This week on the Plug and Play podcast, we talked about the Arduboy, a game system the size of a credit card. You can create your own games, learn to program or download from a library of open source games for free.
I backed this tiny Gameboy-looking console on Kickstarter, and I’ve been having a lot of fun with it. Despite it’s small size, it feels sturdy and the buttons are very responsive. Downloading games isn’t too hard using a micro-USB cord and a free software loader. A lot of great games have been developed by TEAMarg, and there are some good community games as well. So far, my favorite is Virus LQP-79