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Burger King used to make cute looking plastic Game Boy Color todays which had analog games built-in them back in 2000. Recently, a person fixed a Raspberry Pi Zero chip into such a toy and transformed it into a working Game Boy Color emulator.
ChaseLambeth, a Redditor, claims to have come across a person who managed to turn three of such toys into working Game Boy Color Nano on Instagram.
He was also ready to purchase one of these Game Boy Color Nanos for $250. Prior to meeting the Instagram user, ChaseLambeth was also working on the project but faced difficulties in fixing the volume.
The Game Boy uses a RetroPie emulator and has a two inch LCD screen. The sound and the buttons of the unit also works charmingly. Apart from its look, the best thing about the Game Boy Color Nano is that it can run other titles apart from the Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance ones.
You can have a look at more image of the Game Boy Color Nano here.