A Pokemon fan devised an ingenious way: Every major line game in the Pokemon game adds something new to the series with new areas to new creatures that you can meet and capture. Since there are so many iconic games to pick from. It’s not a surprise to find that lots of fans of the Pokemon players have playing these games, including the very first Game Boy releases.
A Pokemon player recently shared their unique method to store Game Boy Pokemon games safely while keeping them ready for display.
Like all video CDs and game cartridges. Game Boy cartridges usually come with cases that protect them to ensure their safety. But, as Game Boys are now fairly old handheld consoles. Claims have been removed from their contents or gone missing completely.
This can force collectors and gamers to look for other items to store their cartridges.
TikTok users Boost Lee have recently shared an unofficial video demonstrating their latest strategy to keep Game Boy games safe and displayed to the music from “Pokemon Johto” from the Pokemon anime.
In the opening of the video, two hands are shown holding what appears to be a copy that is an Original Pokemon Gold label and then folding the brand into a new design.
A Pokemon fan devised an ingenious way
Then, they open an empty plastic case intended to house a cassette. And put the label inside to ensure it is visible. An easy cut adds several plastic ridges inside the case’s interior to make it look like the inside of the cartridge’s case.
After the plastic ridges are put in place, Boost Lee inserts the Pokemon Gold cartridge into the slot left by it. The cartridge perfectly fitted. So they seal the case for cassettes and display the results before the cameras.
This plastic case doesn’t look as if it’s the typical Game Boy case, but it does clearly state that it’s an original version of Pokemon Gold, the Game Boy Color edition of Pokemon Gold.
In addition, the game’s cover prominently display. And the case tuck in a row of Game Boy titles also repackaged with this method. It’s not the most bizarre Pokémon-themed design fans have created; however, it is perhaps the most successful one.
The video concludes with a slow pan of an area filled with collectibles, such as figures of Ho-Oh. The legendary Pokemon Ho-Oh, and a set of bookends to Boost Lee’s assortment of recycled Game Boy games.
The collection contains Pokemon Red and Blue, the first Pokemon Red and Blue. Which appear to be Pokemon Silver and Crystal, Pokemon Silver and Crystal. And Game Boy Advance titles Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald. Some nonrelated Pokemon titles include at the end.