This is a Nintendo Game Boy MGB-007 Printer (ONLY) In Excellent Condition and Working Order. ALL ORIGINAL. Please note test print - looks perfect!
According to this Web Site, (http://www.gamefaqs.com/portable/gbadvance/file/916598/34105), this printer is compatible with the following Game Boy models:
DMG - The Original Game Boy design, short for "Dot Matrix Graphics"
MGB - Product code for Game Boy Pocket or Game Boy Light
GBA - Game Boy Advance
GBC - Game Boy Color
GBP - Game Boy Player for GameCube
SGB2 - Super Game Boy 2 for Super NES
SP - Game Boy Advance SP
The Game Boy Printer (Pocket Printer in Japan) is a thermal printer accessory released by Nintendo in 1998. Nintendo ceased manufacture in 2003. The Game Boy Printer is compatible with the Game Boy, Game Boy Pocket, and Game Boy Color systems and is designed to be used in conjunction with the Game Boy Camera. It also prints images from compatible late-generation Game Boy and Game Boy Color games (listed below). It runs on six AA batteries and uses a special 3.8 cm wide thermal paper with adhesive backing called Game Boy Printer Paper. One package of printer paper came with three rolls, including one roll of white paper, one roll of pale yellow paper, and one roll of pale blue paper. In Japan, a bright yellow Pokémon version of the Game Boy Printer was released which featured a Poké Ball-style feed button.
At one point, Amazon sold a CD-ROM with a parallel port cable for connecting a Game Boy to a PC and using a regular computer printer to print Game Boy Camera photos and pictures from compatible Game Boy games. This cable has since been discontinued, but hobbyists can still make their own cable for uploading images to their computer. A Game Boy Printer emulator is needed for the Game Boy to interface with the PC once linked via cable. The Game Boy Printer Paper has also been discontinued, and rolls of the real thing which still produce a reliable image are getting harder to find. However, regular thermal paper, such as the kind used for POS terminals can be cut to the proper width and used successfully with the Game Boy Printer.
The system will print a test message reading "Hello!" if it is turned on while the feed button is held. According to the manual, this is used to test if the printer is functioning properly.
Games with Game Boy Printer support:
Alice in Wonderland
Austin Powers: Oh, Behave!
Austin Powers: Welcome to My Underground Lair!
Cardcaptor Sakura: Itsumo Sakura-chan to Issho!
Cardcaptor Sakura: Tomoe Shōgakkō Daiundōkai
Donkey Kong Country
E.T.: Digital Companion
Fisher-Price Rescue Heroes: Fire Frenzy
Game Boy Camera
Harvest Moon 2
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX
The Little Mermaid 2: Pinball Frenzy
Mary-Kate and Ashley Pocket Planner
Mickey's Racing Adventure
Mickey's Speedway USA
Pokémon Gold and Silver
Pokémon Trading Card Game
Pokémon Yellow: Special Pikachu Edition
Quest for Camelot
Super Mario Bros. Deluxe
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2