Come with me on a journey into making a pigrrl 2 kit. This isn’t absolute guide more of what I’ve learned and any info to help other people on the same journey
The last real video game I played was time splitter 2 on the gamecube, Since then I kinda fallen out of love with games. I really like the older games like the NES, SNES, N64 and the Gameboy games too. I wanted a way that I could easily play my old favorites and to be portable to boot. I started looking at converting an original gameboy (Gameboy Zero) but I hated how everything was hot glued down and messy so after a bit more searching I found the Pigrrl 2 project.
After a bit of searching I found quite a few mods that could be done to the pigrrl 2. I thought I would see if I could find any further mods and tie all the other mods together into this blog post. Without further ado let’s get into what I’ve found
As I was looking around and researching the pigrrl I wanted to see if there were any improvement people had made or any that I could add.
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