There is no better way to learn about electronics and technology than building your own gadgets. LameStation is a game console that your kids can build to learn hardware and software. By assembling it from scratch, users learn how the game console works. Kids can also code their own games.
LameStation comes with example code, games, and tutorials. The kit includes 8 32-bit processor cores, a Parallax Propeller microcontroller, a 128×64 monochrome LCD, 1 x four-way joystick, and everything you need to get started.