A new gameboy version of the Nintendo Gameboy Color is out and the new game has a brand new eye color that you might not have expected to see on a classic color gameboy game.
Game Boy Color eye color can range from dark red to light brown to orange to purple and purple-tinted, according to a recent study published in the journal Nature.
The new eye colors, however, don’t necessarily match the color of the gameboy cartridge or the game’s game hardware.
The researchers compared the eye colors of the new Gameboy Eye Color with those of the original Gameboy color, which was released in 1989.
The new Gameboys eye colors have a lot in common with what you might expect of a game on the original, but the eye color on the new version has a lot of distinct differences, the study found.
The researchers compared five different eye colors in the new Color Gameboy with those in the original.
They found that the eye-color differences were “significantly more pronounced” than those between the Gameboy cartridge and the original version.
The eye color differences were even more pronounced in darker shades of red, and the eye differences were especially pronounced in lighter shades of green and purple.
The eye colors also differed substantially between different color versions of the Gameboys game, including the Color Color and Color Color Color.
The Color Color had the most distinct eye colors and the most significant eye differences compared to other versions of Gameboy.
Color Color is a color scheme of the NES game, released in the late 1980s and 1990s.
Its primary color is yellow.
Color Gameboy is a palette of three color-scheme colors that is similar to the NES Color Color, but its primary color isn’t yellow.
It is green, and its primary palette is gray.
The Gameboy colors were created in collaboration between Nintendo, a company that produces games for video game consoles, and Philips, which produces color chips.
Gameboy Color and Gameboy GameColor are color schemes of the two original GameBoy Color games.
Both versions had the same primary color, but Gameboy was a color that was created specifically for the game, and Color GameBoy is a “different color scheme that is closer to the original color scheme for the original game,” according to the researchers.
The difference in color scheme between Color Gameboys Color and the Color Gamebooks Color and color chips was notable, they said.
The study didn’t examine the effects of the color change on eye color.
However, they did find that the eyes of people with congenital cataracts had more blue eyes, and that those with macular degeneration had more red eyes, according the study.
“The findings provide evidence that there are color-modifying effects of color changes on vision and vision disorders,” said lead author Dr. Jonathan Pritchard, an optometrist at the University of California, San Francisco.
The Color Color gameboy is available for pre-order for $199, but it will be available on October 21, the same day as the new Nintendo GameBoy Classic Color.