This design was inspired by the Sega Game Gear, and closely matches its size in both overall dimensions, and screen size. The idea was to make a better version of the pigrrl 2 that was not so uncomfortable to hold, has increased battery capacity, available hdmi for dual viewing, and eliminated the awful speaker hum that the pigrrl 2 had. This desing incorporates a teensy for the controls so you have true analog for the joystick instead of a dpad function like other project. basically i took all the features i liked from other project, took out the ones i didnt, and added what i thought should be there.
download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1822832
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