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Author Topic: Nintendo has patented a working Game Boy shell for your smartphone  (Read 50 times)
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« on: October 05, 2018, 12:30:33 PM »
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I've seen a few Game Boy phone cases out in the wild - protective cases which (unofficially) make the back of your mobile look like Nintendo's classic handheld.

But Nintendo itself has registered a US patent (dug up by Siliconera) for a plastic shell which encases your phone in a Game Boy-shaped case, complete with working buttons.

This is something more than a standard case, with buttons that cleverly react with your device's touchscreen beneath to register commands.



A window in the design lets you see a Game Boy screen-sized portion of your own smartphone - the patent mentions it would be here that the game you are playing is displayed - or you can open up the front of the case to see the rest.



It begs the question - when will Game Boy emulation come to iOS and Android? Because this case looks ready-made for it.

Nintendo recently began selling NES-style controllers for the Switch to use with the console's new Online Subscription service, which includes access to more than 20 NES games on demand. A pair of those will cost you 50 - hopefully, this phone case, if it materializes, will come a little cheaper.

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