Go ahead, laugh at and learn from our mistakes. Their ideal was inexpensive, easy to control with a gamepad, and capable of hooking into a TV set. Thanks to the Raspberry Pi 3 hobbyist platform and the RetroPie software distribution, that dream is finally possible.
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It is not all that often that I get to write about Atari Lynx hacks. This could be because there simply are not a lot of them. It could be because the portable was not all that popular. It could be because there are simply not many hacking tools for the Lynx.
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I was still curious to try it out :D. It plays like most Tetris games. Pressing down throws down the blocks, and so does pressing A which is quite annoying until you get used to it.
This includes entirely new sections for setting up your card, system, and controllers. Thankfully, the whole process is considerably easier now! All you need to do is install the operating system on an SD card and do some simple file sharing from your PC.
The recent spate of retro "classic" consoles might be switching a new audience on to vintage games, but some of us never left them. Much to the bemusement of the rest of Engadget, I have a fetish for the Atari Lynxof which I own many, and of course, every game ever made for it. So, I already have a portable with all the games I love, why would I want another one?
Using the artwork I created for the front of the LynxSD box some time ago, but have yet to get around to actually getting produced. Eurgh -- so many things I want to do and never enough time!! Latest Menu The latest version of the game menu v2 which has been a collaborate effort with contributions from myself, GadgetUK and Igor over at Atari Gamer can be found here