Game Boy Macro

What is one to do with a Nintendo DS or DS Lite where perhaps the hinges are broken, the top screen shattered, or the top completely missing? Usually these unfortunate handhelds would end up tossed aside, but not with the advent of the Game Boy Macro.

Tracing down the history of the Game Boy Macro has proven to be elusive, however what we do know is that even without their lids, these DS and DS Lites are getting a second chance at life playing Game Boy Advance games.

Some of our favorite consoles come from the likes of Joe Bleeps and Roberto Gualan - the latter even wrote a great basic tutorial for us.

We’re glad to offer the community a growing Game Boy Macro selection!

Hand Held Legend, HHL, Game Boy Macro, BobModsUSA, Roberto Gualan
Hand Held Legend, HHL, Game Boy Macro, BobModsUSA, Roberto Gualan
Hand Held Legend, HHL, Game Boy Macro, BobModsUSA, Roberto Gualan Hand Held Legend, HHL, Game Boy Macro, BobModsUSA, Roberto Gualan
Hand Held Legend, HHL, Joe Bleeps, JoeBleeps, Neon Advance, Game Boy Macro, GBM, DS, DS Lite
Hand Held Legend, HHL, Joe Bleeps, JoeBleeps, Neon Advance, Game Boy Macro, GBM, DS, DS Lite Hand Held Legend, HHL, Joe Bleeps, JoeBleeps, Neon Advance, Game Boy Macro, GBM, DS, DS Lite Hand Held Legend, HHL, Joe Bleeps, JoeBleeps, Neon Advance, Game Boy Macro, GBM, DS, DS Lite

Images courtesy of BobModsUSA and Joe Bleeps