That's right mobile gaming fanatics. GamePark's new GP2X Wiz portable game system is now available. The new device sports a 533Mhz 3D accelerator plus flash engine, 1 gigabyte flash memory, SD card support, and will run you about $180.
The Wiz is also built on the king of open-source OSs Linux, which, alongside the Wiz SDK, means users can create their own games. Pretty nifty. You can also play other people’s games, along with a host of other free and/or downloadable games that Wiz plans to release on a monthly basis via an app store launching sometime in the summer.
The device includes 12 games right out of the box, but some of those are demos for games coming out down the road. It also supports every conceivable kind of multimedia (e-books, video, comics, music, etc.), and features a new slimmed-down design.
Any GP2X fans eager to get their Wiz on?