How to fit a USB drive in to an old Game boy advanced cartridge. For looks...

Step 1: Gather Required Materials

Pretty basic. You need:

1. Small screwdriver, it uses a triangle head but a small enough Philips or Flathead will work with a little pressure.

2. Gameboy cartridge, DONT USE A POKEMON GAME, its a waste :)

3. Razor blade, you can use a dremel, but I dont have one because im poor :/

4. and finally, A USB drive. Can be any size, i used a 2 GB
is there away to build a Gameboy advance game cartridge with Aduino to be able to reprogram the game so it would be one cartridge, but several downloadable games?
<p>There are several Dremel type rotary tools that only cost about $15-$25.</p><p>I bought a &quot;Genesis&quot; brand rotary tool from HomeDepot.com for app. $18.</p><p>It is adjustable 8,000 to 30,000 rpm, and the only problem I've ever had with it is the power switch is a standard on/ off toggle that is made from a cheap neon green plastic that can break easily. (but you just email the company and they will send you an entire new rotary tool in the box with all the extras.... and they don't even ask for the broken one back).</p>
I made one of these a while back. I do recommend you use a Dremel or other rotary tool though, it makes cutting the case easier.

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