Game Boy Advance
The Game Boy Advance is a 32-bit handheld system created by Nintendo and released in 2001. It is both the first handheld and the first non-Sony console that a Spyro game was released on. In 2003, the system had an updated model, the Game Boy Advance SP, which is notable for its inclusion of a backlit screen.
Four Spyro games were released for the Game Boy Advance, one of which was a crossover title with the Crash Bandicoot franchise.