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|release = 1999 <small>(WonderSwan)</small>, 2000 <small>(WonderSwan Color)</small>, 2002 <small>(Swan Crystal)</small>
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|release = 1999 <small>(WonderSwan)</small><br/>2000 <small>(WonderSwan Color)</small><br/>2002 <small>(Swan Crystal)</small>
 
|discontinued = 2003 <small>(WonderSwan)</small>
 
|discontinued = 2003 <small>(WonderSwan)</small>
 
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Revision as of 02:00, 13 December 2018

Bandai WonderSwan/Color
WonderSwan-Black-Left.jpg
WonderSwan-Color-Blue-Left.jpg
WonderSwanCrystal.png
Top: The WonderSwan.
Middle: The WonderSwan Color.
Bottom: The Swan Crystal.
Developer Bandai
Type Handheld game console
Generation Fifth generation
Release date 1999 (WonderSwan)
2000 (WonderSwan Color)
2002 (Swan Crystal)
Discontinued 2003 (WonderSwan)
Emulated

The WonderSwan, WonderSwan Color and Swan Crystal is the fifth-generation handheld game consoles produced by Bandai in 1999 and later. It is the brainchild of Game Boy/Color creator, Gunpei Yokoi. There were three versions eventually released: A black-and-white version, a color version, and a Crystal version with an improved screen.

Emulators

Name Operating System(s) Latest Version Libretro Core Active WS WSC Recommended
PC
Mednafen Multi-platform 1.23.0 UNSTABLE
higan Multi-platform v106
BizHawk Windows 2.3.2
Cygne Windows 2.1a
MAME Multi-platform 0.214
Oswan Windows 1.7.3
Xe Windows, Linux 2.16.2