The GP32 can very accurately be labelled ahead of its time. Its specs surpass some major consoles released years after its own. And the home development community has made great use of this power. These links will provide insight into the innerworkings of the GP32 hardware.

Take a look at what’s under the hood of this tiny titan. It may be years old by now, but it’s still pretty impressive.

Throughout the life of the GP32, there were three distinct versions that, more or less, looked exactly the same. This section will make sense of the NLU/FLU/BLU mess, and also put to rest concerns about the (wrongfully) dreaded BLU+ units.

I’ve compiled a gallery of as many images of this wonderful game system and put them all here.