I love my GameBoy and still use it today, even though I got it a long time ago. Some fun accessories wouldn't be amiss, now would they? How about a little personalized case, and because I like 3D printing so much, why not prep it for that?

Step 1: Base of the Box

I'll assume you know how to use TinkerCAD's website to set up an account, so I'll skip straight to the fun stuff. First, drop a cube into your workplane (That big blue grid). Then, drag the tiny white cube at the top of the big red one down, until it's about 5 millimeters thick. Then, drag each of the little cubes on the sides in turn so that they each are 100 millimeters long. Use the corner one if you're a pro. You want something like this.
<p>is the case supposed to be the system's outer shell? I am confused.</p>
Hi MMoakley! <br> <br>This is awesome! Thanks for creating this on Tinkercad =) Do you have a 3D printer? <br> <br>Also, we don't think your projects suck. They rock! Keep up the great work and let us know if you need any help. <br> <br> <br>Best, <br>Tinkercad Team
Thanks! I don't have a 3D printer, so I usually use shapeways. I love TinkerCad and use it a lot.
Sweet. Shapeway rocks, too! =)

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