Monday, 7 July 2014

Build your own Game Boy with a Raspberry Pi, SNES pad and 3D printer



What's a maker to do when they do not have access to a classic Game Boy, but happen to have a 3D printer and a couple of other elements lying around? Craft their own, no Legos required, of course. With some patience, you can also build a copy of Nintendo's 25-year-old handheld using a Raspberry Pi, Super NES controller (for its buttons and circuit board) and a couple of other bits and bobs. Adafruit has print files for the iconic portable's case furthermore as stepwise instructions for the way it all goes along, but, as 3DPrint points out, it likely will not be simple and therefore the project needs an honest grasp on bonding and electronic equipment. Emulated games get away of an SD card, and therefore the DIY-Game Boy will even play any classic Nintendo ROMs you might realize on-line too. We'll leave walking through the legalities of that whole method up to you, though.


    

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