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Play thousands of classic games with this portable console

This open-source gaming console allows you to play and create games on the go, and it’s over 25 percent off.
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September 26, 2019
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Video games have come a long way since their humble inception. Thanks to increasingly powerful graphics, it's now possible for gamers to lose themselves in stunningly realistic environments while joining forces with players from across the globe.

But when it comes to truly great video games, it's true that the classics never fade. The GameShell Kit: Open Source Portable Game Console lets you play thousands of classic games with a modular portable console, and you'll even be able to program your own games as well, all for just $143.

Perfect for avid gamers and on-the-go developers, this supremely portable console allows you to play thousands of retro games from Atari, GB, GBA, NES, MAME, MD, PS1, and various other historic platforms.

Also available in red or yellow, each GameShell device comes with pre-installed Cave Story, Freedom, and a variety of other indie games, and you'll be able to use programming languages like C, Python, Lua, and LISP in order to modify the games or create new ones from scratch.

You'll even be able to use the GameShell as a mini computer by connecting it via a mini-HDMI cord to your TV.

Combine your love of gaming and development with a GameShell Kit: Open Source Portable Game Console for just $143—over 25 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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