The Pico-8 (stylized as PICO-8) is a virtual machine created by Lexaloffle Games. It is designed to mimic a "fantasy video game console". The coding is accomplished through a Lua-based environment, in which users can create sounds, sprites, maps, and games. The game's and the program's interface are limited to a 128x128 pixel, sixteen-color display. The PocketCHIP miniature computer ships preloaded with Pico-8.
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