Pokemon Mini
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Ever since Analogue opened up its Analogue Pocket platform to developers, we've seen a flood of FPGA cores ported over, including NES, SNES, Mega Drive and Neo Geo.

Many of these cores are still very much WIP projects, but that hasn't stopped the development community from continuing to push out cool stuff – and Adam Gastineau, who is responsible for some of the other core ports, has just teased another cool development.

In case you weren't aware, the Pokémon Mini was a tiny handheld console released in 2001 which ran tiny interchangeable cartridges – all of which had (unsurprisingly) a Pokémon theme to them. 10 games were released in total, although a homebrew community has since grown up around the machine.

You can read more about the Pokémon Mini over on Nintendo Life.