It looks like something out of a science fiction movie, but this tiny Game Boy is actually the world’s smallest game console. It was created by engineer Seamus Blackley, who wanted to combine the nostalgia of classic handheld gaming with modern technology. The result is a unique and functional device that has been turning heads and sparking conversations across the globe.
Blackley designed this minuscule Game Boy with the original console in mind, complete with an LCD display, directional pad and A and B buttons. It even includes two joysticks for a more interactive experience. The hand-crafted, palm-sized gaming system weighs less than 4 ounces – significantly lighter than some of today’s popular gaming devices!
The exterior has been recreated to match the original model as much as possible. Blackley even included his own stamp on one side of the device – making it personalized and one-of-a-kind piece of history.
This unique gaming device runs off a Raspberry Pi computer platform which allows users to play almost any game available on the original Game Boy system. There are thousands upon thousands of games available from classic only titles to classics reimagined for modern day gaming platforms.
With its battery life lasting over 10 hours at full charge, this compact console offers an impressive amount of playtime with every charge. It also comes equipped with HDMI output for those who want to play on their television sets instead.
“I think people miss the tactile nature that early consoles gave us,” <