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April 26, 2016 AT 1:35 pm

Building the Cupcade: The Raspberry Pi-Powered Micro Arcade

I had a great time building the Cupcade Kit over the weekend. It only required a few basic tools, and a few hours to complete. Of course, you’ll also need a lot of free time to play with all the classic ROMs that this fantastic little arcade cabinet can emulate.

Never be bored again with an adorable little arcade cabinet you can fit in your bag! This Raspberry Pi-powered kit combines our sharp PiTFT 2.8″ display, mini thumbstick, and mini arcade push buttons and a whole bunch of components to create the most adorable arcade cabinet in the known universe.


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