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  • February 10th, 2018

    by Published on February 10th, 2018 22:08
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    2. Retro Consoles/Translation News

    Im a massive fan of emulation across many systems and heres some awesome news of a ultra small gaming system, heres the news:

    Meet PocketSprite

    PocketSprite is an ultraportable gaming and emulation console. It’s been engineered to be highly playable, easy to use, easy to update, and designed to let you pick up where you left off, and put it down again.

    For Gamers: Relive Retro Gaming in Your Pocket

    If you spent all your pocket-money on AA batteries, dreamed of falling blocks, or have a soft spot in your heart for rectangular controllers, PocketSprite is for you. Throw on your favorite games in a click and fill in the otherwise wasted moments of your daily transit.

    For Hardware Hackers: An Open Source Dev Platform

    PocketSprite is a great gaming console in a tiny package, but look under the hood and it’s so much more. It’s an open source, mature development platform that features a full-color, high-contrast OLED screen, sound, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, storage, and an internal rechargeable battery, all wrapped in a beautifully crafted yet rugged ABS case. PocketSprite’s open source toolchain and robust bootloader make development a snap. Say goodbye to re-inventing the wheel. Say adieu to bricking and JTAG angst. Say hello to rapid development on your favorite new hardware device.

    For Coders: Write Games & Participate in Our Coding Challenge

    If you have a hankering to write games you can play and share on a real system, you’ll love PocketSprite. Or, if you fancy your hand at coding challenges, you can participate in the PocketSprite coding challenge and perhaps walk away with the €1000 prize!



    Give It to Me Short and Sweet

    1. Very tiny – fits on your keychain, but still totally playable
    2. Plays all Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Sega Master System, and Game Gear games
    3. Instant resume let’s you pick up a game exactly where you left off
    4. One-click-upload via Wi-Fi for new games / software / updates
    5. Rechargeable battery gives hours of gameplay per charge
    6. High-quality build with tactile buttons and adjustable volume and brightness
    7. Printed instruction sheet and embossed collector’s storage box
    8. Open source software and hardware: https://github.com/PocketSprite
    9. Powerful, ESP32-based hardware development platform
    10. PocketSprite Coding Challenge: code something cool, win the €1000 prize money

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