thenextweb.com - 1 year ago

You might need a cartridge to play your next mobile game

Having been reared on a steady diet of 8- and 16-bit console games, the very sight of a cartridge makes my heart skip a beat at the thought of the exciting adventures it contains. Beatrobo wants to introduce the concept to today's mobile gamers: At the recent Tokyo Game Show, the Japanese startup showed off Pico Cassette, a tiny cartridge that plugs into your device's headphone jack to unlock games. The Verge reports that the cartridges themselves don't have games stored on them, but instead emit an inaudible sound that authenticates a game app to let you start playing. By… This story continues at The Next Web
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