GAMEPI XS – The Plug’n’Play Emulation Station #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Araymbox on Instructables shares this elegant game emulator. Housed inside a 3D printed SNES form controller this emulator is ready to go. Check out the full write up and detailed instructions on Instructables:
This instructable describes the build of a Raspberry Pi Zero W powered console all within a SNES controller. It can be used on any display with HDMI. It is powered by a smartphone Lithium Ion battery which lasts up to 3 hour (depending on the emulator running).
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You do not have to buy the listed parts and material from given links. These are examples and show the required properties of the parts.
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