Nintendo has, until this day, refused to grant license to third parties for their gamut of games. One mobile phone company named Fly mobile, however, came out with the MC100 — an entertainment-themed handset which you can use to play SNES, Game Boy Color, Game Boy, and NES games. In short, it might only be able to play old-school titles. Being geared towards gaming, the phone is equipped with
gaming keys and a joystick. The Fly Mobile MC100 also features a Yamaha chipset for high-quality audio, built-in ebook and email client functions, 240Ð“â€”320 pixel resolution TFT display, built-in multimedia player, 3.5 mm adaptor, a microSD card, and a two-megapixel camera. If you’re wondering where you can get those Nintendo games; according to the source, the “Games (nes/smc/gb/gbc) can be freele (sic) downloaded frim (sic) Internet” — which makes us all wonder if it’s legal in the first place. The Fly MC100 is now available on the market for US$270.