Hardware company Epilogue recently unveiled the company’s new device, the GB Operator. This product will allow users to play Game Boy games, Game Boy Color games, and Game Boy Advance games on PC devices. At this time, the product runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.
“Tightly integrated emulator that updates the save file as you play so when you switch between console and GB Operator you can continue where you left off,” reads the product description. “We use mGBA as the core emulator so you get to enjoy controller and cheat support, along with other features. However, you’re not limited and you can play using your favorite emulator as well.”
The product has a starting price of $49.99. As of July 16th, Epilogue does not have the GB Operator in stock.
(All information was provided by Screen Rant and Epilogue)
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