Blaze will release its new gaming handheld GameGadget in the UK on March 30th.
Positioned as an iPod-style device for gamers, it allows gamers to download games from a variety of publishers and developers, including a range of legally purchaseable retro games.
GameGadget also allows independent and homebrew developers to create games for its digital platform, along with established developers, thanks to its open source development system.
Meanwhile, publishers will be able to sell games singularly or in bundles, thanks to the iTunes-style interface.
The handheld will be priced at £99.99, and prices for downloadable games will vary.
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