Game Boy Color

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  • Priced from $6.99
X-Men Mutant Academy GBC
$6.99
CARTRIDGE ONLY How about a little mutant mano a mano? The X-men, who've been honing their street-fighting proficiencies in comic books since the 1960s, get their own one-on-one fighting game for the Game Boy Color in X-Men: Mutant Academy. As this is an academy, the idea is for the 10 selectable X-men to learn how to best use their mutant powers, such as Wolverine and his metal claws or Storm and her lightning bolts. Professor X is there to help out with a friendly word of advice. Once you've mastered your skills, combos, and special moves, take them to the fight arena and spar with the other mutants. If a friend of yours has this game for his or her Game Boy Color, you can link the two via the Game Boy link cable and test each other's mutant powers.
  • Priced from $3.99
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire - GBC
$3.99
CARTRIDGE ONLY Based on the 2nd Edition version of the PC/PlayStation hit (thus the "2nd Edition" title -- there never was a "1st Edition" for Game Boy.) Features 600 questions, lifeline choices, and FMV featuring Regis Philbin
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TOY STORY 2 GBC
$6.99
CARTRIDGE ONLY Everybody's favorite celebrity toys are playing in a new adventure on the Game Boy, based on the Disney/Pixar feature film of the same name. In Toy Story 2, players such as Buzz Lightyear go nearly to infinity and beyond, through a variety of levels filled with obstacles and tasks, to rescue Woody from the hands of a crooked toy collector. Hamm, Rex, and Slinky Dog lend a helping hand, as do new faces from Toy Story 2: Jessie the cowgirl, the Prospector, and Bull's-eye, the toy horse.
  • Priced from $13.99
Space Invaders GBC
$13.99
CARTRIDGE ONLY Space Invaders--just the name is enough to make your thumb twitch. Few games evoke as many special memories as this retro arcade title. Remember vaporizing thousands of enemy ships while ignoring your mother's direct orders to go to bed? Who can sleep when you've got a dozen extra lives built up and you are about to bust your all-time high score? Now you can experience this classic retro game on the Game Boy or Game Boy Color.
  • Priced from $8.99
Scooby-Doo: Classic Creep Capers GBC
$8.99
CARTRIDGE ONLY Jinkies! Join up with the entire gang of meddling kids (Shaggy, Scooby, Fred, Daphne, and Velma) as you try to crack three separate mysteries each based on classic episodes of the beloved cartoon program. Taking the TV episodes "What a Night for a Knight," "That's Snow Ghost," and "A Tiki Scare is No Fair," the game runs the three stories together with a unifying plotline. You play as Shaggy, trudging through haunted forests, creepy basements, and abandoned buildings with your trusty pal, Scoob. Rather than having a "death" meter, as in most games of its kind, SCOOBY-DOO: Classic Creep Capers has a courage meter Scoob and Shag flee the scene if they get too scared. There are plenty of clues hidden throughout the game's expansive levels, but if you're not careful the bad guys might get to you before you can solve the mysteries. While the game certainly...
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Rugrats: Totally Angelica GBC
$6.99
CARTRIDGE ONLY In a game that was made with girls in mind, Rugrats: Totally Angelica stars Angelica Pickles, the loud, bossy older cousin in the Rugrats TV show. At 3 years old, she's able to talk to adults and toddlers while manipulating and terrorizing both. And in this game it's all about her. You can dress Angelica in beautiful outfits so she can compete in the fashion show. Explore the mall with her, and, on the fantasy level, ride with Angela on her magical carousel horse to rescue a trapped Cynthia. If you want to check in on some of the other Rugrats characters, try some of the included minigames. In Chuckie's Color Match you'll help Chuckie remember the proper order of his potion's ingredients. In Cynthia's Shuffle Puzzle, you can rearrange the mixed-up puzzle pieces to reveal a picture. Best of all, with Rugrats: Totally Angelica you and your...
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Rats! GBC
$8.99
CARTRIDGE ONLY Rats! is an Action game, developed by Tarantula Studios and published by Take-Two Interactive, which was released in 1998.
  • Priced from $5.99
Powerpuff Girls: Paint the Townsville Green GBC
$5.99
CARTRIDGE ONLY The Powerpuff Girls: Paint the Townsville Green features brawny Buttercup, who fights and destroys enemies, while the other two girls are in reserve for superattacks. The side-scrolling game has multiscreen maps in which our hero dodges obstacles, collects power-ups, destroys enemies, rescues friends, and ultimately fights the featured villains to save Townsville. The villainous Gangrene Gang and Fuzzy Lumpkins use brute force, and can only be answered in kind. Players can collect and trade electronic game cards with a friend's copy of the game via the separately sold Game Boy link cable, as well as engage in two-player head-to-head action. Use secret passwords to unlock new game features, including trading cards and hidden powers.
  • Priced from $4.99
Planet of the Apes GBC
$4.99
CARTRIDGE ONLY Considered a classic today, the Planet of the Apes novel was first published in 1963, followed by the first of the original five movies in 1968, starring Charlton Heston. This game is based on original stories intertwining the first film, Planet of the Apes, and the second, Beneath the Planet of the Apes, and draws upon the richness of the novel and the classic films.
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Pitfall: Beyond the Jungle GBC
$6.99
CARTRIDGE ONLY An evil force known as Scourge is manipulating the Red Lucense in order to take over the jungle. Now it is up to Pitfall Harry Jr. to use the Blue Lucense to restore peace to the land. You control Harry as he battles through 15 levels that span jungles, volcanoes, prisons, and caverns. Each world has unique variations; for example, you have to swing from vines in the jungle stages, while using a pickaxe to battle scorpions and other monsters. For some additional help, Harry has quick reflexes to allow him to dodge bullets and jump over some of the bad guys. In addition to Harry's innate skills, there are power-ups scattered throughout the levels including extra lives, gold bars, crystals, and extra health. Help Harry restore peace to the jungle in PITFALL: Beyond the Jungle.
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NFL Blitz Football GBC
$6.99
CARTRIDGE ONLY Midway's action-packed NFL BLITZ has been ported to the Game Boy Color. The game is very similar to the arcade version, though there are a few tweaks. You can write your own offensive plays and use them later. The game is like normal football, but with much more speed and far fewer rules; the result is a fun, if unrealistic look at the NFL. Every team is faithfully represented, as are the players. There are a lot of realistic tackles and other animations that help to add to the realism of the game. Each character moves realistically and fluidly, putting you right in the action. For anyone who likes to recreate games with their favorite teams but doesn't like the rules that slow the action down, NFL BLITZ is the perfect solution!
  • Priced from $4.99
NBA 3 on 3: Featuring Kobe Bryant GBC
$4.99
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