20 Most Recent Nintendo Game Boy Color Console Questions & Answers


Unfortunately, on the old Gameboy Color Pokemon games, the save battery has a limited life. The only way to keep a save is to get a new, working copy of the game.

Nintendo Game... | Answered on May 17, 2019


Mine didnt either... basically you select the card you want to duel with then you put it in defense mode or attack mode(heres a tip do not put zombie dragon in defence mode or as I like to call it... COME AND ATTACK ME MODE! you just go from there and when you play more you canget better cards then maybe youll be able to beat "YU-GI" oh yeah and the game is called YU-GI-OH not YU-GI-OW

Nintendo Game... | Answered on Jan 18, 2017


fix-power-switch-gameboy-color-c4uivwgyi1cnlimeypugijuv-5-0.jpgWell you would have to take the game boy colour apart then to see if it can be fixed. Try turning it on with a piece of metal or you can use duct tape then.

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Nintendo Game... | Answered on Nov 08, 2016


I think that it is broken then.
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Nintendo Game... | Answered on Oct 07, 2016


I think that there might be something on google then try googling my game boy color has a scratch on the screen too see what you come up with.

Nintendo Game... | Answered on Oct 07, 2016


I would say that the screen is causing the lines in a gameboy colour the lines are not the same like it would be in an orginal gameboy the one with the four batteries. Lines in gameboy color are the screen issues then the whole screen would have to be replaced on the GBC then.
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Nintendo Game... | Answered on Apr 30, 2016


It sound like the color or the screen parts inside of the game boy color are not working properly so it would just be easier to buy a new one vs fixing the current one. The current one could be fixed but it might not be an easy fix and the fix might be complicated then.

Nintendo Game... | Answered on Nov 27, 2015


Well I think that the gamepack is broken. Or battery that allows you to save your game data is probally dying on you and needs to be replaced. Or you can just buy a new game then.

Nintendo Game... | Answered on Nov 24, 2015


Some times the springs and plates in the battery compartment need cleaning. Did this to my classic Gameboy and the thing works like it's new.
Extreme cases the Gameboy Color has 2 fuses that can burn from age or voltage input is too high these are easy to replace or just patch if you have skill with a soldering iron.

Nintendo Game... | Answered on Jun 04, 2014


May need new battery

Nintendo Game... | Answered on Apr 01, 2014


Well, the Gameboy color doesnt produce light. It just shows an image, you have to have a light on for you to see what is going on

Nintendo Game... | Answered on May 10, 2013


You cant fix the cartrige as you will break it
overall its time to let go of the game boy color games try getting a DS its much better but back to your problem... IT IS NOT THE CARTRIGE!! your game boy will not accept the cartrige because of the mechanics in it deteriorating

Nintendo Game... | Answered on Dec 16, 2012


The contacts are probably dirty. What you need to do is take your Game Boy Color apart and clean them. Unscrew the six tri-wing screws on the back (4 in plain sight, 2 behind the battery cover. Take off your batteries). If you don't have a tri-wing screwdriver a small enough flat-head one works fine, too. Take off the back plate of the GBC. There are three phillips screws holding the main board in. Remove those too. Carefully lift the board and turn it to the other side (don't try to remove or damage the ribbon connecting the screen). You will see the contacts for the buttons. Clean them with a soft (hopefully lint free) cloth. Sometimes scratching the grime through the cloth works. After you can see the contacts (4 for each button in the case of Start/Select) reassemble your Game Boy following the reverse steps. WebRepOverall ratingThis site has no rating(not enough votes)

Nintendo Game... | Answered on Dec 15, 2012


Well if the battery inside of the game pack that alows you to Dave the game data is dead you will have to open the cartiage up with a 3.8 mm bit tool then and unsolder the old battery and resolder the new one to the inside of the game pack or just buy a new game pack then. Jj games.

Nintendo Game... | Answered on Nov 27, 2012


Well it could be that the game boy color needs new batteries then or the console it's self Is broken.

Nintendo Game... | Answered on Nov 27, 2012


Well I think that the Head phones that you are using are not working then.

Nintendo Game... | Answered on Oct 06, 2012


Well it the machine is off the batteries are off then and will work when it's turned on.

Nintendo Game... | Answered on Oct 06, 2012


Well it sounds like the speaker is not working properly so it's the speaker that's doing this not the console it's self then. 2 double AA batteries I use energizer and duracell for mine and do not use re chargerAble batteries either

Nintendo Game... | Answered on Oct 06, 2012


Well if the battery inside of the game pack is dead then un solder it and resolder the new battery in the battery socket inside of the game pack. To fix a broken game pack you need to find out which piece is broken and ding that specific part from some where would be easier to buy a new game pack

Nintendo Game... | Answered on Oct 06, 2012

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