The Game Boy Color (abbreviated as GBC) is a handheld game console manufactured by Nintendo, which was released on October 21, 1998 in Japan and was released in November of the same year in international markets. It is the successor of the Game Boy.


The Game Boy Color features a color screen. It is slightly thicker and taller and features a slightly smaller screen than the Game Boy Pocket, its predecessor. As with the original Game Boy, it has a custom 8-bit processor made by Sharp that is considered a hybrid between the Intel 8080 and the Zilog Z80. The spelling of the systems name, Game Boy Color, remains consistent throughout the world with its American English spelling of color.


The Game Boy Color's primary competitors in Japan were the grayscale 16-bit handhelds Neo Geo Pocket and the WonderSwan, though the Game Boy Color outsold these by a wide margin. SNK and Bandai countered with the Neo Geo Pocket Color and the Wonderswan Color respectively but this did little to change Nintendo's sales dominance. With SEGA discontinuing the Game Gear in 1997, the Game Boy Color's only competitor in the United States was its predecessor, the Game Boy, until the short-lived Neo Geo Pocket Color was released in August of 1999. The Game Boy and Game Boy Color combined have sold 118.69 million units worldwide making it the 3rd best selling system of all time. It was discontinued in 2003, shortly after the release of the Game Boy Advance SP.



The Game Boy Color was a response to pressure from game developers for a more sophisticated handheld platform, as they felt that the Game Boy, even in its latest incarnation, the Game Boy Pocket, was insufficient. The resultant product was backward compatible, a first for a handheld system, and leveraged the large library of games and installed base of the predecessor system. This became a major feature of the Game Boy line, since it allowed each new launch to begin with a significantly larger library than any of its competitors.


Launch titles

Tetris DX

Wario Land II

Pocket Bomberman


Main article: Comparison of Nintendo portable consoles



The Game Boy Color motherboard

The technical details for the console are as follows:


Main processor: Sharp Corporation LR35902 (based on the 8-bit Zilog Z80)

Processor speed: 4.194 or 8.388 MHz (two processor modes)

Resolution: 160 × 144 pixels (10:9 aspect ratio, same aspect ratio and resolution as the original Game Boy)

Palette colors available: 32,768 (15-bit)

Colors on screen: Supports 10, 32 or 56

Maximum sprites: 40 total, 10 per line, 4 colors per sprite (one of which being transparent)

Sprite size: 8×8 or 8×16

Tiles on screen: 512 (360~399 visible, the rest are drawn off screen as a scrolling buffer)

Audio: 2 square wave channels, 1 wave channel, 1 noise channel, mono speaker, stereo headphone jack

ROM: 8 MB maximum

RAM: 32 kB

VRAM: 16 kB

Cartridge RAM: 128 kB


internal: 2 AA batteries, 30+ hours of gameplay

external: 3V DC 0.6W (2.35mm × 0.75mm)

indicator: Red LED


8-way D-pad

4 buttons (A, B, Start, Select)

Volume potentiometer

Power switch

Serial I/O ("Link cable"): 512 kbit/s with up to 4 connections in serial

Infra-red I/O: Less than 2 m distance at 45°

Cartridge I/O


Metric: 75 mm × 27 mm × 133 mm

Imperial: 2.95 in × 1.06 in × 5.24 in

The processor, which is a Z80 workalike made by Sharp with a few extra (bit manipulation) instructions, has a clock speed of approximately 8 MHz, twice as fast as that of the original Game Boy. The Game Boy Color also has three times as much memory as the original (32 kilobytes system RAM, 16 kilobytes video RAM). The screen resolution was the same as the original Game Boy, which is 160×144 pixels.


The Game Boy Color also featured an infrared communications port for wireless linking. The feature was only supported in a small number of games, so the infrared port was dropped from the Game Boy Advance line, to be later reintroduced with the Nintendo 3DS, though wireless linking (using Wi-Fi) would return in the Nintendo DS line. The console was capable of showing up to 56 different colors simultaneously on screen from its palette of 32,768 (8×4 color background palettes, 8x3+transparent sprite palettes), and could add basic four-, seven- or ten-color shading to games that had been developed for the original 4-shades-of-grey Game Boy. In the 7-color modes, the sprites and backgrounds were given separate color schemes, and in the 10-color modes the sprites were further split into two differently-colored groups; however, as flat black (or white) was a shared fourth color in all but one (7-color) palette, the overall effect was that of 4, 6 or 8 colors. This method of upgrading the color count resulted in graphic artifacts in certain games; for example, a sprite that was supposed to meld into the background would sometimes be colored separately, making it easily noticeable. The system also featured a rarely used "high color mode", capable of displaying more than 2,000 colors on the screen simultaneously.


Color palettes used for original Game Boy games

Alternate Color Palettes

Directional pad Action button

None (default) A B

Up Brown Red Dark brown

Down Pastel mix Orange Yellow

Left Blue Dark blue Grayscale

Right Green Dark green Inverted

For dozens of popular Game Boy titles, the Game Boy Color has an enhanced palette built in featuring up to 16 colors - four colors for each of the Game Boy's four layers.  If the system does not have a palette stored for a game, it defaults to a palette of green, blue, salmon, black, and white. However, when the user turns on the system, they may choose one of 12 built in color palettes by pressing certain button combinations (namely a direction key and optionally A or B) while the Game Boy logo is present on the screen.


These palettes each contain up to ten colors. In most games, the four shades displayed on the original Game Boy would translate to different subsets of this 10-color palette, such as by displaying movable sprites in one subset and backgrounds, etc. in another. The grayscale (Left + B) palette produces an appearance similar to that experienced on the original Game Boy.



Illustrated color-samples of the palettes for the different key-combinations. Any color crossed out will be present in palette RAM, but rendered as transparent.



The clear cartridge for exclusive Game Boy Color games.


The black cartridge was for Game Boy games that took advantage of the Game Boy Color's increased palette but not the increased memory or processor speed. These games can be played original Game Boys in grayscale.

Game Boy Color exclusive games are housed in clear-colored cartridges, referred to as "Game Pak" cartidges. They are shaped differently from original Game Boy games. When inserted into an original Game Boy, these translucent cartridges prevent the system from turning on due to a missing notch present in original Game Boy cartridges that prevent the cartridge from being removed once powered on. While the Game Boy Pocket and Super Game Boy do power on with a Game Boy Color exclusive cartridge inserted, these games display a warning message stating that a Game Boy Color system is required and refuse to play. Games that are designed for the Game Boy Color, but which also include backward compatibility with the Game Boy and Game Boy Pocket, use the same cartridge shape as original Game Boy games, but are typically black and never gray.


Colors produced

See also: List of Game Boy colors and styles § Game Boy Color

The logo for Game Boy Color spelled out the word "COLOR" in the five original colors in which the unit was manufactured. They were named:


Berry (C)

Grape (O)

Kiwi (L)

Dandelion (O)

Teal (R)

Another color released at the same time was "Atomic Purple", made of a transparent purple plastic that was also used on the color-respective Nintendo 64 controller.


Other colors were sold as limited editions or in specific countries.



Main article: List of Game Boy Color games

Due to its backwards compatibility with Game Boy games, the Game Boy Color had a large playable library at launch. The system amassed an impressive library of 576 Game Boy Color games over a four-year period. While the majority of the games were Game Boy Color exclusive, approximately 30% of the titles released were backwards compatible with the original Game Boy.


While Tetris for the original Game Boy was the best selling game compatible with the system, Pokémon Gold and Silver were the best selling games developed for the Game Boy Color. The best selling Game Boy Color exclusive game was Pokémon Crystal.


The last Game Boy Color game ever released was the Japanese exclusive Doraemon no Study Boy: Kanji Yomikaki Master, which was released in Japan on July 18, 2003. In North America and Europe, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, released in November of 2002, was the last game released.



The Game Boy and Game Boy Color were both commercially successful, selling a combined 32.47 million units in Japan, 44.06 million in the Americas, and 42.16 million in other regions.


In 2003, when the Game Boy Color was discontinued, the pair was the best selling gaming console of all time. Both the Nintendo DS and PlayStation 2 would go on to outsell the pair and the Game Boy/Game Boy Color is now the third best selling system of all time and the second best selling handheld.

Complete Game List Below:

007 – The World is Not Enough
10 Pin Bowling
102 Dalmatians – Puppies to the Rescue
16-in-1 Super Card
3D Pocket Pool
4-in1 Funpak
4×4 World Trophy
Action Man: Search for Base X
Airforce Delta
Alfred’s Adventure
Alice in Wonderland
Aliens: Thanatos Encounter
All-Star Baseball 2000
All-Star Baseball 2001
All-Star Tennis 2000
Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare
Antz Racing
Armada FX Racers
Armorines: Project Swarm
Army Men
Army Men 2
Army Men: Air Combat
Army Men: Sarge’s Heroes 2
Arthur’s Absolutely Fun Day!
Astérix: Search for Dogmatix (EU: Infogrames, 2000)
Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Austin Powers: Oh Behave
Austin Powers: Welcome to My Underground Lair!
Other Life: Azure Dreams
Babe and Friends
Baby Felix Halloween
Barbie Fashion Pack Games
Barbie Magic Genie Adventure
Barbie Ocean Discovery
Barbie Pet Rescue
Barbie Kelly Club
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker
Batman: Chaos in Gotham City
Beach ‘n Ball
Billy Bob’s Huntin’ and Fishing
Bionic Commando: Elite Forces (Nintendo, 2000)
Black Bass Lure Fishing (Hot-B, Majesco, 1999)
Blade (HAL, Activision, 2000)
Blaster Master: Enemy Below (Sunsoft, 2000)
Blue’s Clues Alphabet Book
Boarder Zone (Software Creations, Atari, 1999)
Bob the Builder
Bomberman Max: Blue Champion (Hudson Soft, Vatical Entertainment, 2000)
Bomberman Max: Red Challenger (Hudson Soft, Vatical Entertainment, 2000)
Bomberman Quest
Bubble Bobble (Taito, Metro3D, 1999)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (GameBrains, THQ, 2000)
Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 3
Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 4
bugs life
Bust A Move 4 (Taito, Acclaim, 1999)
Bust A Move Millennium (Taito, Acclaim, 2000)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Traveller’s Tales, Activision, 2000)

Caesar’s Palace 2
Cannon Fodder (Sensible Software, Codemasters, 2000)
Carl Lewis Athletics 2000
Carmageddon (Sales Curve Interactive, Titus Interactive, 2000)
Casino Fun Pack
Casper the Friendly Ghost
Catwoman (Kemco, Vatical Entertainment, 1999)
The Soft Corp.1995
Championship Motocross 2001 featuring Ricky Carmichael
Chase H.Q.: Secret Police (Taito, Metro3D, 1999)
Chicken Run
Cool Bricks (Pukka Games,SCi Games, 1999)
Commander Keen (id Software, Activision, 2001)
Conker’s Pocket Tales (Rare, 1999)
Croc: Legend of the Gobbos (Virtucraft, THQ, 2000)
Croc 2 (Natsume, THQ, 2001)
Cruis’n Exotica (Crawfish Interactive, Midway, 2000)
Crystalis (Nintendo, 2000)
Cubix: Robots for Everyone Race n’ Robots
Cyber Tiger Woods Golf (Xantera, Electronic Arts, 2000)
Daffy Duck – Fowl Play
Dance Dance Revolution GB (Konami, 2000)
Dance Dance Revolution GB2 (Konami, 2000)
Dance Dance Revolution GB3 (Konami, 2001)
Dance Dance Revolution GB Disney Mix (Konami, 2001)
Oha Star Dance Dance Revolution GB (Konami, 2001)
Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX (NEON Software, Acclaim, 2000)
Dear Daniel no Sweet Adventure – Kitty-chan o Sagashite (Sanrio, 2000, Japan only)
Deer Hunter
Deja Vu I & II
Denki Blocks (Denki, Rage Software, 2001)
Dexter’s Laboratory: Robot Rampage (BAM! Entertainment, 2000)
Digital Monsters 3
Disney/Pixar Monsters, Inc (Natsume, Buena Vista Games, 2001)
Disney/Pixar Toy Story 2 (Tiertex, THQ, 1999)
Disney’s Atlantis: The Lost Empire (Eurocom Entertainment, THQ, 2001)
Disney’s Tarzan (Digital Eclipse, Activision, 1999)
Disney’s The Emperor’s New Groove
Disney’s 102 Dalmatians (Crystal Dynamics/Digital Eclipse, Activision, 2000
Disneys Alice in Wonderland (Digital Eclipse, Nintendo, 2001
Disney’s Aladdin (Crawfish Interactive, Ubisoft, 2000)
Disney’s Dinosaur
Disney’s The Jungle Book: Mowgli’s Wild Adventure
Disney’s The Lion King: Simba’s Mighty Adventure
Disney’s Toy Story Racer (Tiertex, Activision, 2001)
Diva Starz: Mall Mania (DICE, Vivendi Universal Games, 2001)
Donald Duck: Goin’ Quackers (Ubi Soft, 2000)
Donkey Kong Country (Rare, Nintendo, 2000)
Donkey Kong GB: Dinky Kong & Dixie Kong (Rare, Nintendo, 2000)
Doug’s Big Game
Dracula: Crazy Vampire
Dragon Ball Fight 2002 (no oficial)
Dragon Ball Z: Legendary Super Warriors
Dragon Dance
Dragon Tales Adventure
Dragon Tales: Dragon Wings
Dragon Warrior I & II (Enix, 2000)
Dragon Warrior III (Enix, 2000)
Dragon Warrior Monsters (Tose, Enix, 2000)
Dragon Warrior Monsters II: Cobi’s Journey (Enix, 2001)
Dragon Warrior Monsters II: Tara’s Adventure (Enix, 2001)
Dragon’s Lair (Digital Eclipse, Capcom, 2001)
Driver (Crawfish Interactive, Infogrames, 2000)
Duke Nukem (Torus Games, Atari, 1999)
The Dukes of Hazzard

Earthworm Jim: Menace 2 the Galaxy (David A. Palmer Productions, Crave Entertainment, 1999)
ECW Hardcore Revolution (Acclaim, 2000)
Elmo in Grouchland
Elmo’s 1,2,3 (WASN’T ON LIST)
ESPN International Track & Field (Konami, 2000)
ESPN National Hockey Night (Konami, 2001)
ET and the Cosmic Garden
ET Digital Companion
ET Escape From Planet Earth
European Super League (Aqua Pacific, Virgin Interactive, 2001) (Europe only)
F-1 Championship Season 2000
F-18 Thunder Strike
The Fish Files (7th Sense, MC2-Microïds, 2001)
Fisher Price Rescue Heroes Fire Frenzy
The Flintstones Starring in Burgertime in Bedrock (Conspiracy Entertainment, Swing! Entertainment, 2000)
Flipper and Lopaka
Force 21 (Code Monkeys, Red Storm Entertainment, 2000)
Formula One 2000
Fourmi Z
Frogger 2: Swampy’s Revenge
Game & Watch Gallery 2 (Tose, Nintendo, 1998)
Game & Watch Gallery 3 (Tose, Nintendo, 2000)
Gex: Enter the Gecko (David A. Palmer Productions, Crave Entertainment, 1998)
Gex: Deep Cover Gecko
Ghosts ‘n Goblins (Capcom, 1999)
Gobs of Games
Godzilla: The Series-Monster Wars (looks like a regular gameboy game, but not on gamebody list)
Gold and Glory: The Road to El Dorado (Planet Interactive, Ubi Soft, 2000)
Golden Goal (Tarantula Studios, Take-Two Interactive, 1999)
Grand Theft Auto (Tarantula Studios, Take-Two Interactive, 2000)
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Tarantula Studios, Rockstar Games, 2000)
Gremlins Unleashed
The Grinch (Konami, 2000)

Halloween Racer
Hamtaro: Ham-Hams Unite!
Hands of Time (videogame)
Harley Davidson: Race Across America
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
Harvest Moon
Harvest Moon 2
Harvest Moon 3
Hello Kitty’s Cube Frenzy
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys
Heroes of Might and Magic
Heroes of Might and Magic 2
Hollywood Pinball
Hot Wheels Stunt Track Driver
Hoyle Card Games
Hoyle Casino
Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine
Inspector Gadget
International Superstar Soccer ’99 (Konami, 1999)
Jeff Gordon Team XS Racing
Jeremy McGrath’s Supercross 2000
Jim Henson’s Muppets
Joshua & the Battle of Jericho
Jumpstart Dino Adventure Field Trip
Jurassic Boy 2
Keitai Denju Telefang – Power Version
Keitai Denju Telefang – Speed Version
Ken Griffey Jr’s Slugfest
Kirby Tilt ‘n’ Tumble
Knockout Kings
Konami GB Collection Vol.1
Konami GB Collection Vol.2
Konami GB Collection Vol.3
Konami GB Collection Vol.4
Koto Battle: Tengai no Moribito
Kuto Taito
The Land Before Time
Las Vegas Cool Hand
The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons
Lego Alpha Team
Lego Island 2: The Brickster’s Revenge
Lego Racers
Lego Stunt Rally
Lemmings & Oh No! More Lemmings
Lil’ Monster
The Lion King 2
The Little Mermaid 2: Pinball Frenzy
Little Nicky
Looney Tunes
Looney Tunes Collector: Alert!
Looney Tunes: Carrot Crazy
Looney Tunes Racing
Looney Tunes Twouble!
Lucky Luke
Lufia: The Legend Returns
M & M’s Mini Madness
Madden NFL 1999
Madden NFL 2000
Madden NFL 2001
Madden NFL 2002
Magical Drop
Magical Tetris Challenge
Marble Madness
Mario Golf
Mario Tennis
Marvin Strikes Back
Mary Kate and Ashley Crush Course
Mary Kate and Ashley Pocket Planner
Mary Kate and Ashley Winner’s Circle
Mask of Zorro
Mat Hoffman BMX Pro Racer
Matchbox Construction Zone
Matchbox Emergency Patrol
Mega Man Xtreme (Rockman X Cyber Mission in Japan)
Mega Man Xtreme 2 (Rockman X2 Soul Eraser in Japan)
Men in Black 2
Metal Gear: Ghost Babel (Metal Gear Solid in the US & Europe)
Metal Walker
Mia Hamm Soccer Shootout
Mickey’s Racing Adventure
Mickey’s Speedway USA
Micro Machines 1&2 Twin Turbo
Micro Machines V3
Microsoft Entertainment Pak
Microsoft Pinball Arcade
Microsoft Puzzle Collection
Millennium Winter Sports
Missile Command
Mission: Impossible (Rebellion Developments, Infogrames, 2000)
Mobile Golf
Monster Rancher Explorer
Montezuma’s Return
Mortal Kombat 4
Motocross Maniacs 2
Mr. Driller
Mr. Nutz
MTV Sports: BMX
MTV Sports: Pure Ride
MTV Sports: Skateboarding
The Mummy
The Mummy Returns
NASCAR Challenge
NBA Showtime
NBA Hoopz
NBA Jam ’99
NBA Jam 2001
NFL Blitz 2000
NFL Blitz 2001
NHL Blades of Steel ’99
NHL Blades of Steel 2000
Nicktoons Racing
NSYNC: Get to the Show
Oddworld Adventures II
O’Leary Manager 2000
Other Life: Azure Dreams
Perfect Dark
Player Manager 2001
Playmobil Laura
Pocket Bomberman
Pocket GT Racer
Pocket Soccer
“Pokemon” (Blue cartridge) Wasn’t on list
Pokémon Card GB2
Pokémon Crystal
Pokémon Gold
Pokémon Pinball
Pokémon Puzzle Challenge
Pokémon Silver
Pokémon Trading Card Game
Pokémon Yellow
Polaris Snocross
Power Quest
Power Rangers Time Force
Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue
Power Spike Pro Beach Volleyball
The Powerpuff Girls: Bad Mojo Jojo
The Powerpuff Girls: Battle Him
The Powerpuff Girls: Paint the Townsville Green
Project S-11
Pro Darts
Pro Pool
Puchi Carat
Quest for Camelot
Quest: Fantasy Challenge
R-Type DX
Racin Ratz (wasnt on list)
Rainbow Six
Rampage: World Tour
Rampage 2: Universal Tour
Rainbow Islands
Rampart (arcade game)
Rayman 2
Razor Freestyle Scooter
Ready 2 Rumble (Crawfish Interactive, Midway, 1999)
Resident Evil Gaiden
Reservoir Rat
Return of the Ninja
Revelations: The Demon Slayer
Rhino Rumble
Road Champs: BXS Stunt Biking
Road Rash
Robopon Star Version
Robopon Sun Version
Robot Wars Metal Mayhem
Rocket Power: Gettin Air
Rocky Mountain Trophy Hunter
Ronaldo V-Soccer
Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths & Legends
Rugrats in Paris: The Movie
Rugrats: Time Travelers (wasn’t on list)
Rugrats: Totally Angelica
Rush 2049
Sabrina the Animated Series: Spooked!
Sabrina the Animated Series: Zapped!
Santa Claus Junior (WAS NOT ON LIST)
Scooby Doo! Classic Creep Capers
Sesame Street Sports
Sgt Rock: On the Frontline
Shaun Palmer’s Pro Snowboarding
Shrek: Fairytale Freakdown
The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror
Smurfs Nightmare
Snoopy Tennis
Snow Cross
Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
Sonic Shuff 6 ??? (was not on list)
Space Invaders
Space Marauder
Space Station Silicon Valley
Spider-Man 2: The Sinister Six
SpongeBob SquarePants: The Legend of the Lost Spatula
Spy vs. Spy
Star Wars Episode I: Obi-Wan’s Adventures
Star Wars: Episode I Racer
Star Wars: Yoda Stories
Stranded Kids
Street Fighter Alpha
Stuart Little The Journey Home
Super Breakout
Super Mario Bros. Deluxe
Survival Kids
Taxi 2
Taxi 3
Tazmanian Devil: Munching Madness
Teck Deck Skateboarding
Test Drive Cycles
Test Drive Le Mans
Tetris DX
The World is Not Enough
Three Lions (Tarantula Studios, Take-Two Interactive, 1999)
Tintin in Tibet
Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Saves the Day
Tiny Toon Adventures: Dizzy’s Candy Quest
TOCA; Touring Car Championship
Toki Tori
Tom and Jerry in Mouse Attacks
Tomb Raider
Tomb Raider: Curse of the Sword
Tom and Jerry: Mouse Hunt
Tonic Trouble (Europe only)
Tonka Construction Site
Tonka Raceway
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3
Top Gear Pocket
Top Gear Pocket 2
Top Gun: Firestorm
Towers: Lord Baniff’s Deceit
Toy Story Racer
Track & Field: Summer Games (WASN’T ON LIST)
Trick Boarder
Turok 2: Seeds of Evil
Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion
Turok: Rage Wars
Tweety’s High Flying Adventure
UEFA 2000
Ultimate Fighting Championship
Ultimate Paintball
Vegas Games
Vigilante 8
V-Rally ’99
Wacky Races
Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour
Wario Land II
Wario Land 3
Warriors of Might and Magic
WCW Mayhem
Wendy: Every Witch Way
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire: 2
Wild Thornberry’s Rambler
Winnie the Pooh Adventures
Woody Woodpecker
Woody Woodpecker Racing
World Destruction League: Thunder Tanks
The World Is Not Enough
Worms: Armageddon
WWF: Attitude
WWF: Betrayal
WWF: WrestleMania 2000
X-Men: Mutant Academy
X-Men: Mutant Wars
X-Men: Wolverine’s Rage
X-Treme Sports
X-Treme Wheels
Xena: Warrior Princess
Yars’ Revenge
Yogi Bear: Great Balloon Blast
Yu-Gi-Oh! Dark Duel Stories
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters II – Yamikai Kettouki
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters III – Sanseisenshin Kourin
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters IV – Saikyou Kettousha Senki
Yu-Gi-Oh! Monster Capsule

Zebco Fishing
Zoboomafoo: Playtime in Zobooland