The Game Boy cassette in your drawer can finally come in handy

The question is: Do you still have a Game Boy cassette?

Today, when the Switch is on fire, I wonder if anyone still remembers its big brother: Game Boy.

The Game Boy is the first-generation handheld computer released by Nintendo in 1989. The white body, square screen, black arrow keys and red A and B keys are its most obvious features.

This is undoubtedly a very successful handheld computer. As of the end of production on March 23, 2003, the cumulative sales of the entire Game Boy series were 118.69 million units.

The Game Boy cassette in your drawer can finally come in handy

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After the Game Boy was discontinued for a long time, if you want to relive the childhood GameBoy game, I am afraid that there is only an emulator option, but nowadays, you may have a second choice.

Romanian startup Epilogue has just released an interesting gadget called “GB Operator”, which allows your Mac or PC to successfully read your Game Boy cassette.

The Game Boy cassette in your drawer can finally come in handy

▲Picture from: Epilogue

Friends, you can take out all the cassettes at the bottom of the press box.

This is Epilogue’s first product, with a transparent shell, a small body, and a width similar to the Game Boy cassette in your hand. On the back is a USB-C interface, you can connect it to your computer through this interface.

The Game Boy cassette in your drawer can finally come in handy

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This product is also very simple to use, just connect it to your computer, install the application, and then insert the Game Boy cassette. Not only supports Game Boy cassettes, but Game Boy Colour and Game Boy Advance cassettes are also compatible.

The Game Boy cassette in your drawer can finally come in handy

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Not only that, but the experience of GB Operator on the software is also very good. Starting the game is very fast, and there is no problem of delay, screen tearing or freezing. Players can control the game character through the keyboard or an external controller.

The Game Boy cassette in your drawer can finally come in handy

▲Picture from: Ryan Houlihan

The Game Boy cassette in your drawer can finally come in handy

▲Picture from: Ryan Houlihan

In addition, GB Operator also supports archive entry. Since it runs through your computer, you can write different saves into your game.

The Game Boy cassette in your drawer can finally come in handy

▲Picture from: Ryan Houlihan

Some players may be worried about the copyright of the game, but in fact, you don’t need to worry about this. After all, the game run by GB Operator comes from the physical cassette in your hand.

The system even has a built-in cassette detection function, which can let you know whether the cassette you have kept for many years is a genuine cassette.

The Game Boy cassette in your drawer can finally come in handy

▲Picture from: Epilogue

The current price of GB Operator is US$49.99 (approximately 319 yuan) and will be shipped in August.

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