The Clockwork Pi GameShell is a build it yourself hand-held console aimed at indie game developers and retro gamers. Late last year I cove red the unboxing and assembly while today we are going more hands-on with the device. In the second half of the video we show step by step how to develop and deploy Godot games on the GameShell device. This tutorial should also work for most Raspberry Pi based boards that support Godot development.
If you are following the instructions to build Godot Engine games on your GameShell you will need a build template. The two options mentioned in the video are the Clockwork export template or the more generic frt export templates for Pi devices. I have tested with both export templates successfully.
The only documentation on building Godot games for the GameShell is this forum thread. The Clockwork GameShell is available on Amazon currently for $139 USD. Check out GameShell in action in the video below.
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