No, we did not have “Neo Geo as the first community development for Analogue Pocket” on our FPGA bingo board.Sam Machkovech
A major update to the portable, retro-minded Analogue Pocket gaming system landed on Friday, and its new “OpenFPGA” features are the highlight. Thanks to last week’s “1.1” patch, anyone in the open source development community can build hardware-emulation “cores” to make Pocket mimic nearly any gaming and computer system up until the early ’90s, if not newer than that.
Our chat with Analogue’s CEO left us wondering exactly how OpenFPGA would work, but we didn’t have to wait long
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