GameShell open source handheld game console not only lets you enjoy your favorite retro games, but also allows you to cerate your own games and mods. And multiple modules bring you personalized gaming experience.
The GameShell is an innovative and versatile retro handheld game console that weighs 1.5 pounds. With a lightweight and pocket-friendly design, you can effortlessly take it with you anywhere you go. Meanwhile, the transparent black back shows off internal components for a stylish and pretty cool look.
The handheld game console features a GNU/Linux embedded operating system so that you can use it to play various retro video games from Atari, GB, GBA, NES, MAME, MD, PS1 and other historic consoles. And it comes with pre-installed the Cave Story, Freedom and indie games.
Furthermore, GameShell supports programming languages such as Preset C, Python, Lua, JS and LISP, so you can modify pre-existing titles or even build new games as you wish.
Using included modules, you can customize your GameShell to fit your preference, and the 2.7″ RGB screen and 2-channel stereo speaker allow for a comfortable mobile gaming experience. Moreover, its micro HDMI port allows it to connect with an HDTV for large-screen gaming. When connecting with your keyboard and mouse via OTG or Bluetooth, the portable game console even serves as a pocket Linux computer.
GameShell open source modular handheld game console is priced at $159 USD. If you’re interested, jump to the product page for its more details.