Game Boy Advance
There are many ways to play Game Boy Advance games, both through portable systems and on a TV or monitor. Please read on to find out more info:
Game Boy Advance Versions
Nintendo released four different versions of the GBA, each with it’s own variation of colors. The GBA SP model AGS-101 and the Nintendo DS came with backlit screens, which are a significant improvement to the expereince. There’s also backlight ktis available for original GBA consoles, however backlight options change so often that we don’t have a section on it yet. If you’d like more info, My Life In Gaming did an excellent video on this subject.
GBA on a Display
There’s now a few reliable methods of playing original GBA cartridges on TV’s or monitors. There’s also some decent ways to run GBA games without original carts, such as on the Wii U and via the MiSTer.
There’s also ROM carts available for the GBA, which can be found in that section: https://www.retrorgb.com/romcarts.html