTABLE POWER!

The Nintendo Game Boy Advance was released in 2001 as the successor to the Game Boy Color. It had a massive launch title line-up of 17 games including titles such as Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, Super Mario Advance, and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2. The system was also fully reverse compatible with all Game Boy and Game Boy Color games, making the total compatible library at launch well over 900 games.

In 2003 a new model of the system was released called the Game Boy Advance SP, which was redesigned to be significantly smaller with a folding design that protected the screen when closed and allowed for better portability. The GBA SP also featured a front-lit screen, the first time a Nintendo handheld had ever had a lit screen, and later would be changed to feature a true back-lit screen. In 2005 the system was redesigned again to the Game Boy Micro, which removed the Game Boy and Game Boy Color compatibility and was one of the smallest handhelds ever released.