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Developer(s) TranspInt-2017-logo-black
Generation Ninth
Storage 32 GB (Lite Bundle)
64 GB (Regular Bundle)
256 GB (Pro Bundle)
Release Date(s)
25px-Flag of Japan25px-Flag of Europe25px-Flag of USA25px-Flag of AustraliaKorean 2018
Units sold N/A
Media Glassbox Optical Disc
CPU 1.8 GHz Hexa-Core TI-U1P
GPU 940 MHz TI-U2G
Memory 8 GB DDR3
Predecessor DreamstationPlusLogo
Successor None

The Glassbox is an upcoming 9th generation video game console created by Transparent Interactive and the successor to the Dreamstation Plus. The system was revealed at Fantendo Holiday Showcase 2015 and is planned to be released in 2018.


If you want to develop for this console, just ask StarYoshi (tbc). Any article within the "Games for Glassbox" category will be automatically listed here.




The Glassbox plays games in 1080p with 60 frames per second, video output options include HDMI and AV Multi. The console features Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity, Bluetooth 4.0, a total of three USB 3.0 ports (two of which are on the front and one of which is on the back) and an SD memory card slot. Depending on the bundle one has purchased, the console has either 32 GB (Lite Bundle), 64 GB (Regular Bundle) or 256 GB (Pro Bundle) of internal memory, expandable via SD memory cards up to 128 GB and external USB hard disk drives up to 2 TB.


Lite Bundle


The Lite Bundle features a 32 GB console, one ConPad controller and costs €229.99/$239.99/¥27000.

Regular Bundle


The Regular Bundle features a 64 GB console, two ConPad controllers and costs €269.99/$279.99/¥32000.

Pro Bundle


The Pro Bundle features a 256 GB console, four ConPad controllers, a year's supscription to Glassbox Plus and costs €299.99/$309.99/¥36000.



The console's main controller is called the ConPad, it connects to the console wirelessly, but does not feature wireless charging. The controller supports motion controls via a gyroscope and an accelerometer and includes a touchscreen on the front.


The ConPad features the following buttons:

  • Glassbox-control-pad Control Pad
  • Glassbox-l-control-stick L Control Stick
  • Glassbox-r-control-stick R Control Stick
  • Glassbox-l-shoulder-button L Shoulder Button
  • Glassbox-r-shoulder-button R Shoulder Button
  • Glassbox-l-trigger LZ Trigger
  • Glassbox-r-trigger RZ Trigger
  • Glassbox-start START Button
  • Glassbox-select SELECT Button
  • Glassbox-face-buttons ABXY Action Buttons
  • Glassbox-touchscreen Touchscreen
  • Glassbox-menu-button MENU Button


Core Areas

The Glassbox system software is subdivided into 6 core areas, which are the following:

Glassbox Menu


The Glassbox Menu is the main dashboard of the system and allows launching games and applications.

Status Menu

The Status Menu can be accessed during any game or application by pressing the Glassbox-menu-button MENU Button. The Status Menu displays various information such as date and time, the wireless signal status, account settings, controller battery life and controller settings. It also allows the user to launch Download Manager, turn off the console or put it into sleep mode.

Glassbox Store



The Glassbox Store is the console's digital market place and allows the user to purchase downloadable titles and several applications. A account is required to use it. Funds can be added via credit card or gift cards.

Glassbox Plaza


Glassbox Plaza is the console's social network similar to Miiverse. More information is coming soon.

Internet Browser



The Internet Browser allows the user to browse the web on the TV screen.



(Outdated footage)

Play'd is the console's integrated media library service which includes a media player and the possibility to use online video services such as the in-built Play'd on Demand service, or third-party services such as Netfix, Amazon Video, Hulu and many more.

System Settings


Online service


(Outdated footage) is the console's online service which provides online functionality for games and apps and also includes the account system. A account provides access to various services on the console (Store, UpDrive, Plaza, Play'd, etc).