Anyone who remembers the original Nintendo Game Boy, which first shipped 30 years ago, will be fully aware of what a compact miracle it represented.

Compressing an 8-bit game console into a durable, mobile design, the Game Boy seemed like an unsurpassable technical achievement at a time when a “portable” computer could weigh 16 pounds.

Well, time — and miniaturization — sure move on, as Houston-based engineer Sage Hansen’s latest project makes abundantly clear.

We’ve covered Hansen’s impressive work before.

For his newest creation, 31-year-old Hansen has found a way to compress an entire Game Boy-style console inside an original Game Boy cartridge.

That includes four buttons, speaker, display, battery, power button, and micro-controller with interchangeable games.

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