The Best Gaming Console For Girls

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This Page Is All About Games For Girls on the Nintendo Gameboy Color, Gameboy Pocket, and Original Gameboy

This is part of a multi-post “countdown” of the best gaming systems for girls. Please use the Table of Contents to navigate through the various posts.

Table of Contents

Introduction To This Countdown

PC Games For Girls

PC Games For Girls Part 1

PC Games For Girls Part 2

PC Games For Girls Part 3

PC Games For Girls Part 4

PC Games For Girls Part 5

PC Games For Girls Part 6

PC Games For Girls Part 7

PC Games For Girls Part 8

PC Games For Girls Part 9

PC Games For Girls Part 10

Mobile Games For Girls

Mobile Games For Girls Part 1

Mobile Games For Girls Part 2

Mobile Games For Girls Part 3

Mobile Games For Girls Part 4

Mobile Games For Girls Part 5

Mobile Games For Girls Part 6

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Xbox Games For Girls

Xbox and Xbox 360 Games For Girls

Gameboy Games For Girls

Gameboy Color and Gameboy Original or Pocket Games For Girls

Conclusion Remaining Games For Girls

NES, Colecovision, and Virtual Boy Games For Girls

This Page Is All About Games For Girls on the Nintendo Gameboy Color, Gameboy Pocket, and Original Gameboy

25.) Gameboy Color – The color was backwards compatible with the Original and Pocket Gameboys plus it also had its own new games as well.

Azure Dreams

(アザーライフ アザードリームス, Azure Dreams , released in Japan as Other Life: Azure Dreams Azā Raifu Azā Dorīmusu), is a PlayStation video game developed by Konami and was originally released in Japan on November 13, 1997. A stripped-down version was later released on the Game Boy Color.

Hamtaro: Ham-Hams Unite!

Hamtaro: Ham-Hams Unite! is an adventure video game developed by Pax Softnica and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Color handheld video game console. It is based on the anime and features much of the same characters. It launched in Japan in 2001, and later came to North America and Europe in 2002 and 2003 respectively.

Harvest Moon 3 GBC

(Harvest Moon 3 GBC Japanese: 牧場物語GB3, Hepburn: Bokujō Monogatari GB3) is a farm simulation video game for the Game Boy Color developed and published by Victor Interactive Software, part of the long-running Story of Seasons series of video games.

Lufia: The Legend Returns

(エストポリス伝記 よみがえる伝説, officially translated Lufia: The Legend Returns , known as Estpolis Denki: Yomigaeru Densetsu Biography of Estpolis: The Legend Returns) in Japan, is a role-playing video game for the Game Boy Color developed by Neverland and published by Taito, Natsume, and Ubi Soft in Japan, North America, and Europe, respectively, in 2001.

Pokémon Crystal

Pokémon Crystal Version is a 2000 role-playing video game developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Color. It is an enhanced version of Pokémon Gold and Silver , and is part of the second generation of the Pokémon video game series.

Dragon Quest III

Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation , titled Dragon Warrior III when initially localized to North America, is a role-playing video game developed by Chunsoft and published by Enix. It is the third installment in the Dragon Quest series and was first released for the Family Computer (Famicom) in Japan and later for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in North America.

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages are two action-adventure games in the Legend of Zelda series, developed by Flagship (a subsidiary of Capcom). They were released in 2001 for Nintendo’s Game Boy Color handheld console and re-released on the Virtual Console for the Nintendo 3DS in 2013.

Magi Nation (video game)

Magi Nation is a 2001 video game for the Game Boy Color developed by American studio Interactive Imagination. It is based on the collectible card game Magi-Nation Duel . Magi Nation involves taming dream creatures and using them to fight. Whenever a creature is defeated, the player may receive that creature’s animite, a magical stone containing its essence.

Metal Walker

Metal Walker , known as Bakusou Senki Metal Walker GB: Kotetsu no Yuujou (爆走戦記 メタルウォーカーGB 鋼鉄の友情, lit. “Roaring Chronicle Metal Walker GB: Steel Friendship”) in Japan, is a role-playing video game for the Game Boy Color, developed and published by Capcom. Many critics likened the game to the series, but praised the game’s unique qualities.

Dragon’s Lair (1983 video game)

Dragon’s Lair is an interactive film LaserDisc video game developed by Advanced Microcomputer Systems and published by Cinematronics in 1983, as the first game in the Dragon’s Lair series. In the game, the protagonist Dirk the Daring is a knight attempting to rescue Princess Daphne from the evil dragon Singe who has locked the princess in the foul wizard Mordroc’s castle.

Warriors of Might and Magic

Warriors of Might and Magic is an action role-playing game developed and released by The 3DO Company for the PlayStation, PlayStation 2 and Game Boy Color in 2000. The three versions, although they all follow a similar storyline, are unique, especially the GBC version which is presented in 2D instead of 3D and has an almost completely different story.

Robopon Sun, Star, and Moon Versions

Robopon Sun, Star, and Moon Versions “Build ’em, Collect ’em, Trash ’em!”, Robopon Sun Version’s tagline. Developer(s) Hudson Soft (in collaboration with Red Company)[citation needed ] Publisher(s) Platform(s) Game Boy Color Release Sun and Star Versions Moon Version Comic Bom Bom Special VersionSun Version Genre(s) Role-playing Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer Robopon Sun, Star and Moon Versions, or in Japan Robot Ponkottsu are handheld role-playing video games for Nintendo’s Game Boy Color.

Monster Rancher Explorer

Monster Rancher Explorer (known as Solomon in Japan) is a Game Boy Color puzzle game released in 2000. It features the same game play of Solomon’s Key but includes Monster Rancher characters. The player controls Cox, who must navigate through a series of levels in a tower.

Pokémon Gold and Silver

Pokémon Gold Version and Pokémon Silver Version are 1999 role-playing video games developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Color. They are the first installments in the second generation of the Pokémon video game series. They were released in Japan in 1999, Australia and North America in 2000, and Europe in 2001.

Dragon Quest

Dragon Quest , formally published as Dragon Warrior in North America until 2005, is a series of Japanese role-playing video games created by Yuji Horii and his studio Armor Project. The games are published by Square Enix (formerly Enix), with localized remakes and ports of later installments for the Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo Switch being published by Nintendo outside of Japan.

Lil’ Monster

Lil’ Monster , known as Gem Gem Monster (ジェムジェムモンスター) in Japan, is a video game for the Game Boy Color handheld, published by Agetec. The game entailed players to train small monsters used for training and battling, while also collecting gems to help you, as the main character, in your quest to battle Cool Joe who has become infamous for his evil deeds all across the land.

Crystalis

Crystalis is a 1990 action role-playing action-adventure video game produced by SNK for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game’s initial success prompted an enhanced port for the Game Boy Color by Nintendo Software Technology in 2000. Many changes were made to the story, music, and other aspects of the game, upsetting fans of the original.

Monster Rancher Battle Card Game

(モンスターファームバトルカードGB, Monster Rancher Battle Card GB , known in Japan as Monster Farm Battle Card GB Monsutā Fāmu Batoru Kādo GB) is a handheld game released in 1999 for the Nintendo Game Boy Color system. It is the first game in Tecmo’s Monster Rancher Battle Card series, featuring a card game incorporating the popular characters from the Monster Rancher series.

Dragon Warrior Monsters

Dragon Warrior Monsters Developer(s) Tose Publisher(s) Director(s) Yuji Horii Producer(s) Hitoshi SuinoKenji Honda Designer(s) Yuji Horii Artist(s) Akira Toriyama Writer(s) Yuji Horii Composer(s) Koichi Sugiyama Series Dragon Quest Monsters Platform(s) Game Boy Color, Mobile phones, PlayStation, Nintendo 3DS, iOS, Android Release Game Boy Color JP: September 25, 1998 NA: January 25, 2000 EU: January 28, 2000 Mobile phones PlayStation Nintendo 3DS iOS, Android Genre(s) Role-playing Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer Dragon Warrior Monsters is the first video game in the Dragon Quest Monsters series.

Quest: Brian’s Journey

Quest: Brian’s Journey is a 2000 role-playing video game published in North America by Sunsoft for the Game Boy Color. The game’s title screen instead displays the title as Quest RPG: Brian’s Journey. The original Japanese version was published by (Elemental Tale: ジャックの大冒険 大魔王の逆襲, Imagineer under the title Elemental Tale – Jack’s Great Adventure: Satan’s Counterattack Elemental Tale – Jack no Daibouken: Daimaou no Gyakushuu).

Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible

Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible is a role-playing video game series developed by Multimedia Intelligence Transfer, Sega, and Menue, and published by Atlus and Sega for multiple platforms. The first game of the series, Revelations: The Demon Slayer, was released in 1992; this is the only title in the series to have been released in English.

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is a 1993 action-adventure game developed and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy. It is the fourth installment in the Legend of Zelda series and the first for a handheld game console.

Power Quest (video game)

Power Quest , known in Japan as Gekitō Power Modeler , is a role-playing-based fighting video game developed by Japan System Supply for the Game Boy Color. It was published in Japan by Capcom on November 27, 1998, and published in North America by Sunsoft in December 1998.

26.) Gameboy (Original or Pocket) – Gameboy had a few good remakes of some classic JRPGs from the SNES or NES and a few squaresoft exclusives.

Pokémon Yellow

Pokémon Yellow Version: Special Pikachu Edition , more commonly known as Pokémon Yellow Version , is a 1998 role-playing video game developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy handheld game console. It is an enhanced version of , loosely based on the anime and is part of the first generation of the Pokémon video game series.

Pokémon Red and Blue

Pokémon Red Version and Pokémon Blue Version are 1996 role-playing video games developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy. They are the first installments of the Pokémon video game series.

Ultima (series)

Ultima The most commonly used logo in the series Genre(s) Role-playing video game Developer(s) Origin Systems Blue Sky Productions Looking Glass Studios Electronic Arts Bioware Mythic Publisher(s) Origin Systems Electronic Arts Creator(s) Richard Garriott Platform(s) Apple II, Atari 8-bit, VIC-20, C64, DOS, MSX, FM Towns, NEC PC-9801, Atari ST, Mac OS, Amiga, Atari 800, NES, Master System, C128, SNES, X68000, PlayStation, Windows First release Ultima I: The First Age of Darkness 1981 Latest release Ultima Forever: Quest for the Avatar 2013 Ultima is a series of open world fantasy role-playing video games from Origin Systems, Inc.

Final Fantasy Legend III

SaGa 3: Jikuu no Hasha , released in North America as Final Fantasy Legend III , is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square for the Game Boy. The third entry in the series, it released in Japan in 1990, and in North America in 1993.

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is a 1993 action-adventure game developed and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy. It is the fourth installment in the Legend of Zelda series and the first for a handheld game console.

Final Fantasy Adventure

Final Fantasy Adventure Developer(s) Square Publisher(s) Square Director(s) Koichi Ishii Designer(s) Goro Ohashi[1] Artist(s) Koichi Ishii[1] Writer(s) Koichi Ishii Yoshinori Kitase [1] Composer(s) Kenji Ito Series Final Fantasy , Mana Platform(s) Game Boy, SoftBank Mobile, i-mode, EZweb, Nintendo Switch Release Game Boy JP: June 28, 1991 NA: November 1991[2] EU: 1993 NA: April 1998 (re-release) SoftBank 3G i-Mode EZweb Nintendo Switch Collection of Mana JP: June 1, 2017 WW: June 11, 2019 Genre(s) Action role-playing Mode(s) Single-player (聖剣伝説 〜ファイナルファンタジー外伝〜, lit.

The Sword of Hope

The Sword of Hope , released in Japan as Selection: Erabareshi Mono (セレクション 選ばれし者), is a 1989 first-person RPG for the Game Boy, developed by Kemco and published by Seika Corporation. In 1992, it received a sequel, The Sword of Hope II .

Nobunaga’s Ambition

Nobunaga’s Ambition is a series of turn-based grand strategy role-playing simulation video games. The original game was one of the first in its genre, being released in March 1983 by the Japanese video game developer Koei. Nobunaga’s Ambition takes place during the Sengoku period of feudal Japan.

The Final Fantasy Legend

The Final Fantasy Legend , known in Japan as Makai Toushi Sa·Ga (魔界塔士 Sa・Ga, lit. “Warrior in the Tower of the Demon World ~ Sa·Ga”), is a video game released for the Game Boy in December 1989 by Square Co. It is the first game in the series and the first role-playing video game for the system.

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