Evercade is a new console retro handset with 4.3 inch screen (with the possibility of connection to the TV) and replaceable cartridges. Ten of the titles confirmed, eleven, including the new cartridge, Atari Lynx just announced by the manufacturer.

The cartridge contains 17 games the Atari Lynx on the license, including Scrapyard Dog, CyberVirus, Loopz, Crystal Mines II-Buried Treasure, Power Factor and Dracula the Undead, just to name a few.

Evercade Atari Lynx Collection 1

  • Scrapyard Dog
  • Basketbrawl
  • Super Asteroids/Missile Command
  • Awesome Golf
  • Crystal Mines II-Buried Treasure
  • CyberVirus
  • Dracula the Undead
  • Gordo 106
  • Ishido The Way of Stones
  • Jimmy Connors Tennis
  • Loopz
  • Malibu Bikini Volleyball
  • MegaPak
  • Power Factor
  • Remnant
  • Super Sqweek
  • Xump

Evercade to be released in April and can be foreordained on the official website, between the cartridges planned for the launch we find collection theme dedicated to the games of publishers such as Atari, Data East, Interplay, Mega Cat Studios, Namco, Piko Interactive, and Technos. Evercade has plans to publish other 2/5 collected in the course of 2020. The price of the console for the United Kingdom is set at 79 pounds, 99.99 dollars in the USA, at the moment there are no official resellers for the uk but it is not excluded that Evercade Portable will make its appearance on Amazon in the next few weeks or in the vicinity of the launch.

What do you think of this retroconsole? Surely this is a hardware that is designed for the nostalgic, the ideal place to relive the emotions of the old classics from the ’80s and ’90s.