Game Boy
From the Australian Gaming Database
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{{#if:{{#if:  }} }}{{#if:{{#if:References: {{{footnotes}}} }}}}{{#if:}} {{#ifeq:yes</table>}} The Game Boy is a third generation handheld video game system designed and manufactured by Nintendo Co. Ltd. It was distributed in Australia by Mattel from 1990 to 1994, and Nintendo Australia from 1994 until the system's discontinuation in 1999. It may have been the first system to sell more than 1 million units in Australia.
Game Boy Games Developed in Australia
 4in1 Fun Pak
 4in1 Fun Pak Volume 2
 Agro Soar
 Baby TRex
 Bamse
 Beavis & ButtHead
 Casino Fun Pak
 Choplifter II: Rescue Survive
 College Slam
 DragonHeart: Fire & Steel
 George Foreman's K.O. Boxing
 Itchy & Scratchy in Miniature Golf Madness
 NBA All Star Challenge
 NBA All Star Challenge 2
 NBA Jam
 NFL Quarterback Club
 T2: The Arcade Game
 TazMania
 The Hunt for Red October
 The Punisher: Ultimate Payback
 Tom & Jerry
 Tom & Jerry: Frantic Antics
 WCW: The Main Event
 We're Back: A Dinosaur's Story
Known Variants
Notes
 First Game Boy software sold for $39.95. Launched circa September 1990. Launch titles included Golf, Baseball, Solar Striker and Tetris. Original RRP ~$200.<ref>Campbell, P. (1990, September 10). Latest in exec toys from Nintendo. Sydney Morning Herald.</ref>
 Game Boy sells for $150 in 1991.<ref>Cantlon, G. (1991, November 17). Cutthroat selling in video games. Sun Herald.</ref>
 150,000 units sold by Nov 1992, expected to sell 100,000 that christmas.<ref>Price, J. (1992, November 20) Video Games: The toys grown ups can't resist. Sydney Morning Herald.</ref>
 1996 Game Boy Pocket Bundle w/ Super Mario Land (Super Mario Land Super Pack). Early model GBP as it does not have the battery life LED.
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