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Game Boy Printer Color

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Unused Mario Artist: Paint Studio support

The Game Boy Printer Color (Pocket Printer Color in Japan) was an unreleased successor to the Game Boy Printer, which would have connected to the Nintendo 64DD via Mario Artist: Paint Studio using the Transfer Pak, and an unknown Transfer Pak Link Cable.

If released based on unused code in the game, it would have been a large improvement over the original Game Boy Printer, supporting a 320x240 RGBA5551 image like from a Nintendo 64.[1]

References[edit]

click for the Page "Game Boy Color"

Hardware

Game Boy • Game Boy Pocket • Game Boy Light • Game Boy Color • Game Boy Advance (hardware family)

Components / other

Media: Game Pak (GB • GBC)

Game Boy

Game Boy Printer • Game Link Cable • Universal Game Link Adapter • Game Link Cable Adapter • Universal Game Link Cable • Four Player Adapter • Game Boy Stereo Headphones • Game Boy Rechargeable Battery Pack • Game Boy Battery Case • Game Boy Soft Case • Game Boy Cleaning Kit

Game Boy Pocket

Game Link Cable • Game Link Cable (Pocket) • Universal Game Link Adapter • Game Link Cable Adapter • Universal Game Link Cable • Four Player Adapter • Battery Pack • Game Boy Pocket Charger • AC Adapter

Game Boy Color

Game Link Cable (Color) • Mobile GB Adapter

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