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jahilton2002

Scale Gameboy arcade

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its incredible 00 how a small handheld can be changed into a giant one

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:adore: one of my top tens projects, and 3 of 10 are yours lol!!!

Only 3 out of 10?....... we've finished 2 cabs and have 2 in progress. i count that as 4! :proud: lol

thanks for the comments dude :top:

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Bonus points for a monochrome screen lol.

Sent from my LG-P769 using Tapatalk 2

Pah.........screen_zps23e4613f.jpg

I'm curious how it will be played :)

functional buttons, with the option to use a NES pad.

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Pah.........screen_zps23e4613f.jpg

functional buttons, with the option to use a NES pad.

Are you going with USB or NES connectors and where are you putting them?

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The Gameboy VGA struggle

As some of the Gameboy project followers are aware. One of our main concerns was how to output the Gameboy’s screen to a VGA monitor. This has given us a major headache, as we simply having no idea (at all) how to do this.

We searched the internet hi and low and found nothing but “dead-end” projects. We finally stumbled across this gem of a site;

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http://www.fpgaarcade.com/

The owner of the site (AKA Mike), is in the progress of developing and manufacturing a FPGA board designed specifically for the gaming/Arcade community. The “Replay” board...............CLICK TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE

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The Gameboy VGA struggle

As some of the Gameboy project followers are aware. One of our main concerns was how to output the Gameboy’s screen to a VGA monitor. This has given us a major headache, as we simply having no idea (at all) how to do this.

We searched the internet hi and low and found nothing but “dead-end” projects. We finally stumbled across this gem of a site;

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http://www.fpgaarcade.com/

The owner of the site (AKA Mike), is in the progress of developing and manufacturing a FPGA board designed specifically for the gaming/Arcade community. The “Replay” board...............CLICK TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE

I love this project mate you the man, it's looking awesome :)

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http://www.fpgaarcade.com/

The owner of the site (AKA Mike), is in the progress of developing and manufacturing a FPGA board designed specifically for the gaming/Arcade community. The “Replay” board...............CLICK TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE

I clicked. I liked. Very nice find. And yeah I have no idea why that little device hasn't been noticed more.

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The Gameboy Hacks have started

As mentioned before. Mike over at www.fpgaarcade.com is helping us make our Gameboy project a reality.

He sent use a picture today that got our attention!

here’s what he had to say;

I’ve attached the victim to a Replay board and captured the video signal.

The picture below is a bit fuzzy, but I had to add small resistors to protect the FPGA from the 5V signals.

The next step is probably to remove the gameboy crystal and send a clock over from the Replay PLL. This will allow me to lock the VGA and the gameboy video together to avoid any tearing.

GameboyHack_zps22c9830b.jpg

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This is insanity.

Everyone knows you can expose a Gameboy to gamma radiation and it will grow to that size. I guess the eggs all over your face.

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OMG THIS IS THE CUWLEST THING FFR XD

F*** the PS4, i'm gonna aks santa to give me one of these babies for christmas XD

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Hi Guys,

Just to let you know, we haven't abandoned this project.

You wouldn't believe the number of emails and msgs we get on this thing from all over the world.....Lots of eyes are watching this build, so we want to get it right.

The main reason we haven't progressed much on this build is because of the video output issue.

This project is now our only project at the moment.... Hopefully 2015 will be a good year :)

..................... oh and i think a door just opened for us ;)

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Why would I want this? I have hyperspin. I already have full HD gameboy games!

I don't understand? If you have HS and play HD GB games you don't need this?

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