So eventually you will go down to your basement, and look through all those boxes full of old electronic gadgets and gizmos. And eventually you will find your old, brick GameBoy. Boy, was that thing fun to play! Killing time while waiting in in line for the dentist, in the bathroom, grocery lines, commercials on TV, what ever it was. You pop in a game into the old brick in your hands, and slide the power switch to on. BOOM! ....... I said BOOM! ........... A pixelated Nintendo Logo comes scrolling down from the top of the monochrome screen. Now thats why you need this Instructable!
(Please remember that I take no responsibility if you screw up your Game Cartridge!)
Step 1: What You Need
For this quick & easy project, you will need the following:
- Nintendo GameBoy Cartridges (Any kind will work. I am using Original GameBoy Games for this demonstration)
- 1 to 2 Q-Tips
- A Cup of Water