Tag Archive | gaming

RacketBoy writes: “MISTer FPGA: The Future Of Retro Game Emulation and Preservation?”

…the most discerning retro gamers are increasingly looking at the world of FPGA for opportunities to bring the conveniences of emulation to a hardware that is closer to original console hardware.”

http://www.racketboy.com/retro/mister-fpga-the-future-of-retro-game-emulation-and-preservation

This huge article is definitely worth a look for anyone wanting to find out about “Hardware Emulation” in general. The original author does peddle the party-line for his favourite project a fair bit; but stick with it.

The Ultimate Pocket-sized Gaming Laptop

Here is the teeniest gaming laptop you ever did see…”

https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2019/7/31/20748600/lenovo-thinkpad-tinypad-paul-klinger-youtube

There’s also links to a 3D-printed version that *don’t* majorly infringe on copyrighted design. Promise. Cute?!

My Website

Together with four of my esteemed buddies we have a site called Monsta Productions (http://www.monstapro.co.uk) where we review objects of interest (film, music, games etc), make and [EDIT: did] host movies as well as write our own short stories and [EDIT: did] remotely run a messageboard; partly as a service to our local geographic-area (Twickenham UK).If you are willing to put up with our innate craziness, perhaps you too can be part of our strong-willed, dynamic team! For contact details, follow the link to the site and the address is there (monstapro at blueyonder.co.uk virginmedia.com).

We are also looking for a graphic artist / illustrator to join as a (at least) semi-permanent member of the team, to start paid work immediately, providing suitable credentials are provided. Please use the address above to get in contact, we are all looking forward to meeting you!