I have already touched upon this in GameBoy Flashers, however I want to make cheap GameBoy flash cartridges using commercially available items…
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Following on from ArduinoBoys and others and Scaling PDF for PCB, here’s a step by step guide to making Trash80’s ArduinoBoy, on a PCB.
Obviously, you don’t have to use a PCB and you could make the ArduinoBoy using stripboard/veroboard, ProtoShield, or even on a breadboard… see at the bottom for a suggested layouts.
BTW, I assume Trash80’s moniker is a nod to the Radio Shack TRS-80?
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Following on from , is the Sega GameGear any good for Chiptunes and MIDI?
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Ninetendo DS Lite, 180 baht in the Din Daeng market. No battery, battery cover, or stylus. How useful is it for MIDI, Chiptunes, etc.?
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Following on from Chiptunes, this is an ArduinoBoy specific article. ArduinoBoy was developed by Trash80. It also covers ArduinoBoy derivatives, such as TeensyBoy, and others… This blog is continued in Making your own ArduinoBoy.
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Following on from Chiptunes and Battered GameBoy, I thought I’d investigate trying to get a LSDJ on the cheap, see DMG music cartridge… and ended up also investigating flashers.
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Following on from Chiptunes, I purchased a beautiful red GameBoy original from the market for 30 baht. Obviously, at that price, it is in a right bad state.
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