It looks like the Game Boy Emulator from Nintendo Switch Online has just leaked

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Last year there were whispers that Nintendo was planning to bring Game Boy games to the Nintendo Switch Online subscription service to join it Existing libraries of NES and SNES titlesas well as the Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis catalogs available as part of the expansion pack’s subscription tier.

Now, the leak appears to provide evidence that Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance games may be hitting the service soon.

to me Tweet embed On Twitter, files were leaked to 4chan that include a Nintendo-developed GBA emulator codenamed “Sloop” and a Game Boy emulator called “Hiyoko,” both of which were developed by Nintendo of Europe’s NERD (Nintendo European Research & Development) team, Paris-a subsidiary of Its headquarters are responsible for much of the company’s emulation efforts in recent years – including emulators in Classic Mini consoles and N64/GameCube/Wii emulation in Super Mario 3D All Stars.

There was even a video of the mentioned Game Boy (Advance) emulator supposedly working on the console, though The account he posted It was quickly deleted.

Is this confirmed evidence that we will be playing Game Boy and GBA games on Switch in the near future? Let us know your thoughts in the usual place.

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