Game Boy Advanced
The Game Boy Advance (often abbreviated GBA, when it was still under development was called the Project Atlantis) is a handheld game console from Nintendo introduced in 2001. The Game Boy Advance is the successor to the Game Boy Color.
It was the first handheld with a 32-bit processor. In 2003 an updated version, the Game Boy Advance SP, was released. In 2005 Nintendo introduced a scaled-down version called Game Boy Micro.