The legacy of retro gaming lives on, thanks to the use of modern hardware and emulators to bridge the gap between the past and the present. While Tindie plays host to many different designs, there’s nothing quite like the portability of a Game Boy Pocket form factor.
From the makers of the Gaboze Pocaio, comes the Retro ESP32. The kit comes as a fully assembled PCB with a 2.6-inch LCD, USB port, brightness and volume control, power LED, heaphone jack, audio amp, and even speaker capability.
The pre-installed firmware is a base version that lets you run any of your other applications. Those who are looking to installer emulators can also find instructions on the store page.
The Retro ESP32 supports eleven different emulators as well, ranging from the Game Boy to the Atari 7800. The main board comes fully assembled and soldered, so the only thing you will need is a LiPo battery, an SD card for storing your games, and a Game Boy Pocket Shell to give it that finalized look.