KADE miniConsole+ A smart open source retro gaming device on Kickstarter

By on July 19, 2015
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An interesting project 400% funded on Kickstarter: Everyone keen on retro gaming should check it out!

Get the news about the continuing KADE miniConsole+ project and information on pre-ordering and general sales at kadevice.com

The KADE miniConsole+ is a versatile gaming device that connects retro gamepads and controllers to a huge variety of computers and consoles using plug and play detection.

The miniConsole+ is easy to use and works out of the box, no programming is necessary. Simply plug a controller into one end of miniConsole+ and a system into the other end and voila! you’re ready to play. You can play all your favourite games as they were designed to be played with your favourite original controllers.

The device has been in development for 2 years already and has gone through a great number or revisions, redesigns and prototypes. We’re really excited to announce the KADE miniConsole+ and its ground-breaking capabilities. We hope that you will support us on our journey by backing our Kickstarter project so we can make this happen.

We think our prototype device looks pretty neat in a shiny black aluminium case. We’re exploring other presentation options and labeling too. The exciting stuff happens inside the case!

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Plug and play gaming with all your favorite retro controllers and gamepads including Nintendo NES (Famicom), Nintendo Super NES (Super Famicom), Nintendo 64, Nintendo Gamecube, Nintendo Wii Classic/Pro Controller, Sega Master System, Sega Mega Drive (Genesis), Sega Saturn, Sega Dreamcast, Sony Playstation 1, Sony Playstation 2, Atari 2600, Atari 7800, Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Commodore Amiga; as well as NEC PC-Engine, TurboGrafx16, Neo Geo, and many more gamepads.  We have taken great care to regulate the voltage to each controller to make sure you are not ruining your classic hardware.

Supported output:

  • Mac
  • Windows
  • Linux
  • RasPi
  • Android (this includes OUYA and Nvidia Shield devices)
  • PS1
  • PS2
  • PS3
  • Wii Wiimote (Classic Controller emulated)
  • WiiU Wiimote (Classic Controller emulated)
  • WiiU via USB (gamecube converter emulated)
  • xBox original (with simple converter cable)
  • NES (with muti out expander)
  • SNES (with muti out expander)
  • Atari 2600 (with muti out expander)
  • Sega Master System (with muti out expander)
  • Sega Genesis (with muti out expander)
  • Sinclair ZX Spectrum (with muti out expander)
  • Atari 400/600/800/1200/XL/XE (with muti out expander)
  • Atari ST (with muti out expander)
  • Commodore Vic20/64/128 (with muti out expander)
  • Amiga (with muti out expander)
  • Neo Geo CD 15 pin (with muti out expander)
  • Supergun Arcade(with muti out expander)
  • xBox 360 (with PSX active converter cable)
  • Dreamcast (with PSX active converter cable)
  • Game Cube (with PSX active converter cable)
  • Sega Saturn (with PSX active converter cable)
  • many more!

Supported input:

  • NES
  • SNES
  • Nintendo 64
  • GameCube (with beta rumble)
  • Wii/WiiU Wiimote Classic Controller
  • Wii/WiiU Wiimote Nunchuck
  • PlayStation 1
  • PlayStation 2
  • Atari 2600
  • Atari Analog Paddles
  • Atari 5200
  • Atari 7800
  • Sega Master System 9 pin
  • Sega Genesis 3 button
  • Sega Genesis 6 button
  • Sega Saturn
  • Sega Dreamcast
  • TurboGrafx-16 US large plug
  • TurboGrafx-16 Japan small plug
  • Neo Geo CD
  • DDRgame.com metal (beta)
  • RedOctane DDR metal (beta)
  • Apple Vision Joystick
  • Commodore C64/Vic20
  • Commodore Amiga
  • Amiga CD32
  • Amstrad CPC
  • Sinclair Spectrum MSX (Spectravideo)
  • Collecovision (Joysticks only)
  • Arcade via expansion board
  • Arcade via DB 15

That is well over 800 combinations in one device!

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