As mentioned in the previous post, I’m now going to recount you what’s going on on a regular basis. It’s been two months already… time flies! If you want updates more often, don’t hesitate to tell me in the comments.
Disclaimer: most of my time goes into making Gamebuino ready to grow to the next level: planning, lawyers, accountants… But hey, there’s still exiting news Read along…
First, Gamebuino had a booth at the Maker Faire: The European Edition Rome. It was a HUGE event with more than 100 000 visitors over the weekend, and countless amazing projects. And many passionate people.
Here you can see David Cuartielles, co-founder of Arduino, setting a new high score on Paqman (excellent game by Yoda)! David is really interested in Gamebuino as it’s a fun way to interest people in electronics and programming.
(Thanks to Albert and his father for the Maker Faire photos!)
Here, I’m with Albert and Jonne, both members of the Gamebuino community. It inspired them to create their own open-source gaming consoles:
Apart from this cool new Gamebuino variant, the Gamebuino itself is freshened up with a new revision. They are being manufactured at the moment, and will soon have:
This is what the new revision will look like!
Not only hardware evolves! The version 0.4 of the Gamebuino library it out on GitHub. It packs several cool new features:
Il will re-compile all the games asap so you can upgrade your Gamebuino easily
Last thing: Gamebuinos are now shipped twice a week to make sure you get them in time for Christmas! Reminder of tracked Airmail shipping time: France < 1 week, Europe 1-2 weeks, World 2-4 weeks.
Pro Tip: These are indicative delay, order today to be sure to have your Gamebuino on time.
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