A mini open-source game system you can program yourself 👾

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Ryan HooverHunterPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Like an open-source, affordable Gameboy. This arduino device was originally raised $433k on Kickstarter, now available to purchase at $49. Devices like this will inspire a large number of kids to learn to program and make games.
Patrick Thompson
Patrick Thompson@neurohacked
@rrhoover $49 for something that looks like it can easily be lost, or crushed by anyone with big hands is affordable?
Ryan HooverHunterPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@neurohacked a subjective word but for an all-in-one device you can program and play games on, it's not bad.
André Filgueira Simões
André Filgueira Simões@oandre · Product Manager at Sprinklr
@rrhoover Nice project. One question, it has battery or must be always plugged into an USB?
Esben Hardenberg
Esben Hardenberg@esbenhardenberg · Everything @ MemeMaker
@oandre it has a thin film battery good for several hours. I have one and think the quality is really good on the product.
André Filgueira Simões
André Filgueira Simões@oandre · Product Manager at Sprinklr
@esbenhardenberg Oh, nice! I can imagine me playing pokemon or automating my house and "playing" with it :)
sri@sridhar_kondoji · No Fluff Just Stuff skills tracker
Awesome. Just bought one from the site. Thx
Amrith Shanbhag@amrith · Community at Product Hunt & Feathrd
Wish someone makes Pokemon available on this. Welcome back childhood.
James Futhey
James Futhey@futhey · Product Design Consultant
Saw this on Kickstarter– Really awesome project! Very cool holiday gift for anyone learning to tinker or program.
Levi Bostian
Levi Bostian@levibostian · Indie Android & iOS developer.
This is super, super sweet. I have seen projects like this before, but this got my attention because open source, I can keep it in my pocket, and you program for it. Absolutely love it!!! On my Christmas list..