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This pixel-scale, portable Meggy Jr game platform is fun for any gamer, especially those who know their way around an Arduino. About the size of a VHS tape, it offers an 8×8 matrix of RGB LEDs and a lot of functionality with very little setup. It comes pre-programmed with Attack of the Cherry Tomatoes, a side-scrolling pixel shooter, and its USB-TTL interface lets you program your own rockin’ pixel game. As with most Evil Mad Science products, a dedicated wiki provides all the documentation to hack, mod, or customize your handheld any way you like.

Tyler Moskowite

Tyler Moskowite

I am the Web Development Intern for MAKE, and a part-time Android Developer.


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  1. steve miller on said:

    i just put mine together and i am loving it. my kid really likes it too. surprising considering how advanced video games have become.