In a particularly clever if destructive hack, a maker named Zach cleared out the guts of anNES cartridge and stuck in a a<a target=”_blank” href=”https://www.adafruit.com/category/105?gclid=CjwKEAjwgo6_BRC32q6_5s2R-R8SJAB7hTG-a8s8-V_2I5Kdi13_f6mbmHoEXfHHFZbUWS12ubhL4BoC8DHw_wcB”Raspberry Pi Zero and an Amazon USB hub to create the ultimate retro NES emulator. It even fits back into its original sleeve for easy storage.
The project is surprisingly simple. All you really need to do is crack the cartridge case and position the parts. Then it’s simply a matter of closing the thing up and plugging it back in. It doesn’t have an Internet connection but you can easily add a Wi-Fi adapter to the mix to go online.
The project uses RetroPie, the multi-platform game emulator, and is powered by a mini USB cable plugged into a power supply.
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