Hi @bateske et al - firstly amazing work on the Arduboy - fantastic achievement!!!
Secondly I’ve read some threads of some mentions of aiming to run Pico 8 on possible future versions of Arduboy. Though originally I though this to be an obvious and great idea I’ve reassessed based on the rise of other projects trying to fill that space (PocketCHIP and the likes of PiZero versions:
https://hackaday.io/project/10207-gamegirl-the-retro-console-done-right ). Please ignore any Pico 8 stuff - its awesome - but will be filled with many other players. Arduboys super tiny size and limitations are what we appreciate. Upping the size/battery/cpu/screen for Pico 8 would compromise that vision.
Please keep future versions of Arduboy as simple as possible and follow Eric Schmidts advise re RaspPi ( http://www.geek.com/chips/60-raspberry-pi-scrapped-after-chat-with-googles-eric-schmidt-1640563/ ) - same thing but cheaper. The original gameboy should be considered the absolute max for any goals of Arduboy.
Thirdly for Arduboy v1.1 please as a minimum just add SD card and some physical volume switch
wishlist - headphone jack, greyscale screen
Thanks again - I greatly appreciate your hard work on this great project !!!
Based on the great product and community you’ve created an open source super micro gameboy type device is shared dream of many people.