The Game Boy Camera remains one of Nintendo's most unique and interesting pieces of hardware the company has ever released. Part game, part camera, and part experiment, the Game Boy Camera was definitely ahead of its time in numerous ways. The accessory remains popular to this day, with fans finding new ways to push it to its limits.
Case in point, this creation by Karolina Twardosz. Karolina managed to create a point-and-click adventure using the Game Boy Camera software, and it's all thanks to the Hot-Spot feature. Hot-Spot allows you to place invisible buttons on images, and when they're clicked, they bring up another image. That simple feature paved the way for Attack of the Fluff Monster, the point-and-click adventure you can see above.