The Analogue Pocket Arrives in a Colorful Transparent Limited Edition

The Analogue Pocket console is coming in a colorful limited edition. A fantastic gift idea for retro gaming fans.

It’s only been a few weeks since Analogue launched its glow-in-the-dark Pocket console, a limited edition that sold out within minutes. The manufacturer is already gearing up to release a new limited edition machine that is sure to evoke many childhood memories. Analogue is set to sell transparent Pockets, reminiscent of Game Boy Color consoles, on September 29th.

Interested fans will have the option to choose from seven transparent colors: clear, black, red, blue, orange, green, and purple. The retro console will be sold for $250 each, which is $30 more than the basic version, currently out of stock. These consoles will, of course, be offered in very limited quantities, and Analogue has already stated that they will never be sold again.

A fantastic gift idea for retro gaming fans

The Analogue Pocket console allows you to play physical games (those good old cartridges) from Game Boy and Game Boy Advance, and the machine is even compatible with the original accessories of Nintendo’s console. You can also link it directly to another Game Boy for multiplayer gaming. But Game Boy cartridges are not your only option with the Pocket. Indeed, Analogue also sells Game Gear adapters, to fully immerse yourself in your 1990s video game memories. Adapters for TurboGrafx, Neo Geo, and Lynx were also announced by the manufacturer a long time ago, but fans are still waiting for them.

This release is part of a growing trend that’s reviving the nostalgic charm of transparent technology. It’s a perfect fit for the Analogue Pocket as it’s reminiscent of the classic transparent Game Boys.

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