I wrote about a renaissance of interest in Game Boy games and development earlier this year. Like many children of the 90s, I have fond memories of the Game Boy and some of its iconic games. I have written extensively about my memories of Pokémon from its initial burst of popularity in 1998 and 1999. That knowledge led to my writing a research article that is among our most-read posts of 2022. I had thought about investing in an Analogue Pocket to rekindle the Game Boy magic, but I found a cheaper (and perhaps better for my use-case) solution: the GB Operator. It is a USB device that allows for playing Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance games on a computer. Importantly for me, the associated GB Operator app is available for Linux as an appimage. I just ordered one – I look forward to trying it and reviewing it here at The New Leaf Journal when it arrives.