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The '''Game Boy Printer''' (Japanese: '''ポケットプリンタ''' ''Pocket Printer'') is a thermal printer designed for the [[Game Boy]] and [[Game Boy Color]]. The Game Boy Printer was released in 1998 alongside the [[Game Boy Camera]]. It is a thermal printer that connects to the Game Boy with a Game Link Cable. Its purpose is to print images from compatible games on small rolls of thermal paper. Individual sheets are adhesive-backed and 3.8 cm (1.5 in) in diameter. The Game Boy Printer uses six AA batteries. It is compatible with all Game Boy models except for the [[Game Boy Advance#Game Boy Micro|Game Boy Micro]]. A [[Link cable]] is required to connect the printer to a Game Boy.
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The '''Game Boy Printer''' (Japanese: '''ポケットプリンタ''' ''Pocket Printer'') is a thermal printer designed for the [[Game Boy]] and [[Game Boy Color]]. The Game Boy Printer was released in 1998 alongside the [[Game Boy Camera]]. It is a thermal printer that connects to the Game Boy with a Game Link Cable. Its purpose is to print images from compatible games on small rolls of thermal paper. Individual sheets are adhesive-backed and 3.8 cm (1.5 in) in diameter. The Game Boy Printer uses six AA batteries. It is compatible with all Game Boy models except for the [[Game Boy Advance#Game Boy Micro|Game Boy Micro]]. A [[Link Cable]] is required to connect the printer to a Game Boy.
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A successor known as the [[Game Boy Printer Color]] was also in development according to [[Mario Artist: Paint Studio]] data-mining, but silently cancelled.
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Latest revision as of 22:49, 8 November 2019

The Game Boy Printer (Japanese: ポケットプリンタ Pocket Printer) is a thermal printer designed for the Game Boy and Game Boy Color. The Game Boy Printer was released in 1998 alongside the Game Boy Camera. It is a thermal printer that connects to the Game Boy with a Game Link Cable. Its purpose is to print images from compatible games on small rolls of thermal paper. Individual sheets are adhesive-backed and 3.8 cm (1.5 in) in diameter. The Game Boy Printer uses six AA batteries. It is compatible with all Game Boy models except for the Game Boy Micro. A Link Cable is required to connect the printer to a Game Boy.

A successor known as the Game Boy Printer Color was also in development according to Mario Artist: Paint Studio data-mining, but silently cancelled.

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Hardware

Game Boy • Game Boy Pocket • Game Boy Light • Game Boy Color • Game Boy Advance (hardware family)

Components / other

Media: Game Pak (GB • GBC)

Game Boy

Game Boy Printer • Game Link Cable • Universal Game Link Adapter • Game Link Cable Adapter • Universal Game Link Cable • Four Player Adapter • Game Boy Stereo Headphones • Game Boy Rechargeable Battery Pack • Game Boy Battery Case • Game Boy Soft Case • Game Boy Cleaning Kit

Game Boy Pocket

Game Link Cable • Game Link Cable (Pocket) • Universal Game Link Adapter • Game Link Cable Adapter • Universal Game Link Cable • Four Player Adapter • Battery Pack • Game Boy Pocket Charger • AC Adapter

Game Boy Color

Game Link Cable (Color) • Mobile GB Adapter