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.
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November 17, 2014 at 22:37:05 UTC
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