With the advent of the Internet, we see all types of unique handmade gadgets. Most recently, a Youtuber took an OG Nintendo Game Boy and gave it a 2016 update.
User Wermy of SudoMod modded a Game Boy, adding a color screen and more buttons, while allowing it to play hundreds, if not thousands of games, from the original NES to Sega consoles, old arcade titles and the Super Nintendo.
Beyond adding two buttons to the handheld, the updated Game Boy also has a 3.5-inch coclor display — a major upgrade over the black-and-white visuals of the OG. Inside, he added a new internal processor: the Raspberry Pi Zero, far more powerful than the original Game Boy.
Wermy also added Bluetooth connectivity, meaning you can play with a wireless controller, as well as mini-HDMI port to output the game to another display, like a TV.
Check it out in action below: