List of Virtual Boy Demos

List Of Virtual Boy Demos

Due to the Virtual Boy's short life span, there were few games made for the system. Because of that fact, technology demonstrations for the Virtual Boy have become a valuable resource for seeing what the Virtual Boy could have become.

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... Dolphin Demo This demo shows a small group of dolphins swimming around at a beach ... Driving Demo Driving Demo is one of the more advanced demos, its 30-second clip showed a first-person view of driving by road signs and palm trees ... This demo was shown on E3 and CES in 1995 ...

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