The Analogue Pocket, like many of the previous Analogue devices, is the gift that keeps on giving. This is because these consoles are based on FPGA technology that allows for the chips to be reprogrammed on the fly to behave like anything developers can conjure up.
The Pocket is Analogue’s portable system that was able to initially play most of the portable game consoles of the last twenty years like the GameBoy, Game Gear, Atari Lynx, GameBoy Advance, etc. But now that they’ve opened up the system’s architecture a number of other systems are now playable too.
In my latest Pocket update video we take a look at the Neo Geo, NES, SNES, and Sega Genesis / Mega Drive cores along with an arcade game. The community is also putting together some other things like an auto-update script that keeps everything up to date with a single click.