YouTuber Vincent Buso has published a video where he plays Super Mario with a Nintendo Game Boy, the size of a keychain
If you are a fan of classic Nintendo games, and in particular of Super Mario, this article could be addictive. Yes, because on Internet are starting to circulate the first images of a Game Boy Advance SP reduced to the size of a keychain to use while you're out and about.
The keychain in question is called Keymu and was uploaded on the Net by YouTuber Vincent Buso. As opposed to the famous Game Boy, the portable mini console has four buttons and mounts an Intel Edison chip to work. Keymu's developer said he was inspired by a similar project shown at the 2016 Hackaday superconference. On that occasion, several Nintendo Game Boy prototypes revisited on stage. The four keys were not chosen at random but are there to allow users to play even the titles of the Super Nintendo.
Building a Mini Game Boy
Are you thinking of buying your own Keymu? No, it's not that simple to get one. To start playing Super Mario on a keychain, you'll need to be able to build a mini Game Boy on your own. It's not as difficult as you might think at first. And luckily Vincent Buso has also released on the YouTube platform a detailed video to succeed in this small undertaking. In the future, the YouTuber has promised even more details, but the many positive comments have started to make someone believe that soon Nintendo itself or some other company could start to market the product.
The video in the opening is taken from YouTube
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