Last updated: 03JUN2021
The GKD350H was poised to be the dominant retro handheld of 2019, but then the Anbernic RG350 series dominated that cycle. So let’s take a look at this somewhat forgotten gem, and the upgrades available at myretrogamecase.com
One of the best things to happen to the GKD350H recently is that its successor has been released, the GKDMini. This little device runs the same hardware and software as the original, which means that all of the updates they’ve done to that device to support its rollout will work on the GKD350H too.
Here are all of the updated OPKs that shipped with the GKDMini, which work on the GKD350H. In particular, the updated FinalBurn Alpha .44 emulator runs great — it can even play some CPS-III games at near-full speed. Additionally, you could flash the latest firmware onto your internal SD card to work on this device too.
Note that the GKD Mini firmware (v3.1) currently does not work with the GKD350H, the button mapping is off. Community members are working on an updated build and I will update this post when it becomes available.
And finally, several developers have been including GKD350H support in their latest builds, like these:
Personally, I have found that the GamBatte-DMS is the best GB/GBC emulator, and be sure to grab GameBlaBla’s Picodrive emulator as that will give you full-speed Sega 32x gameplay.