Following on from Making your own ArduinoBoy, here is a photographic guide…
I have already touched upon this in GameBoy Flashers, however I want to make cheap GameBoy flash cartridges using commercially available items…
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?
Ninetendo DS Lite, 180 baht in the Din Daeng market. No battery, battery cover, or stylus. How useful is it for MIDI, Chiptunes, etc.?
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, as it is probably cheaper to buy a flashable card than trying to source an original LSDj cartridge.
Everyone is talking about Chiptunes these days, the retro sound obtained from the games devices, and home computers of the 80s:
Featured image courtesy of Button Masher T.O.