Raspberry Pi is known for its powerful retro game simulation platform, but recently, the manufacturer has transferred its simulation work to the new Raspberry Pi Pico microcontroller.Today we are going to share a great update Raspberry Pi Pico Game Boy cartridge project.
Martin Refseth created a custom PCB for the Game Boy platform powered by John Green’s Pico. It completely abandoned Pico and switched to RP2040, Pico core $1 chip, Supply power to the module.
This The best Raspberry Pi project You can play, this one is ready to run your favorite Game Boy ROM. The game uses batch scripts for conversion, which prepares them for the “production” process and writes them into codes that Pico understands. The project has a custom UI that loads at startup, allowing users to choose games.
As of now, this is still in progress, but you can follow its development. Work plans for new features are under development, including RTC module (essential for games such as Pokémon that rely on the system clock) and external memory support (possibly for SD cards).