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Here’s How Captain Toad Could Look On The Game Boy Colour

Ever wonder how Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker would look on the iconic Game Boy Colour? Well, wonder no more as Twitter user Johan Vinet has recreated how Toad’s latest adventure could look on the Game Boy Colour as an animated gif. I could stare at it for hours as it looks absolutely wonderful.

Thanks, MasterPikachu6

46 thoughts on “Here’s How Captain Toad Could Look On The Game Boy Colour”

  1. Just thought I’d let everybody know again, Ninja Gaiden is $7 on Store pickup is free so you end up paying like $7.50 in total. Only problem is they might not have it at your store so you’ll have to wait till they ship it.

      1. If your talking about Ninja Gaiden 3 for Wii U, it was a pretty decent game. It was the best version out of all the consoles becouse they added back the body dismemberment, and all the blood and guts and stuff. Although the game is really hard. Way harder than Bayonetta one or two. I really enjoyed that game, once you get past the first boss fight…

        1. Ninja Gaiden 3 razor edge for the wii u is fucking awesome. I beat that game 3 times. I love it very much. It’s not really hard… but it’s really challenging. Bayonetta 2 is no where near the difficulty of this game. Please not that I love Bayonetta 2 too. Beat that game to death and find all the stages. My wife is angry with me for playing that game soooo much. lol

          Get N or GET OUT!!!!!!!!!!!

      1. Sorry for making myself so unclear. What I meant to say was: I don’t think there ever was a console with the name “Game Boy ‘Colour'”, even in UK. The logo “Color” was kept for a particular reason I don’t remember right now. Tried to search it up, but I didn’t find a single “Colour” anywhere. The “Iconic” console you’re mentioning in the text doesn’t exist if I’m right :P I’m fully aware of the ‘ou’ use in British English compared to the US. Just a minor detail only a nerd like me would care about x)
        Would just say that I love the work you are doing here on this site :)

            1. I see it more as old enlgish (british), and new, perfected english (american). Also, technically it is “Color”. That’s how it’s spelled on the actual gameboy.

  2. You know, as much as I’m against Nintendo publishing games on mobile platforms, this looks like it would work really well as a phone game

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