I’ve neglected my list of homebrew video game consoles, so here’s a update:
- www.xcores.orgMy friend Yvo’s site related to the awesome Xmos chip.
- mikronauts.comPropCade is a self-contained and affordable Propeller platform for emulating old computers (Z80, 6809, etc) and old game consoles.
- www.retrode.orgNot a console as such but a handy way feeding games to your SNES or Mega Drive / Genesis emulator from your original cartridges.
- www.4dsystems.com.auPoGa, a Portable Game Development console looking a lot like a SNES controller.
- www.chameleon-dev.comChameleon PIC 16-Bit and the Chameleon AVR 8-Bit are yet another Propeller based systems this time with the addition of a standard Microchip PIC or Atmel AVR microcontroller.
- www.fpgaarcade.comA site dedicate to recreating gaming hardware from the past in modern programmable FPGA devices.
- www.lucidscience.comA beautifully documented insight to designing and building your own classic console
- www.microvga.coma design offering a low-cost Microcontroller to VGA interface
- www.ladyada.netA new system from LadyAda offering a 320×240 TFT color display with resistive touch screen.
- rossum.posterous.comRBox: A diy 32 bit game console for the price of a latte
- www.linusakesson.net linusakesson “craft”
the original list is still here: