The guys with portal Internet Archive began to rescue known portable games of the past like Pac-Man and Donkey Kong, which in time went out on rare portable set-top boxes like the Gakken Super Puck Monster.
Why it's cool
To save portable games from non-existence, the activists of the Internet Archive had to be confused. First , find the consoles themselves. Secondly , port and digitize games. Secondly , digitize the game. As activist Jason Scott says, in In most cases, information was not obtained breaking the gadget, but at In some cases it was necessary to disassemble the console and separate the screen from PCB to understand which of the them for which is responsible for outputting the image to screen. In general, all this is not so much to play as to preserve history.
What happened in the end
On output turned out about 60 rare games, play in which can be directly in browser. TO For example, there is a portable version of Battletoads, the earliest Mortal Kombat that came out for arcade machines or the unbearable Skeleton Warriors. Naturally, most of them look pretty strange today, but that's the beauty, right? The digitized collection of Handheld History Collection is based on link .
Source: The Verge