|Pokemon - Crystal Version (V1.1)||Role Playing||4,7||2,895,993||1.0MB|
|Pokemon - Gold Version||Role Playing||4,5||2,707,106||731.1KB|
|Pokemon - Silver Version||Role Playing||4,6||1,770,906||731.2KB|
|Pokemon Diamond (Hack)||Hack, Role Playing||3,8||1,107,807||611.1KB|
|Pokemon - Blue Version||Role Playing||4,5||1,079,119||371.7KB|
|Pokemon - Red Version||Adventure, Role Playing||4,7||965,513||371.9KB|
|Pokemon - Red Version||Adventure, Role Playing||4,8||836,365||371.4KB|
|Pokemon - Blue Version (UA)||Role Playing||4,1||768,755||371.2KB|
|Pokemon Diamond V2 (Hack)||Hack, Role Playing||3,4||622,301||615.3KB|
|Super Mario Bros. Deluxe (V1.1)||Platform||4,0||258,575||346.5KB|
|Legend Of Zelda, The - Link's Awakening (V1.2)||Role Playing||4,1||233,277||290.5KB|
|Pokemon Trading Card Game||Card Game||4,5||212,651||459.6KB|
|Grand Theft Auto 2||Racing||3,7||182,561||683.6KB|
|Super Mario Bros. Deluxe||Platform||3,9||169,004||349.6KB|
|Legend Of Zelda, The - Oracle Of Ages||Adventure||3,9||166,891||681.4KB|
|Legend Of Zelda, The - Oracle Of Seasons||Role Playing||3,9||151,886||909.8KB|
|Legend Of Zelda, The - Link's Awakening DX (V1.2)||3,9||140,955||490.2KB|
|Pokemon Trading Card Game||Card Game||3,9||137,717||611.1KB|
|Dragon Ball Z - Legendary Super Warriors||Fighting||3,7||130,762||660.2KB|
Some people say it’s impossible to turn back time and relive the happy moments. But we’re pretty sure that most retro gamers will disagree with such an opinion. As true connoisseurs of classic games, we remember the unrestrained fun and exciting feelings that overwhelmed us in childhood, when we were playing The Legend of Zelda, Mario Bros, or The King of Fighters. We’ll bet there are other retro games, the very mention of which gets your heart rate up. Neo Geo, PlayStation, Gameboy Advance, Nintendo DS, and other consoles made so many generations happy. You also have your favorites among home video game consoles. But there is one that occupies a prominent place in our hearts. It’s Gameboy Color (GBC). With GBC ROMs that you can download from our website and a reliable emulator you can start playing virtually any GBC game. If you want to reunite with your old Nintendo friends and dive into primordial retrogaming, go on reading.
If you’re in search of the best original Gameboy Color games, but don’t know where to look for them, you should set your sights on our website. We offer tons of safe and tested games that are compatible with most GBC emulators. You can easily locate the ROM file you’re interested in and download it onto your computer. Be it immortal Super Mario Bros, Dragon Ball Z, Grand Theft Auto, or any other GBC game, you’ll be able to quickly find it on our website with the help of the search option or any other way you find more convenient. Don’t limit yourself to just tried and tested options. There is a wide array of Game Boy Color ROMs for you to try out. Note that you can download GBC ROMs for free without restricting yourself to one option.
Different people choose different operating systems. To be able to play your favorite GBC games smoothly on your OS, you need to take note of the platforms that are compatible with the GBC ROMs you’re planning on downloading. Presently, there are slews of trustworthy time-tested emulation tools wherewith you can play your favorite titles on a PC, tablet, or smartphone. Most emulators are perfectly compatible with Mac, iOS, Windows, Android, and Linux devices. So, make sure to do some research on the emulator you want to use, as well as its compatibility with your platform.
Some years ago, finding a stable Gameboy Color emulator for iOS was a real ordeal. Presently, running classic Nintendo games on Apple portable devices is much easier. You can download the regular Game Boy Color emulator app using the Safari browser and then add the game boy color ROMs to your Google Drive account. You also may try out full-featured emulators for your iOS device. Among the most popular and safest options are Delta Emulator and Provenance.
If you’re looking for Windows a GBC emulator, you have a wide variety of options to choose from.
You may want to look at BGB, first. This emulation tool is highly praised for its accurate sound and video emulation, as well as debugging features. BGB also boasts an auto delay feature, forward and backward compatibility, and ability to save and load stats anywhere in the game. It has gamepad support and allows customizing the button layout to your liking. Those who want to get the most out of their gaming will appreciate GameGenie and GameShark cheat support. They will come in handy when you decide to unlock some in-game features. There are other Windows-supported solutions worth your attention. Such emulators as GeMP (M), LameBoy DS, and MeBoy Builder also can help you emulate almost any game without lags and freezes on your Window PC.
You can also enjoy playing Game Boy Color classics on your Android devices. All you need is a nice emulator compatible with the Android OS. We highly recommend that you pay attention to such emulators as John GBC, My OldBoy!, GBC.emu, Pizza Boy Pro, ClassicBoy, and EmuBox. Some users note that RetroArch also works fine on Android. But, to our mind, there are other less complicated emulators that can do better.
Today, many developers take care to make their emulators compatible with another popular OS – Linux. The VisualBoy Advance emulator, which supports the games from the family of Gameboy handhelds, is now compatible with Linux. Ubuntu, Debian, and Arch Linux users can install the appropriate version of this stable and reliable emulator on their Linux PC and play a wide array of Game Boy Color ROMs downloaded from our website. Other emulators that are reported to have good compatibility with Linux are Mednafen, TuxBoy, and KiGB.