Embedded Entertainment System

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Embedded Entertainment System (or EES) is an 8-bit video game system in which the player interacts with the game on the TV with a wireless motion remote controller.

The EES was developed by Luis Cruz—a 16-year-old programmer in Honduras, Tegucigalpa. The EES was the first video game console developed in Central America according to many sources. In fact, the EES has been featured by many DIY websites, Honduras' newspapers and Make magazine as an innovative project made in Honduras.

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