VectorBoy is described as 'fantasy console that can be used to play your own games written in the LUA scripting language. Unlike other systems of its kind, it doesn't use pixels to display graphics. Instead, the screen displays straight lines to form graphics of all kinds' and is an app in the Development category. There are more than 10 alternatives to VectorBoy for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Linux, Mac, Online / Web-based and Self-Hosted solutions. The best alternative is TIC-80, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like VectorBoy are PICO-8 (Paid), Voxatron (Paid), Bitsy (Free) and quadplay (Free, Open Source).
Voxatron is a fantasy console system where games are made out of voxels and made available to the system as traditional cartridges that can be made from scratch through a built-in designer or remixed from other shared creations.
The quadplay fantasy console bundles an emulator and advanced development tools including an adept IDE and tools for use with other IDEs like VS Code, Vim and Emacs. FEATURES - 60 fps @ 384 x 224 pixels = 12:7 aspect ˜ 16:9.
Pixel Vision 8 is a platform that standardizes 8-bit fantasy console limitations built on top of an open source C# SDK. Developers can customize these restrictions to match actual legacy hardware or create something new. It is ideal for game jams, prototyping ideas or having fun.