The American enthusiast did not wait for “handouts” from manufacturers of game consoles and improved the ancient Game Boy on their own. True, from the original portable device, only the case remained. A fan of electronics and retro games, playing on the net under the nickname Wermy, gutted the Game Boy and equipped him with two additional X and Y buttons, a color display, and a Raspberry Pi board, which allowed him to run emulated games from NES, SNES, Sega Genesis and Master System, Bluetooth module, a lithium-ion battery (while removing 4 AA batteries from the device), a USB port for charging and a mini HDMI in case you want to play games on the big screen. The original cartridge has also undergone improvements. Inside it, an enthusiast installed a microSD adapter with recorded retro games.