PiNES Retro arcade console

Discussion in 'General Video Gaming Chat' started by TRIXXY DIXXY, Jul 10, 2016.

  1. TRIXXY DIXXY

    TRIXXY DIXXY
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    I've finally (nearly) finished building a PiNES. I started the project over a year ago but never got round to finishing it off. I've tried to keep the console looking as original as possible.

    General Notes :

    * Attached Raspi2 to acyrilic sheet then attached this to the NES using the motherboard mount points.
    * Opened up the rear ports for the USB sockets, had to put an extra hole in for the HDMI output.
    * Opened up cartridge slot slightly to accomodate a NES30 bluetooth controller.

    Just want to get the power button working and the NES and SNES emulators running smoothly.


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  2. markgray86

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    Looks great!
     

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