I've been working on this project for a while now.

It's a NES with a Gameboy DMG installed with a bunch of other crap. Intended to help develop some stuff.

NES:
-50 pin D-Sub with access to PPU and cart lines for visual glitch effects (via patch bay), audio lines, and various other lines, with plenty of open spots
-NES Stereo Lines (RCA)
-Remote Foot Switch Reset Jack (3/32")
-Disabled Lockout Chip
-WHITE POWER LED!!!!

Gameboy:
-There's a fucking DMG crammed into that NES with the LCD/Buttons mounted up top.
-Cart slot and link port loacated on the left side of NES
-Powered by NES PSU (will power on even if NES is off)
-ArduinoBoy
-Variable Clock
-Prosound (RCA)
-PS/2 keyboard jack



Because, why not?
















I've made some add-ons to this including an Arduino-controlled visual glitch sequencer. I'll update with videos of that soon.



Last edited by Boddah (September 9, 2016 1:40 am)

DAMN!!!!!!! Hell yeah!

Neat!

Did you just make your own wide boy? Cause awesome!

holy shit amazing!

Cool, but you may want to reconsider how you describe that power indicator mod... especially when in all caps! wink

Charbot wrote:

Cool, but you may want to reconsider how you describe that power indicator mod... especially when in all caps! wink


It deserves all caps and four exclamations, if not five, because that's the mod that makes this NES stand out. The power indication light emitting diode enhancement modification isn't something you see every day.