Nintendo‘s Game Boy is in his thirties now, but it‘s still impressive because some hardware engineers managed to hack into him and trick him into playing a Tetris game against another player over an internet connection. , have explained in a detailed video how they took over the Game Boy‘s native local multiplayer support using the proprietary patch cord connector and tricked the aging handheld into playing a Tetris game over the internet to believe it was a direct one Share connection with another person. Game Boy.
“In addition to the programming, the engineers used a Raspberry Pi connection that“ forwards the data sent via the connection cable to a user-defined PC client. “The data was then sent to a dedicated web server which sent it to another game. Boy, that‘s not all in the retro gaming world.
There‘s also a Discord channel for gamers interested in custom boards are planned to create better interfaces for the connection cable to the Raspberry. Pi The people at Stacksmashing have also opened their code so that anyone who wants to try the original Dr.Mario online can provide it. Most people keep the old technology for a mess.
In reality, however, there are a lot of things that can be salvaged as “there is really nothing wrong with the underlying hardware.” There are many programmers who work or create original games to run on the Game Boy console to become, as TechRadar says.