TinyScreen Video Game Kit

May 9, 2017

Category: Tech

Last year, we had a look at the very cool TinyCircuits Tiny Arcade – a desktop gaming cabinet that is literally only a few inches tall. Well, the brand is back with a new, even better do-it-yourself handheld version of their miniaturized console called the TinyScreen.

This kit comes with everything you need to build your own smaller-than-a-credit-card gaming system capable of playing a whole host of video games like Flappy Bird, Asteroids, and Space Invaders. That starts with the TinyDuino processor board (which is about the size of a quarter) and includes a rechargeable lithium polymer battery, the USB TinyShield (a micro USB connector through which you can install new games), the TinyScreen (a 96×64 OLED display), and a pair of joysticks and shoulder buttons. All you have to do is put it all together. Get one yourself for just $75.

Purchase: $75

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