Designers and developers that are interested in creating their own video games might be interested in a new device called the DuinoCube which has launched over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website and is completely hackable.
The DuinoCube has been designed by Simon Que based in San Jose California and is a portable gaming platform that can be used to develop your own games and is compatible with Uno, Mega and Esplora.
Que explains a little more about his retro games console :“DuinoCube makes it easy to start developing your games on DuinoCube using the Arduino editor. It features a powerful video and audio engine, SD card and USB support, and open-source customization.
With DuinoCube hardware on top, your Arduino becomes a retro gaming system with the capabilities of classic game systems like the SNES and Gameboy Advance. DuinoCube is highly portable so you can show your friends the games you’ve made.
DuinoCube prototyping is done. Now it is time for production with the support of the Kickstarter community. To keep costs down, I need a large volume of orders.”
So if you think DuinoCube is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help DuinoCube become a reality.