Game Boy Advance

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The Game Boy Advance, often just GBA, is a 32-bit handheld system, the predecessor to the DS. While there are no Animal Crossing series games made for the Game Boy Advance, Animal Crossing supports connection with the system to access features such as Advance Play with the NES, access the Island, and to make patterns for free. The Game Boy Advance also supports a peripheral known as the e-Reader, a device that allows the GBA to scan and import data on encrypted cards. In Doubutsu no Mori e+, the player can also play various minigames from the Wishing Well with GBA connectivity, and a Game Boy Advance is not required to access the island.

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The original Game Boy Advance
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Manufacturer Nintendo
Type Handheld
Release date(s) Japan March 21, 2001
United States of America June 11, 2001
Europe June 22, 2001
AustraliaJune 22, 2001
Media Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance Cartridges
Input D-pad, face buttons
Predecessor Game Boy Color
Successor Game Boy Micro,
Nintendo DS
Game JP Release Date EG Release date
Animal Island 2001 2002
Doubutsu no Mori e+ Minigames 2003 N/A

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