Hey, just wanted to show off my new project, I'm making a NES PC. I realise this has been done before but I thought I might as well post it. Heres the link: http://brucilsnespc.blogspot.com/
Topic by bruc
So I read the NES controller flash card reader instructable, and I was wondering, would it be possible to make it in a way so you could make an external usb 'connecter'? I've never done any techie thing, so if someone would attempt it or just have some ideas, I'd be glad :) - Semantic
Topic by Semantic | last reply
Hey guys...i was just wondering two things. First, is it theoretically possible to build one of these nintendo pc's to be operated as a fully functional pc for gaming and internet use, with your tv as a monitor and to install jacks to be able to connect to a surround sound system? also, i am not too good with computers and all that jazz but ever consider a nes controller that would operate as a mouse? this, of course, would be assuming that you could use your pc in the way i mentioned above, if not it would be kind of pointless. i also thought it would be nifty if it could be a wireless deal...you know...just so you don't have to sit 3 feet away from your television...
Topic by mr_bojiggler | last reply
Hey guys!Just thought i would share some NES mod links with you. You probebly know them, but there's got to be someone out there that dosen't.Raphnet EnglishRaphnet FrançaisNES Alarm ClockNES PortableNES info/patents etc.NES Mod's BlogNES R.O.B pc controlledTen mod's for the NES controllerNES mod's linksOk' that's should do it.. You should be able to find most mod's in the last link.P.S I really recommend the first link!
Topic by Silas | last reply
I've been working on a portable NES. (Yes, Instructable will be made.) I've got two NES boards, one is completely dead, and on the other I messed up the video. (Does not display pictures correctly.) Anyway, I know many people have old unused NES's laying in their closets. Whether it's "broken" (I.E. flashing screen) or not, I'd really appreciate if you'd give one. (Or some. :D ) No, this is not going to be a cruddy looking portable, it's going to have a transparent case, going to be really thin (1-2" thick) and not that big. 5" screen; it's going to be really great. Please donate an NES. :) And do not forget! I will make an Instructable on it! It's going to be great! :D
Topic by 1up | last reply
Break out those old game consoles! At first I made this just a NES question but since I like SNES as well I've decided to ask you all what NES AND SNES games you like the most. Here are my favorites! Favorite NES games?: 1) T & C Surf Designs: Wood And Water Rage 2) Double Dragon II: The Revenge 3) Bucky O'Hare 4) StarTropics 5) Adventure Island Favorite SNES Games?: 1) Blackthorne 2) Demon's Crest 3) Super Mario All-Stars 4) Super Mario World 5) Zombies Ate My Neighbors
Topic by punkrules | last reply
O.K i have seen this floating around on the web a while back and i was wonder if anyone knows how to take the contact buttons on a mp3 player and solder them to a nes pads contacts. I'm confused on like where to solder and how it works because i would like to do something like it. For example like when you hit the A button it would like change the song or control the volume on the player.
Topic by fretmelter | last reply
I have a quite a few nes games and would like to clean them does anyone know how to make a 3.5mm bit?
Question by DistantOverture | last reply
I've seached hundreds of websites trying to find one and i can't find one single video exept that dumb system video for n64 that's really chunky. Can someone make a video or at least help me find one? I want it kind of like this but for the nes not snes.
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Question by builderkidj | last reply
So I got another Nes controller. The gamepad sticker is missing and now it's just grey. Any ideas to make one or what to do with it?
Question by DistantOverture | last reply
I just wanderd why the NES is better than the SNES although its older??? if anyone agrees with me on this then pkease could you say why you think so. in my opinion its because it saved the gaming industry (from atari) and the controller is so simple to use and it had more epic games than the SNES.
Question by slithien | last reply
Eric's post telling us of ibler Hatsuli was recently bumped. Hatsuli joined on the 12th of February, and posted his instructable on the same day. I think as a community we should find some sort of way to honor him at this time every year. It could be an honorary contest of sorts, a way to raise money for cancer research, or whatever. Any and all ideas are welcome, but I think we should honor him in some way! Thoughts?
Topic by yokozuna | last reply
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Topic by nintendorepair
See I have been wanting to mod a NES to the MAX but I don't want to risk messing up my good one if I make a mistake.
Question by master key | last reply
Hello i am currently undergoing a project to mass produce nes handhelds but before i start making them i will need to know who wants to buy one and what kind they want. for further information email me at Minitendo.firstname.lastname@example.org or go to Minitendo.weebly.com Thank you
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Question by BobbyMcD1991 | last reply
Hello All, I am a new member to hack-a-day and was wondering if people had input into a project that I am working on. Basically what I want to make is a portable portfolio viewer that is a bit more quirky than what I have seen thus far. A lot of people are presenting on Ipads and the like... not fun enough. I want to wire an NES (original nintendo) controller to a digital picture frame and add a rechargeable battery to make it portable. As for the frame the most cost effective that I have found so far is Nix Digital 10" http://www.nix-digital.com/digital-frame/nix-n-easy-x10b-10-inch-hi-resolution-digital-picture-frame there are cheap battery packs available on amazon but they seem kind of wimpy...only 2 hours. http://www.amazon.com/Aluratek-ADMPFB100-Universal-Battery-Digital/dp/B00145CUJY?SubscriptionId=0E73DDYC8NA0NSVWPE82&tag;=askville-20&linkCode;=xm2&camp;=2025&creative;=165953&creativeASIN;=B00145CUJY And the NES Controller I have a bunch of. Also a battery indicator would be a nice plus! if any one has a successful nixie (or other lower voltage numerical tube) tube battery indicator method I would be very interested in reading about that. I attached an image of the wiring I would like to accomplish Any input about this project would be awesome. I am not as experienced in these kind of things as a lot of the cats around here just enthusiastic about figuring this out. Any help is appreciated! Cheers!
Topic by Nate_MF
Https://www.instructables.com/id/The-Genuine-NES-Bartop/ I attached a NES rom I made to my instructable, and when you click on it it comes up as random letters with a .TMP extension. (asdkfj2ljh2l5hkjhlhjaf.tmp). You can still download it and rename it, but it still shouldn't be doing this. Thanks for the help!
Topic by WhatULive4 | last reply
Can I use a flip phone?
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I saw someone put a pc into an NES, and on another website they put a DVD player into an NES. One guy even conterted his NES into a guitar and called it a NES Paul. But i think putting your Wii into a NES console would be even cooler. Then you could have your NES out everyday and make good use of it.
Question by Guynamedthomas281 | last reply
My Dad put a thing on my computer so i can download ANY NES game for FREE. Ive downloaded, Legend of Zelda, Zelda2, Kirby adventure, Metroid, super Mario Bros 1, 2, 3, Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy 5, and Pacman. What should i get next?
Question by FFVIIBOY | last reply
I got the two servos I ordered in the mail today, and I decided to control them with the NES controller I bought a few days ago. And this is my idea:An NES controller airsoft turret. I already have everything set, I just need to make hardware to move an airsoft gun with the servos, anyone know how?Here's the video of my accomplishment so far (sorry if I mumbled...):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXi-eKqdhTMAnd here's what I made the buttons do:Direction buttons move servosA ShootsB Toggles a laser pointer on and offStart brings the servos to center positionSelect toggles Automatic and SemiAutomatic fire
Topic by Login258 | last reply
Does anyone have any really good games for the nintendo, super nintendo, gameboy colour, or gameboy advanced games that i should buy? i really like rpgs, but any type will work. (im not asking to buy them from u if ur thinking that haha)
Question by octopuscabbage | last reply
Nintendo NES Multi cart Jukebox - how would you make a push button relay to switch between plugged in carts (game carts, plugged into a 72-pin connector, wired to a multi-relay switch board, then wired to 1 NES console board). How would you do 20? 50? 100?. I want to build a huge NES with a clear top showing all the game carts to choose from... like a big NES jukebox. HELP?!?!?!?
Question by sspirtos | last reply
In most emulators now, you can fast forward e.c.t and without a third arm i can't use them. so, i'm wonreding what do you all think. are looks more important than praticality?
Question by ubershoot | last reply
Hi, im making a NES computer kind of like the one already on instructables, but with a Raspberry Pi. I just need to know how I can buy the shell (Case? I dont know) of the NES. I dont want to buy and scrap an NES though(If possible). I wanna keep those guys alive :) Does anyone have any ideas as to how I can get one? Thanks alot! :D
Topic by crazyJ113 | last reply
Well that's my question. I don't want to destroy my NES controller while building it so an adapter that you can putt into the usb port or the NGC port whold be awesome.
Question by Torayami | last reply
Im trying to get my old Nintendo NES system to have extra LEDs kinda like this system HERE or this system HERE or even this system HERE and final this system HERE How do these people power the extra LEDs ? And where do I connect them?
Topic by jackillac92 | last reply
I don't want to give away too much about my upcoming project, but I am basically mounting an NES into a different enclosure. (Like Yoshi's Boxx from a few years ago on Tech TV) I bought some motherboard standoffs, but they are too short. (I need roughly 1" standoffs) At first I was thinking about using epoxy to create a standoff, but that will be ugly. Also if I mess something up it will be hard to remove. Maybe take some small aluminum pipe and jam the standoffs into it?
Question by skittlespider | last reply
I been wanting to buy Retrolink's SNES & NES controller but I would love the vintage feel of the REAL SNES Controller and my crazy idea was to hack up a USB Keyboard and mod the SNES & NES controller to be played on my Macbook using nestopia emulator, and my question is this (look at the next line for my question) Is it possible to hack up a USB Keyboard's chip and then Solder the wire to the contact points of the controller without modding it in any way or just nab a converter that does the job? I wanna bring new life to a scrapped USB Keyboard's chip instead of getting Retrolink's SNES Controller to plug and play. So how I can mod the controller without destorying the old chip inside?
Topic by SuperScourge | last reply
Hi Everyone, I came across the NES Zapper laser mod that burns things recently, and it lit a fire under my backside to do a similar build. I've scoured various other resources and have yet to come across exactly what I'm looking to do. And yes, I have already done a forum search for this project. So, since I found the NES Zapper laser gun on Instructables, it seemed only right that I reach out to the Instructables community for assistance in making this project a reality. I am a rookie at this sort of stuff, but really want to make this happen. I would like the battery to remain inside the Zapper, rechargeable by way of the female AC adapter connector. I'd also like to add sound effects, so a speaker and soundcard is going to be needed. I need help with the wiring circuit so I can adequately power the Laser, LEDs and sound effect without frying anything. Below is a list of the components that I know of, I know there are others I'll need which is where I hope those of you reading this can help me out. 1 x Nintendo Entertainment System Zapper pistol 1 x 230-250mW 532nm laser 1-3 x Diffused Green LEDs 1 x Rechargeable CR123A 3.7 Lithium-Ion Battery (OLight has built in circuit board to prevent overcharging, over discharging and over discharge current) 1 x CR123A battery housing (found on thingiverse) Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance! Dan Solo
Topic by DanSolo81 | last reply
I'm really new to emulators, and i successfully used a SEGA Genesis one, but i found a NES emulator (FCEUX) and i can't open a single damn file! I've followed the instructions, just click "file" and open the file, but WHAT is the file, WHERE is the file. -NYPA
Question by NYPA | last reply
Ok, so I have decided to make an EPROM programmer so I can upload NES games to cartridges ( home-brew, not pirated. ) Does anyone know how to do this? I am a novice at coding, and, when it comes down to wiring, I can't really discern which resistor goes here and there and what value it should be, things like that. When I google "arduino eprom writer" All I get is EEPROM writers. I just want to know if someone on instructables has done it, and how.
Question by Krayzi99 | last reply