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Game Boy Advance

Wireless Messenger

Majesco jumps the gun on the DS's social features by introducing their own program on GBA. While it may be limited by not having a touch screen, it should be cool nonetheless.

Majesco's impressive product specs:

  • Compatible with both Game Boy Advance and Game Boy Advance SP

  • Exchange messages with individuals or groups. Chat in real-time with friends or in private.

  • Long range of up to 3-miles in open settings and several blocks in cities

  • No monthly service fees or additional charges for wireless access

  • Simple user interface with a virtual on-screen keypad for text input

  • Emoticons and other buddy icons let you customize Wireless Messenger

  • Fast charging internal battery port is compatible with the standard GBA SP battery charger or trickle charge when installed into a GBA that is turned on

  • Operates for up to 1 week on a charge

  • Audible message received alert when plugged into a GBA Messenger that is turned on

  • Can receive and store up to 1500 messages even when not plugged into the GBA

  • Two-way protocol will automatically retry message delivery

  • Message sender can request confirmation of successful message delivery

  • Users can uniquely name units; these names are then reported in a group query which allows users to see what units are online

  • Multiple channels allows users to select the clearest channel to form a group on

  • Frequency hopping, spread spectrum radio automatically avoids interference

  • Small size that includes an internal antenna

  • Genre
    Developer Majesco

    Worldwide Releases

    na: Wireless Messenger
    Release Oct 01, 2004
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