nes80top
The project which we will be working on for this year’s Ghost of Portables Past is the 80′s NEStop, an NES portable in a laptop design, with the intent of having it look like the old Sony TV I used to play it on growing up. Started in 2011 and last worked on in March of 2014, it is more than time to try and finish this project up. This worklog will be abbreviated showing the highlights of this month’s progress; a more in-depth worklog (and the worklogs of other GHOSTS projects from other contestants) can be found on the Bitfix Forums.
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ghosts2
Do regrets of neglected projects still haunt the you to core of your very soul? Does your workbench wail in vain for all eternity waiting for a new project? Search the depths of your Toolbox to gather Something of the Thread, Something of the Head, Something of the Body, and Something of the Dead for a Soldering Iron voodoo doll to participate in the Second Annual Ghosts of Portables Past Event, hosted this year at the Bitfixgaming Community!
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6261256
Not to be satisfied with just using pre-existing Stick-on Decals to make his Mini Dorm Fridge look like a Gameboy, Canadian Hacker Daniel d’Entremont AKA Modpurist went the extra mile to add a PC Monitor, a Raspberry Pi 2 computer, and some woodworking ingenuity to make a fully functional (both in gaming and refrigeration aspects) Gameboy-themed Mini Fridge.
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welcomemgc
Another Year, another Midwest Gaming Classic in the books, and what a show it was. With ~364 or so days to go until MGC 2016, time to scour the internet for articles, tweets, recaps, tours, interviews, and any other content to relive the best weekend of the year. As we await the future, we present to you This Year in Pictures, MGC 2015.
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