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RaspiBoy, Raspberry Pi Gameboy, SuperPiBoy: A RaspberryPi inside a Gameboy
That one is long gone along with 6 others. I have exactly 1 left but ud have to jump on it because the min I list the they're gone. I'm just getting rid of extra parts because I built 5 different versions but I have settled on 1 now so I have 1 pigirrl pocket left to sell. Just parts alone are $250 but that's all I want anyway. So email me asap if you want the last one
Whats your ebay id so i can check out your stuff? :)
HiWhat kid of wires are used for this? where do you get them from?Thanks
Are any of your PiGrrl 2's still available? - DerekO8
MannyK, that's awesome, Netflix, I had no idea that was even possible. How did you pull off the KODI with the GPIO input? did you go with something other than retrogame.c? AndNice man - ShaMonkey
Hello! So nice gameboy, with the raspberry pi 3 with de hdmi cable, i can connect with the tv without problem? Ty and greetings from Uruguay!
You can never find a Raspberry Pi Zero for 5 buck though. Thanks!
Can you use a Raspberry Pi 3b?
Yes, it'll work with Raspberry Pi 3 Model B. A Raspberry Pi Zero would be the better fit since it has no soldered headers/Ethernet/large USB ports and the required A/V headers - and you get it for ~5 bucks.
very keen!! can you email me the link? email@example.com
can this do with the newsest model Raspberry Pi 3??
Like from the power supply, how do I use those two single wires to put everything together ? Pictures and diagrams would be very helpful if you have any
Where was the AV wire soldered on the Pi ? I'm planning to build my own Piboy and would like to figure a way out to wire directly Nostradamus of having to buy a 3.5mm to AV cable which will take up more space. Thanks !
How do you wire everything together ? I am a complete newbie to electronic wiring and such, so the help would be greatly appreciated.
How would you do it if you wanted a b x and y buttons to plat Super Nintendo games?
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