It’s only been a few weeks since Analogue released a glow-in-the-dark Pocket console, but the manufacturer is already gearing up for yet another limited edition launch that could evoke memories of your youth. Analogue will start selling transparent Pockets, which are reminiscent of clear Game Boy Color consoles, on September 29 at 8 AM PT/11 AM ET.
You will have seven transparent colors to choose from: clear, smoke, red, blue, orange, green and purple. The retro gaming console will set you back $250 each — that means they cost $30 more than the basic versions, which are out of stock at the moment. These consoles are only available in limited quantities, though, and Analogue told us that they will never be sold again. If you’re interested, you may want to online at the exact time the model will be available to check out, because the glow-in-the-dark edition sold out in mere minutes.
Analogue’s Pocket handheld can play Game Boy and Game Boy Advance cartridges out of the box and even support original accessories for the Nintendo console. You can also connect it directly to a Game Boy if you still have one for multiplayer gaming. But Game Boy cartridges aren’t the only ones you can play again with a Pocket: Analogue also sells Game Gear adapters, so you can relive your ’90s gaming experience. TurboGrafx, Neo Geo and Lynx adapters were also announced a long time ago, and will likely arrive one day… one day.