While there are a few ways that Game Boy developers from around the world can connect and communicate with each other, most channels are not maintained and are difficult to find.
That's why today () the GBDK Developers Facebook page has been launched: to connect like-minded homebrew Game Boy developers, bringing Game Boy development into a modern age.
The group is named after the Game Boy Developers Kit (GBDK): a compiler, assembler, linker and set of libraries for the Nintendo Game Boy written in the C programming language; however some posts may also reference Assembly programming.
The page publishes up to three posts per week, with content about how to develop your own Game Boy games (resources, articles, source), chiptune articles, Game Boy culture and downloadable homebrew ROMs made by other community developers.
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