my first project hope you like it.
raspberry with retropi
custom led blue
custom nes case
orginal power buttons
retropie custom boot animation
and more haha
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One-upping the NES Classic Edition with the Raspberry Pi 3 and RetroPie
NES Classic is no more, but fortunately cost-effective hobbyist boards are perfect for small projects.
Last November, Nintendo astonished everyone by returning to its beginnings and introducing the NES Classic. The fabulous emulator/nostalgia-fest began unanticipated need, including near-instant supply issues and 200-percent-plus markups in secondary markets. So in December of 2016, we made a decision to build our own version instead. Since Nintendo bizarrely announced that it won’t be making any more of the hard-to-find mini consoles recently, we’re re-running this piece to help those people with a DIY streak yet again build your own. Hardware recommendations have been updated to reflect current availability and pricing for April 2017.
Meet MintyPi 2.0: Raspberry Pi Video Gaming Emulator Stuffed Into Tiny Mint Tin Box
A YouTuber and developer has disclosed mintyPi 2.0, a project that transforms an everyday mint tin box in to a mobile video game console.
MintyPi 2.0, powered by the Raspberry Pi mini computer, is the 2nd attempt at the project, bringing with it some enhancements as opposed to original mintyPi.
JB Hi-Fi Just Received The Mother Lode Of Nintendo Classic Minis
Christmas 2016 will permanently be valued as the year people went legit bananas for a vintage NES console. The thing was a piece of plastic that only played 30 games from the 8-bit era – but nostalgia is a potent thing. So powerful that demand completely overtaken supply, causing crashed web sites, exhausted stock and many empty-handed customers.
For the people still on a Zelda-like quest to purchase this mythic device, we’ve got some fantastic news: the Nintendo NES Classic Edition is right now obtainable in JB Hi-FI stores, Australia wide. Hurrah!