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Rumble (feature)

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Rumble is a feature in Nintendo games, causing the controller or console to vibrate when something worthy of attention/important happens in the game.

Rumble hardware

The Game Boy Player (Nintendo GameCube) adds special support to the following Game Boy Advance games, giving them a Rumble feature:

Rumble Paks

A Rumble Pak feature is a special type of Nintendo Game Pak with a Rumble feature built-in to the cartridge, though it may also refer to a cartridge that supports the Rumble feature through a special peripheral/hardware (such as the Game Boy Player, mentioned above).

Rumble Pak games have been released for Nintendo 64, Game Boy/Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance.

Later, the Rumble feature usually has become a feature of the console/hardware itself, rather than being built-in to the cartridge.

Examples

Nintendo 64

Game Boy Color

Game Boy Advance

Nintendo DS