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I have a few Game Boy Color games that use battery backups, I would like to be able to replace the batteries at some point down the line, is this possible?

What would I need?
 

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It is way more trouble then it is worth, to be honest.
 

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But eventually "all" Game boy color games that are battery backed up will break... I would like to have my games for a while, is it that way with Game Boy Advance games as well?

How about dumping Game Boy / Color games? Is that hard? Expensive?
 

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CR1616 watch battery, the few clear carts i have though, the battery is this black circle thing....
 

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Well, replacing batteries aren't really that hard. Provided you know what you're doing. There are guides but most of them apply on NES / Famicom cartridges.

Especially when comparing it to buying a ROM dumper. Definitely cheaper to just replace batteries. :p
 
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