The Nintendo fanbase is one of the most creative groups out there, and this new gadget goes to prove that. Called the BitBoy, it was created by Alex Bahr and allows you to save photos from your Game Boy Camera onto an SD card. The device basically translates the “Print” function to allow it to save to an SD card. Some people have already used the device to retrieve long lost photos, and others to revive the classic art of Game Boy photography.

The BitBoy will cost around $65 and will come with a plastic case and buttons for controlling the basic functions of printing and maintenance. Below is an excerpt from the store page:

“Whether you want to save your Game Boy Camera photographs in Bitmap (Lossless 8-bit Index Color,) extract your Pok├ędex information, or transpose your Pocket Planner, BitBoy Photo has got you covered.”

Let us know what you think of this new retro gaming device in the comments!

Source: USGamer

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