Game Boy Gallery

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This article is about the European and Australian exclusive Game & Watch collection Game Boy game. For the Japanese version of the same name, see Game & Watch Gallery.
Game Boy Gallery
Game Boy Gallery Cover.jpg
Developer(s) Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Game Boy
Release date Game Boy
UK April 27, 1995
Australia 1995
Genre Platformer
PEGI:PEGI 3.svg - Three years and older
ACB:ACB G.svg - General
Mode(s) Single player
Game Boy:
Media GB icon.png Cartridge
Game Boy:
The title screen

Game Boy Gallery is a collection of games originally released on Nintendo's Game & Watch, for the Game Boy. The game is the first game in the Game & Watch Gallery series, but it differentiates from the other games in the series in that there are neither Classic nor Modern modes. Rather, there is one mode with graphics similar to that of Modern Mode (though without Mario characters), but the gameplay is that of Classic Mode. The games feature nameless individuals as the main characters. Four sequels followed Game Boy Gallery: Game & Watch Gallery, Game & Watch Gallery 2, Game & Watch Gallery 3, and Game & Watch Gallery 4.

Mini-games (Classic Version)[edit]

Game Boy Gallery Main.png
Game Select
Game Description
Ball Juggle the balls as long as you can. If you drop a single ball, it's Game Over.
Vermin Moles are coming up from the ground and attacking your plants. Position your mallets over them when they're up, and smash them to a pulp.
Flagman In Game A, copy the pattern shown by Flagman. After copying the pattern correctly, another step is added for the next round. In Game B, Flagman only shows one number; however, the time to react to this number shortens over time.
Manhole Pedestrians are walking back and forth over a hole-filled floor, forcing the player to block the holes with a manhole cover in order to prevent the others from falling through.
Cement Factory Your mission in the cement factory is to open doors to prevent cement containers from overflowing. To get to the different containers, navigate across moving platforms.



+Control Pad (left and right): Move

B Button and A Button: Move left or right


+Control Pad (left and right): Move

B Button and A Button: Move left or right


+Control Pad (up): 1

+Control Pad (right): 2

+Control Pad (down): 3

+Control Pad (left): 4


+Control Pad: Move

A Button: Diagonal

Cement Factory[edit]

+Control Pad (left and right): Move

A Button: Open



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  • Despite the fact that Mario's Cement Factory is in the game, it is simply called Cement Factory and the character is the random person from the other games rather than Mario.
  • This game's version of Flagman was later reused in Wario Land II for Flagman D-D.
  • The Game & Watch Gallery series is called the Game Boy Gallery series in Japan. However, despite Europe using the North American name for the games after this game, Australia kept the name. Thus, Game & Watch Gallery is called the same name in North America and Europe, but Japan called it Game Boy Gallery and Australia called it Game Boy Gallery 2. It was like this up until Game & Watch Gallery 4, which wasn't released in Japan and called Game & Watch Gallery Advance in Australia.