In recent years, I've learned that the Super Game Boy peripheral for the SNES did not run Game Boy games at the exact right speed; they were slightly faster.
Now I'm worrying that the same (or something similar) goes for the Game Boy Color playing Game Boy games.
Since I just paid a lot of money for a Game Boy Color (with a new screen and parts, but the original hardware inside), and I will be playing many Game Boy games on it as well as Game Boy Color games, I'd like to know if its simulation of Game Boy is really 100% perfect.
I had a GBC back in the day, and tried old GB games on it, but I can hardly use my foggy memory to determine how well they played. Frankly, I might not even be able to tell the difference in speed even with the Super Game Boy (it's been a while since I tried that). But I'm still interested in just how exact it simulated the original GB.
I don't think it "emulates" anything, but rather has the "GB on a chip". But I don't really know.
I've been unable to find any comments about this online prior to asking.