Back in the days before massive LCD displays, mankind had to settle with the idea of linking up banks of CRT TVs to create that 'big screen' vibe – and now, a hacker has achieved the same kind of effect using Game Boy displays.

In his efforts to reverse engineer the Game Boy's crude greyscale LCD display, kgsws was able to connect 9 screens to the same console, creating a larger (albeit segmented) version of that famously tiny screen.

Despite the increased size, it's still jolly hard to make out what's actually happening – a consequence of the blur-prone tech Nintendo used on the Game Boy (and Game Boy Pocket) all those years ago. Still, it's an impressive feat.