Game Boy Advance
Game Boy Advance SP
The Game Boy Advance SP features a clamshell design and a front-lit screen, unlike the original Game Boy Advance. It also has a rechargeable battery within it; it does not operate using AA batteries. The title's "SP" is an abbreviation of "Special", similar to how the "DS" of Nintendo DS is short for "Dual Screen".
Game Boy Micro
The Game Boy Micro, branded as Game Boy micro, is the third design of the Game Boy Advance. Given it being four inches wide, two inches tall, less than an inch deep, and weighing 2.8 ounces, it is smaller and lighter than any other Game Boy system. The Game Boy micro has a slightly smaller screen than that of the previous two Game Boy Advances, but it retains the screen resolution (240 by 160 pixels). It is not backwards compatible, unlike the other two Game Boy Advances. This handheld also has an adjustable backlight, like with the SP.
The Game Boy Advance has two cancelled games: Diddy Kong Pilot and Donkey Kong Coconut Crackers. The former was cancelled because Nintendo deemed the game as "substandard", while the latter was cancelled because Rare moved to Microsoft in 2002. The system's only original Donkey Kong title is DK: King of Swing, and remakes of Donkey Kong Country, Donkey Kong Country 2, and Donkey Kong Country 3's were released on this handheld.