At launch, the Arduboy will have a catalogue of free games based on the classics you know and love, like Pokemon and Mario. The device runs on an open source software, Arduino, so that catalogue will only grow as developers get their hands on the device. It also comes with tech to teach you how to code, so you can even make your own games.
Contribute to the Kickstarter campaign here to get an Arduboy at launch in October 2015 for only $39.
Brett Williams is an editorial assistant at Supercompressor. Yeah, he beat the Elite Four back in the day, no big deal.