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The practice of bundling the system along with select games helped to make Super Mario Bros. In 1988, Gunpei Yokoi and his team at Nintendo R&D1 conceived the new Game Boy handheld system, with the purpose of merging the two very successful ideas of the Game & Watch's portability along with the NES's cartridge interchangeability.Nintendo released the Game Boy in Japan on 21 April 1989, and in North America on 31 July 1989.He then acquired the license to use Disney characters on playing cards to drive sales. The company then began to experiment in other areas of business using newly injected capital during the period of time between 19. It also set up a love hotel chain, a TV network, a food company (selling instant rice) and several other ventures.In 1963, Yamauchi renamed Nintendo Playing Card Co. In 1966, Nintendo moved into the Japanese toy industry with the Ultra Hand, an extendable arm developed by its maintenance engineer Gunpei Yokoi in his free time.Based on a 16-bit processor, Nintendo boasted significantly superior hardware specifications of graphics, sound, and game speed over the original 8-bit Famicom.The system was also said to have backwards compatibility with Famicom games, though this feature was ultimately cut upon release.

While the Laser Clay Shooting System ranges had to be shut down following excessive costs, Nintendo had found a new market.

Despite some successful products, Nintendo struggled to meet the fast development and manufacturing turnaround required in the toy market, and fell behind the well-established companies such as Bandai and Tomy.

In 1973, its focus shifted to family entertainment venues with the Laser Clay Shooting System, using the same light gun technology used in Nintendo's Kousenjuu series of toys, and set up in abandoned bowling alleys.

Proven to be popular, the design was patented by Nintendo.

It later earned a Technology & Engineering Emmy Award.