Game Boy Pocket Sonar
The Game Boy Pocket Sonar is a peripheral for the Nintendo Game Boy made by Bandai that used sonar to locate fish up to 20 meters (65 feet) underwater for the sport of fishing and contained a fishing mini-game. It was released in Japan in 1998, but never internationally. It holds the record for being the first sonar-enabled gaming accessory. The device retailed for 14,800 yen.
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