No mater you like playing retro games or developing games, you will get lots of fun from GameShell open source modular handheld gaming console. Curious? Let’s keep checking.
The GameShell is a well-designed handheld gaming device that consists of multiple independent modules including screen, mainboard, battery, keypad, stereo speaker and more. As we can see from the images, the gaming device sports a pocket-friendly design that allows you to easily take it anywhere with you.
The modular handheld gaming console uses Linux OS, so every game published on it will be free, open-source and modifiable. Furthermore, you can also add emulators into your GameShell in order to play numerous classic video games from Game Boy, NES and other console. Like programming? No problem, the handheld game console supports multiple programming languages including preset C, Python, Lua and LISP, so you can freely modify games or create your own games.
Moreover, the modular game console works as STEM portable console that allows you to achieve various projects using the modulars such as creating a wireless speaker, remote control and more.
The team behind GameShell has raised enough fund for the product via Kickstarter, but we can still preorder it by pledging $89 USD. It will be shipped in April 2018 as planned.