GameBoy Advance Phone features Windows Mobile & PocketGBA emulator
Although it's not quite a finished product, the GameBoy Advance Phone is crafted from two devices, a GameBoy Advance obviously and an HTC Hermes, that manages to uniquely employ a variety of customizations to still give you that flattering look and feel of the beloved portable console. Naturally, you can blatantly tell that the shell of the GameBoy Advance is covering up the Windows Mobile powered HTC Hermes. Although its platform of choice is questionable, it manages to keep intact that original GameBoy Advance boot screen. Furthermore, there are a mix of custom notifications and ringtones from various Mario games to make the platform experience tolerable.
Constantly in landscape orientation, we also find the device packing the PocketGBA emulator that enables you to run your library of GameBoy Advance ROMs on it. Needless to say that there are still some work required in getting it up to par, such as the buttons on the GameBoy Advance not working, but we're certain that this project will eventually provide that real GameBoy Advance Phone that some only dream about.
1. Rawrzellers (Posts: 224; Member since: 22 Aug 2010)
It's so nice when people get creative ad do things like this
2. Kang (unregistered)
Good try but this looks like Nokia Ngage all over again. Ha ha.
3. joey18 (Posts: 510; Member since: 20 Jul 2010)
is so ugly is droid phone under the game boy so gay
4. luis_lopez_351 (Posts: 951; Member since: 18 Nov 2010)
"GameBoy Advance is covering up the Windows Mobile powered HTC Herme" were the heck did you get droid from??? stupid ignorant people these days.
p.s. it would look sexier in a gameboy sp ;D
6. chinakidoliver.iab (Posts: 75; Member since: 07 Dec 2010)
that makes me laugh when ppl try being creative and fail so badly
7. [XS]FROZEN™ (unregistered)
idk about all these tards saying its ***, but that phone is half way epic. polish and update the components to something halfway new, like a nds and a htc touch pro2 or something... id buy it.