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Topic: BLACK NINTENDO GAMEBOY 1989

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Youngtac

Hi everyone I wanted to share my recent find at a charity shop.
Here I have found a little gem lurking in a charity shop, a black and pink gameboy.
Hope you all enjoy it has much as I do.

Youngtac

GeoChrome

Pics or it didn’t happen.

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Youngtac

It certainly happened. How do you attach photos?

Youngtac

GeoChrome

It’s a joke. To send images, do (img) pic url (/img), replacing parentheses with brackets.

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Youngtac

I could belive it when I seen it, I didn't even know they done them in black lol I honestly don't have a clue how to do it, I've sent yi them on Instagram if that helps.

Youngtac

Youngtac

Cheers for the info.
I had actually emailed Nintendo to find out anything and they said they could tell me anything so thanks.

Youngtac

HobbitGamer

Youngtac wrote:

I had actually emailed Nintendo... ...and they said they could tell me anything so thanks.

Anything? Did you ask them about Mother 3?

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GeoChrome

@JackEatsSparrows Reggie was too busy playing Animal Crossing: New Leaf on his Nintendo 3DS to respond.

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Youngtac

That didn't make any sense really did it. They could not tell me anything about black gameboys apparently. Well my has really become pointless since I can't get the photos up.

Youngtac

KingMike

Yes, black was one of the Game Boy variations released in 1995. I recall hearing some of the colors were rarer than others. I don't remember if black was rare, but I hear green, like mine is, was one of the more common colors.
The others were red, yellow and clear.
Nintendo Power ad:
http://www.vintagecomputing.com/index.php/archives/849/retro-...

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