Created by Korea-based GamePark, this hand-held console (also known as the GamePark 32) runs on an ARM9 RISC CPU running at 66 MHz with 8 MB RAM, and offers USB connectivity and wireless RF technology for multiplayer gameplay. The screen is a 3.5 inch thin file transistor (TFT) with a resolution of 320x240 and 65,536 colors. The unit is generally only popular in Korea and has spawned a number of homebrew development efforts.
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FaMe Software
Developers of games for the GP32, including Super Plusha and Yoke-Yoke.
GameFAQs
Message boards, hardware reviews, and information on the games for the platform.
GP32 Dev'rs
Weblog of information on software and hardware development.
GameFAQs
Message boards, hardware reviews, and information on the games for the platform.
GP32 Dev'rs
Weblog of information on software and hardware development.
FaMe Software
Developers of games for the GP32, including Super Plusha and Yoke-Yoke.
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May 27, 2019 at 16:51:44 UTC
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