Rany Battikh

The Scopetrex – Play Vectrex games on an Oscilloscope!

Retro computer hardware expert Eric Schlaepfer aka Tube Time just released the full schematics of a Vectrex motherboard replica. The Scopetrex, as he calls it, plugs right into an analog oscilloscope and takes advantage of its vector-based monitor to accurately display Vectrex games. Tube Time designed the Scopetrex PCB layout from scratch after carefully studying […]

Vanessa (Vanessaira)

MVG Ports Heart of Darkness to the XBOX

Modern Vintage Gamer recently added a new video to his YouTube channel showcasing an incredibly special insight into coding and porting game source material.  In his video he breaks down his process of taking the open source code for the game Heart of Darkness and using that code to port its source to the original […]

Rany Battikh

RetroTINK Ultimate is now open sourced

Retro Gaming hardware/equipment developer Mike Chi has just just released the design files of the RetroTINK Ultimate to the public thus changing the status of the product from discontinued to open sourced. Update – Now sold by CastleMania:  https://bit.ly/2QTc5IG In late 2019, Mike sold the very last batch of the RetroTINK Ultimate, a Raspberry Pi hat […]

SmokeMonster

Vextreme: An Open-Source Vectrex Flash Cart

Rattboi and Technobly have designed a new open-source Vectrex Flash Cart called the Vextreme, based on Spritesmod’s Vectrex Extreme flash cart, which was generously open-sourced by Spritesmod (GPL3). The PCB design was largely based on pictures posted at Spritesmod, but with a retooled firmware and boot ROM that are easier to build. The cart has […]

Bob

Open-Source GDEMU Menu

Like it or not, GDEMU’s can now be found everywhere, at a cheap price.  The current version of the firmware and menu are (in my opinion) excellent, with only a few flaws.  Unfortunately, Neuroacid, the creator of the original GDEMU GUI hasn’t posted in a long time or released the source code, leaving the community […]