|Game Boy Camera
||Game Boy Camera
||February 21, 1998 (Japan)|
June 1, 1998 (North America)
June 4, 1998 (Europe)
The Game Boy Camera is a Nintendo Game Boy Game Pak which also serves as a camera.
Players are able to create their own photographs with it (which can be viewed in a limited quality on the system), and decorate them with stamps. Furthermore there are minigames included in the software such as "Space Fever II" and "Run! Run! Run!"
Using the Game Boy Camera and a cheating device (GameShark format, Xploder included), it is possible for the player to create and access glitch art by changing the position of the cursor when selecting a frame, stamp or existing picture.
After enabling the code, you may be able to access other invalid options quickly by disabling the code and using the d-pad (except for glitch stamps where you may have to edit the code).
The following codes will allow for the player to access glitch images:
Frame option when changing the frame of an existing picture - 01xxC1D7
Stamp option when adding a stamp to an existing picture - 01xx3FD6
Pen and colour option modifiers - 01xx12D6
Picture option from the check menu (invalid values are 1E and up) - 01xxEED5
Glitch forest (by ChickasaurusGL)
Another glitch forest (by ChickasaurusGL)
Out of bounds gallery art
Similarly to accessing glitch art, it is possible to listen to glitch music by using a cheat code to access an out of bounds DJ Mode composition.[elaboration needed]
Glitch Space Fever II boss
Using the GameShark code 01048FD8, you can trigger a glitch boss in the Space Fever II minigame. This glitch boss may look a lot like a Pokémon Red/Green/Blue glitch Pokémon but it may also freeze the game.