Analogue has gained something of a cult following for its retro-inspired portable gaming devices. In September, the gaming company launched a transparent version of its popular Analogue Pocket, a nod to the clear Game Boy models of the late 1980s.
Two months later, Analogue is back with a new version of the Pocket. This time, the range is full of colorful and eye-catching models dubbed “classic limited editions”.
The devices are essentially the same as the original Pocket, but come in a unique assortment of colors: blue, green, indigo, pink, red, yellow, silver, and spicy orange. All colors were previously available on Game Boy Pocket or Game Boy Advance, making this a true throwback for OG gamers.
Coming to the technical specifications, the device supports original Game Boy titles, as well as those from Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, Game Gear, Atari Lynx, and Neo Geo Pocket. It features a 3.5-inch LCD screen with 1600×1440 resolution, mappable buttons, and ten hours of gameplay per charge.
The Analogue Pocket “Classic Limited Editions” goes on sale online on Friday, November 17 for $249 USD.
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