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jsGB9-Aug-2010 03:34
docs9-Oct-2010 22:59
code-examples13-Feb-2011 09:38
gbtools5-Mar-2011 19:55
misc28-Jun-2013 04:05
gbdev20149-Jul-2014 21:55
schematics29-Aug-2014 05:31
modding3-Sep-2014 16:56
readme.txt3-Sep-2014 17:01731 B
roms9-Dec-2014 02:39
musictools18-Oct-2016 22:05
gboroms7-Jun-2019 10:10
logicdumps7-Jun-2019 10:32
tools29-Sep-2019 19:50
music6-Dec-2022 02:33

You're browsing the directory / of the Gameboy development file hub, maintained by nitro2k01. This is a place dedicated to providing old and new documents, freeware utilities and ROMs, related to the topics of Gameboy development and Gameboy music making. We also aim to provide mirrors of old and abandoned sites, even those that have vanished from the face of the Web, if copies are availble. Feel free to browse around.

If a folder has a "readme" file, it is displayed below.

Navigation: Gameboy development blog - Gameboy development wiki - Gameboy development forum - community

If you wish to link to something in the archive, please link to the directory rather than directly to the file. Hotlinking is blocked. If you want to add a file to the archive, or just say something about the project, feel free to leave a comment here.

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Folder structure: * docs - Documents relating to Gameboy development and hardware. Also see the wiki at * gbdev2014 - Entries in the GB dev 2014 competition. * gboroms - Fixed example ROMs for use with grant's "GameBoy Online" * gbtools - Special purpose Gameboy applications. * jsGB - A working instance of jsGB by Imran Nazar. * logicdumps - Logic analyzer dumps, made by scarboy * mGB - Special versions of mGB with support for multiple MIDI channels. * modding - Resource for Gameboy console modders. * musictools - Gameboy music tools. * schematics - Currently only sporting DMG-rolf * tools - Gameboy development tools. * readme.txt - This file :)
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