LOOK: This DIY Retro Handheld Console Lets You Make Your Own Video Games

If you want to take your gaming to a whole new level, why not try creating your own? This retro gaming console called the GameShell lets you build your own device and develop your own games. It is Open source, meaning it is completely hackable. It can also run thousands of classic games from Atari, NES, GB, and GBA among others.

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The package includes everything you need to start building your own handheld console–assembly instructions, ClockworkPi mainboard, battery, SD card, and keypad to name a few.

Don’t worry if you’re not yet well-versed when it comes to computer languages. There is an available community where you can ask for advice and read tutorials. You can visit the community here – https://forum.clockworkpi.com. This can also be a fun way to get into programming.

If you’re starting to make plans on creating the next hit video game, GameShell retails for $159 (around Php 8,000) and can be bought at Clockwork’s website – www.clockworkpi.com.

What do you think about building your own handheld console? Let us know your thoughts by commenting below!


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