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Evercade Hints New Cartridges, 3D Print an EXP TATE Grip

Last Updated on June 3, 2023

Curated Evercade cartridge collections offer a great way to enjoy retro games.

We already have games from specific platforms (Atari 2609, Amiga, C64) and publishers (Bitmap Bros., Oliver Twins) and even arcade manufacturers (Toaplan, Irem), but there is more to come.

Blaze Entertainment has confirmed a special live streamed announcement on May 31st that will unveil the next set of cartridges for release in 2023.

But what will it reveal! Obviously we don’t know, but of course there are some heavily rumoured collections.

Evercade cartridges we’d like to see

Evercade carts have covered a surprising number of platforms so far, from early arcade titles to recent retro flavoured indie games.

Still to come are a few big items, including:

  • ZX Spectrum
  • Atari ST
  • BBC Micro/Acorn
  • NeoGeo
  • Midway

But what will be announced? We’ll find out from Xpm on Wednesday, May 31st – stick it in your diary.

An Evercade EXP TATE mode grip

Meanwhile, we absolutely had to tell you about this 3D printed grip for the Evercade EXP.

As you may know the console features a portrait mode called TATE, which enables the display to take advantage of specific games such as 1942.

It’s useful but for certain hand types – mine included – it’s quite uncomfortable to play over any significant duration.

But there is a solution. An enterprising Evercade EXP owner has designed a 3D printed grip that the EXP slots into. This delivers far more comfort than usual while using TATE mode and is worth checking out.

If you have a 3D printer or access to one, download the EXP TATE mode grip STL file.

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