AP -- Ok, so you're tired of the game in your Game Boy Advance.
You may soon be able to make it more challenging -- simply by turning on your television set.
Bob Sanderson with Veil Interactive says all you'd need to do is point the Game Boy Advance at your set. Within a few seconds, he says, your game would contain new elements -- new enemies, new weapons and new allies.
These elements arrive inside your Game Boy Advance thanks to a cartridge attached to the system. The elements would be plucked from participating television programs -- whether it be cartoons or game shows.
He says it's even possible whole games could be downloaded from your T-V.
The cartridge that makes it all possible will retail for about 20 bucks.