Retro game collectors, this news may interest you: the site ReviewGeek shared information about the launch of the GB operator, an adapter created by Epilogue that will allow you to play Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance cartridges on your computer.
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The GB operator It will be compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux and will allow its users to play their Game Boy games, but also detect counterfeit games. Therefore, this tool will be a perfect complement for collectors of retro games.
According to Epilogue, the adapter will primarily use the “mGBA” emulator, which will allow support for a driver and cheat codes. Also, a save file that is kept up-to-date within the emulator will allow you to pick up where the game left off. The GB operator it also offers the ability to write games on blank Game Boy cartridges, a bonus for developers.
It is possible to reserve an adapter on the Epilogue website for $ 49.99, plus shipping. Orders are open internationally.
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