Fuzebox DIY 8-bit Gaming Console

by Isaiah on March 11, 2009



Fuzebox DIY 8-bit Gaming Console

Ever dream of creating your own video games and demos? Thanks to this open source gaming system ‘Fuzebox’, with some knowledge of the C programming language you’ll have the chance to create your own 8-bit video game. The Fuzebox is based on the open source Uzebox project, it provides you with a ready-to-go kit that features 256 output colors at a 240×224 resolution, NTSC RCA and S-video out and two player ports that work with either an NES or SNES controller. Each game will be written in the C programming language on your computer, once you done you can transfer it via a USB cable to the Fuzebox. It also includes an emulator so you can test your games out on your PC before you put them on the Fuzebox. The system is available in two variants: a basic starter kit for $70 and a complete starter kit with a controller, power adapter and a costum enclosure for $100. [GeekyGadgets]

Fuzebox DIY 8-bit Gaming Console

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