Back in the early days of the Nintendo Game Boy, it was revolutionary that a full-fledged gaming experience could fit easily into a backpack.
The latest evolution of the Game Boy, which was unveiled during a recent Hackaday presentation, doesn’t only just fit in a bag or a pocket — it’s small enough to clip right onto your keyring.
Behold: the tiniest functional Game Boy known to man, courtesy of Jeroen Domburg, aka Sprite_TM.
The hacker created the tiny device using a color OLED screen and an ESP32 microcontroller. The setup includes just about everything you got with an old-school Game Boy: a functional direction pad, buttons, and even speakers for in-game audio. Read more…