Alex Mitchell

Retron77 Firmware Updated By Stella Devs (6.1rc1)

Developer DirtyHairy has released a new version of Stella, an Atari 2600 emulator, for use on Hyperkin’s Atari 2600 emulation console, the Retron77. This update brings a variety of bug fixes and improvements from the main fork of Stella to the Retron77 build while also including some Retron77-specific features that improve the user experience. Here’s […]

Rany Battikh

Specialist controller for TG16/PC-Engine by Hyperkin

Hyperkin just released the Specialist, a $30, 2-button controller that’s compatible with both TurboGrafx 16 and PC-Engine systems:  http://bit.ly/pcespecialist The Specialist is styled after the CoreGrafx controller and its simple layout consisting of: a d-pad, start and select buttons, II and I buttons and their corresponding (3-level) turbo toggles. While I wouldn’t necessarily use the Specialist […]

SmokeMonster

Hyperkin’s N64 Clone is running Mupen64

Hyperkin revealed their upcoming budget clone of the Nintendo 64. ModernVintageGamer compared their previews with emulators and found that it’s based on Mupen64, an open-source software based emulator that has been around the block for a long time. Mupen64 runs on pretty much every platform under the sun already (phones, computers, etc), so you can […]

Bob

Retron77 Community Build Updated

The custom “community build” firmware for Hyperkin’s Retron77 has just been updated.  This version increases compatibility, however some games still need to be played via a ROM.  For a detailed list of updates, as well as a full list of features, check out the post and first page of the topic on AtariAge: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/281462-retron-77-community-build-image/page-7#entry4168162https://www.dropbox.com/s/q2965rrzpo0jq2e/sdcard.remo.20181120-1353CB.zip?dl=0