…and other terrible, unforgivable puns, but 3DPrinting hits PortablesofDoom! The Up! Mini 3D Printer was purchased for the shop; a consumer level, fully assembled “Ready to Print out of the box” 3D Printer! (more…)
In the inaugural Featured article looking at Projects and Portables from around the internet, we have Loveablechevy’s latest portable the HandyPNP; a multiconsole system which turns a large collection of plugnplay consoles into dedicated game carts for use in a base console design.
Welcome to our featured series, where we take a look at user created portables and video game related projects made by other portablizers from around the internet. Do you have or know of a project you want us to cover? Let us know!
Check out our quick interview featured in the Spooky Pinball Podcast, live from Midwest Gaming Classic! Charlie Emery of Spooky Pinball stopped by our event space Friday night during his tour of the MGC for the “Golden” Episode of the Spooky Pinball Podcast. (more…)
Totally lack soldering skills?
The Sega Nomad, like it’s big brother the Genesis, is almost completely region free!
Trouble is, the Japanese Mega-Drive games don’t really fit the cart slot too well…
So what’s the solution? (more…)
A helpful, step by step guide with lovingly hand drawn illustrations and photographs by your friend Triton. Now If you’re viewing this article, you’ve read the back of the business card that you received when you purchased the NES A/V mod kit from us, or followed along in the NES AV Mod Part I: Building guide and made your own. Ready to continue your journey to better video output quality on your Toploader NES?
We’ve seen the LCD mod and how beautiful a thing it is, as well as how much it improves the power consumption of the Nomad. So with this new-found efficiency and visibility, what more could you want? Why, a power source that doesn’t create clutter, that’s what! Here, we’re going to demonstrate how to install a permanent set of internal batteries and forever eliminate the need for a clunky wall-wart or an ugly tumor of a battery pack jutting out the back.
Up first in our series of Sega Nomad Mods is a new LCD screen. The stock Nomad screen, while better than the screen featured on the Sega Gamegear (which isn’t saying much, really), it was still a blurry, washed out mess. Thankfully, we have arrived onto the future and screen technology is vastly improved, cheaper, and widely available. Let’s get started!
Thats right, The AV mods featured in my article right here will be available for purchase at the Midwest Gaming Classic this April 12th and 13th! this mod is pretty easy to build yourself, but I’ve gone and made it even easier by providing the kit pre-wired and assembled, with step by step directions on how to install the board in your NES. Price for the basic kit will be $20.00, or $40.00 installed. Add a power LED for only $5.00 more! I will be accepting cash and credit/debit at the show! see you there!