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- All Generation I games have Super Game Boy enhanced features. In addition, whenever the Japanese Red, Green, and Blue or the America Red and Blue are played through the Game Boy Tower features in the Stadium games, all of these enhancements are present in the emulation. Odds are the colors on the sprites in question are taken from these enhanced features.
- Yellow does appear to maintain its Game Boy Color features when played in Game Boy Tower, but does use its Super Game Boy border. In addition, the Generation II games Gold and Silver (but not Crystal) also feature Super Game Boy enhancements, but contribute only its SGB borders to Game Boy Tower; Game Boy Tower appears to emulate the games as they would on a GBC as opposed to an SGB. (The reason Crystal doesn't have Super Game Boy enhancements is because it's a Type III game pak, and the Super Game Boy can only play Type I and Type II game paks, primarily due to being a counterpart to the original monochrome Game Boy.) --Shiningpikablu252 04:11, 19 April 2009 (UTC)
Gen I takes place at the same time as Gen III?
What factual evidence have we been given to support this?