30 Jun '17, 6pm

Hackaday Prize Entry: Gaming Done Tiny with Keymu

Hey Hackaday, and especially John, I am the creator of Keymu. First thank you very much for the interest you put in Keymu and for this article. I have a few comments though. Please do not believe I am not grateful that Keymu made the front page, I really am, but going through your article left me with an uneasy feeling. I will start with the least important, call me a grammar nazi but I think you meant thus instead of that in the last sentence. Then a bit more important: “Unlike the mini Game Boy Color, [c.invent] aims to create a fully fledged emulation console”. This sentence was true when I started the project. Now, it is done and there is actually a video on the project’s description demonstrating it. The real “aim” now is for me to find time to finish all the tutorials. And last but not least I’m sorry to say that some things do not make sense to me, take this sentenc...

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