The GameGadget features a D-pad, four face buttons, start, select and reset buttons, and two shoulder buttons
The GameGadget shares a similarity to the bottom half of a Nintendo DS
The GameGadget sports a 3.5-inch 16-bit color LCD display
The GameGadget is a mobile gaming console designed for classic games titles
The GameGadget packaging
It wasn’t so long ago that the mobile gaming space was dominated by Nintendo and Sony. While both companies continue to stake a claim for the mobile gaming pie with the release of their latest handhelds – the 3DS and PlayStation Vita – dedicated mobile gaming consoles have been under serious fire from smartphones in recent years. But that hasn’t stopped a UK-based company entering the arena with the GameGadget – an open source console designed to let fans get their hands on classic games titles.
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