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    Default History Of The Gameboy Micro

    The gameboy Micro was the last gameboy ever made. It was realeased in the United States on September 19th 2005. I feel like this is somewhat of a forgotten console. I dont hear, or see much talk about these anymore; and I thought it would be a good idea to inform so of you on this system and what the micro can do. One thing you should know though, is that you can not play gameboy color games on the micro. The micro is just to small for those big game packs. Only games compatible on the micro are Gameboy Advance games. The micro has a back-lit screen, and you can even adjust the brightness. It is an upgraded, and portable, Gameboy Advance. Kind of like those people who make portable N64's, or Other portable systems. This was just made mainly to be smaller, and more portable. Of course many people didnt buy this. who needs a gameboy Micro when you have an SP? or a regular gameboy advance?
    - Thats just a little history/ a mini article on the gameboy micro.-

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    See I didn't even know no there was a Gameboy Micro. Thanks for this information.

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