After two hugely successful retro console re-releases with the NES Classic and SNES Classic, Nintendo unfortunately never got around to shrinking down its other consoles. Now a YouTuber by the name of Madmorda has stepped in to help with a fully functioning miniature Nintendo GameCube. It features four working controller ports, draws power over Micro USB, and there’s even a USB Type-A port that can be used with the Wii U’s USB GameCube adapter.
Rather than using a Raspberry Pi or other mini computer to emulate the console, Madmorda instead used a circuit board harvested from a Wii, heavily modified to get it to fit inside the tiny plastic candy box they used as a case. The Wii’s CPU and GPU are basically faster, smaller, more…
Go to Source
Author: Jon Porter