is there a decent-ish nintendo64 clone i could use for portability conversion?

been looking for a Nintendo 64 (first pic, quite obviously) for a conversion project, but i don't want to use an official system for it, cus they are what they are. so i remembered when i was shopping for a new NES ( i got mine from my grandma, and it almost never works. no reflection on her, but more a reflection on the connectors used in the system) and i saw a few that were not made by Nintendo, one specifically that i saw, was the Retro-Duo (Second Pic) which can hookup super-Nintendo cartridges, and NES carts. so after i remembered that, i thought that an N64 clone would be good for a conversion experiment. anyone got an idea as to where to find them? i searched eBay, but nothing came up but clone-wars stuff

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WhatULive46 years ago
There aren't any 3rd party n64 consoles. However there are n64 emulators available for other portable systems.

If you want to make a portable of any type, using the original hardware is usually the best way to go if you want complete compatibility. If you haven't visited you may want to. There is an abundant wealth of knowledge there.

Good luck!
ashannon1 (author)  WhatULive46 years ago
been looking on benheck for a while, already knew about it, but thanks anyway!
ashannon1 (author)  ashannon15 years ago
would like to know if there is an N64 emulator for the DS lite? i just want to retexture OoT and play it on the go for free. since i own the DS, and two copies of OoT. i will remark you as best answer so you can keep the best answer