Gameling (Game Boy)

Company: Ninvento
Best Audience: Young
License Cost: 50K
Development Cost: 30K
Release dates for a playtime of
30 Years 35 Years 42 Years
Y3 M9 W2  Y4 M2 W4  Y4 M10 W2
Discontinue dates for a playtime of
30 Years 35 Years 42 Years
Y14 M4 W2  Y16 M6 W4  Y19 M8 W1

The Gameling is an 8-bit handheld video game device developed and manufactured by Ninvento. It is the second release by the company, after its release of its hugely successful home gaming console, the TES. It is the first handheld console to be released in-game. The Gameling's main competitor is the Vena Gear by Vena. Despite the Vena Gear being a technologically superior handheld console, the Gameling is much more successful, having a high marketshare throughout the majority of its lifetime.It Does not Support Large Games.

Industry News Edit

"Today, Ninvento has announced that they will introduce a portable gaming device called Gameling. The device comes with changeable game cartridges, a monochrome screen on a green background, built-in speakers and even multiplayer support via a connection cable. Compared to PCs and other gaming consoles the Gameling is underpowered but given the lower cost and excellent portability it might find a huge following. The Gameling is said to hit shelves next month."


  • The Game Boy was not the first handheld system by Nintendo. It was the first to have its own game library, but Nintendo had already created the Game & Watch series of LCD handheld games, which were created by Gunpei Yokoi, who also created the Game Boy.
  • It also goes well with Fantasy RPGs because of Pokemon. Its also wise to have 2D Graphics Lvl.2 for the Gameling.

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