Fuzebox is an open source 8-bit gaming console based on the Uzebox project, it comes in the form of a kit which contains everything you need for some 8-bit DIY gaming.
The Fuzebox can display games in 256 colours at a 240 x 224 resolution and it has a built in RCA and S-Video ports so you can play your games on any monitor.
The Fuzebox works with either an NES or SNES controller, and games can be written in the C programming language, it also comes with an emulator so you can test your games out on your PC before you put them on the Fuzebox.
The basic kit is available for $70, or you can go for the full kit which comes with a controller, enclosure and a power adpater for $100, available from Adafruit.
via TechnabobFiled Under: Cool Mods, Gadgets News, Gaming News