Need inspiration for your own hardware project? Look no more! A good friend of mine, Tekkaman_Slade “frankensteined” a Raspberry Pi Zero with an old Gameboy Advanced to create the NeoPiGamer. It’s brilliant! It’s got a fantastic glimmer paint job! I love it! So, click the image below to get details on the project. (Instead of reprinting his post here, I’m linking to it, so you can get the benefit of the ideas posted by commenters from the Retro Pi forums.) Game on!
From my friend and fellow gamer, Greyfield: As I’m sure I’ve shared with all of you, I’ve been working on a Final Fantasy (NES) rebalance hack. Well, I’ve finally reached a stopping point with it after working on it for hundreds of hours over five years. Fingers-crossed it doesn’t suck, and that there aren’t too […]
I game…a lot, maybe TOO much sometimes. I game on the PC, on my phone, on the tabletop, on my tablet, and even occasionally, on consoles (usually when a title entices me). Each device satisfies a different entertainment need. In particular, I find gaming on the phone to be especially useful for when I need […]
You can call me Mayor. I’m the mayor of a beautiful island “mini metropolis” aptly named Muertos Glen. Isn’t it just beautiful? In fact, I’ve just bulldozed some commercial businesses to add more residential zones, so there’s plenty of room for you to move in. Seriously, I need workers! I just opened up a sewage […]