Digital Portable System is the name of a series of NES-On-a-Chip (NOAC) Famiclones and Game Boy Advance clones that resembles the Sony PlayStation Portable, the systems were manufactured by Votre Electronics, Indonesia.
Background[edit | edit source]
The first edition ever release of the Digital Portable System (Formerly known as the Slim Getar-station) was around December 2011, which was when the Sony PSP reached its peak of popularity in Indonesia.
The console was a series of NES-On-a-chip game console before the release of DPS PSi and DPS PVi which is a combination of Sega Saturn and Game Boy Advance.
Many different versions and models of Digital Portable System or Getar-station were released, and somewhat very difficult to distinguish.
List of included games[edit | edit source]
Due to the high amount of games contained inside both internal and proprietary cartridge of the console, not every game title can be documented, but here's a list of common titles:
- Sonic the Hedgehog - hack of Somari that changes Mario back to Sonic, The most common version starts at Spring Yard Zone instead of Green Hill Zone.
- Angry Birds 3- A NES homebrew game made by Nice Code around 2011.