A Vietnamese developer has created a unique web-based emulator, which breaths new life into old 2D Nintendo games by turning them into 3D. Aptly called 3DNES, the software only works with the Firefox browser at the moment.Read More
The Legend of Zelda for NES is loved by anyone who has ever heard of Nintendo, so one developer has decided to remake this 8-bit classic as a first-person game for the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.Read More
Tom Murphy has created a computer program that learns how to play classic NES games on its own. The software, named 'Playfun,' uses pre-recorded snippets of gameplay and its own emulator to determine the best course of action when faced with obstacles, teaching itself along the way.
Ever wondered what to do with a few thousand leftover Lego bricks? New York-based multimedia artist "Baron" Julius von Brunk has made a giant, fully functioning NES controller that actually works with the games system.
Ever thought the Nintendo Zapper for the original NES couldn't get any better? Jumping out of the augmented reality of shooting on-screen foes, North Street Labs have turned the classic Duck Hunt controller into a real laser gun, capable of setting things on fire.
Blow the dust out of the carts you stashed in the loft, as accessories manufacturer Hyperkin has released and commenced shipping the Supaboy: a handheld SNES, making for possibly the best portable console money could buy.