Colorful handheld puts game creation and play in your hands

Glasgow’s Curious Chip has today launched an edutainment handheld gaming device aimed at getting youngsters coding, tinkering and experimenting. It rocks similar looks to Nintendo’s Switch, albeit with a much lower resolution screen and a Raspberry Pi for a heart, and like Pi-based projects such as the pi-top, Hexa and Q.bo, Pip has been created to give the coders and makers of tomorrow the building blocks they need today…
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