Clockwork GameShell might seem overpriced as a retro game console, but it’s actually a nice gaming device when you are into DIY scene, modding, making your own games. It’s an open source portable retro game console that provides with freedom and indie games, you can enjoy retro games from NES, GBA, GB, Atari, PS1, or any other historic consoles. You can also create your own games and mods, GameShell supports unique programming languages such as Python, Lua, JS, Preset C, and LISP. You can choose to modify pre-existing titles or just create new games as you wish. There are amazing users on GameShell forums that would teach you a lot of stuff, the advanced Clockwork OS is based on Debian 9ARMhf and Linux 4.1x, and navigating Linux system isn’t really that hard.
GameShell Retro Game Console features powerful Clockwork Pi development board with Wi-Fi, CPU, and PMU Chip. It has substantial capacity power that allows you to create your own DIY wireless speakers, make smart toys that interacts with Lego blocks, or program a custom remove for device control. That cool big screen gaming can be downsized on Linux computer or you can also connect a GameShell device to any modern screen via micro HDMI port to enjoy “large scale” TV gaming. Featuring 2 channel stereo speaker, 2.7-inch [email protected], 16GB microSD card, and 1200mAh rechargeable battery, GameShell is a fun retro game console with learning experience, you can share unique ideas with users around the world in the Clockwork community forum.