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Preserving Arcade Games

Most old Arcade games run on custom hardware that you can no longer get. On top of that, a lot of these games are encrypted. They are also designed to kill themselves with a suicide battery if they detect something wrong. This makes preserving arcade games hard. There is also a time limit to preserve Continue Reading »

How The Game Boy Worked

Nintendo’s Game Boy was one of the best selling game consoles of all time. Yet it was kind of simple compared to other systems of its time. Running at 4Mhz it forever changed the world of handheld gaming and remained on top for around 14 years before the Nintendo DS took its place. The videos Continue Reading »