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Diorama:Game Boy Advance Metroid Fusion Diorama

2014

The Strong National Museum of Play

The Strong National Museum of Play

This handmade diorama was created for The Strong by artist Alain Wildgen, known as Wuppes.

The Game Boy Advance is a 32-bit handheld video game console developed by Nintendo. It is a sixth generation console and was released in 2001. It is backwards compatible with both the Game Boy and the Game Boy Color, and can be hooked up to outside devices such as the Nintendo GameCube. GBA games geared themselves toward sprite-based platformers and RPGs, and became a favorite with old-school gamers with ports of earlier 8-bit and 16-bit games. The GBA was redesigned twice, first in 2003 with the Game Boy Advance SP, and later in 2005 with the Game Boy Micro.

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  • Title: Diorama:Game Boy Advance Metroid Fusion Diorama
  • Date Created: 2014
  • Location: Luxembourg
  • Subject Keywords: video game, electronic game
  • Type: More Electronic Games
  • Medium: printed paper, plastic, particle board, metal, glass
  • Object ID: 115.965
  • Credit Line: Gift of Alain Wupps Wildgen
  • Artist: Alain Wildgen

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