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How To Install The 3DO FZ-1 Door Brackets

This guide will walk you through installing our Panasonic 3DO FZ-1 Door Brackets for people with Mnemo’s 3DO ODE installed. As you may or may not know, when you install Mnemo’s 3DO ODE you end up removing the CD-ROM drive which holds the drive door in place. These brackets add support for the door so …

Posted on Feb 1, 2021

How To Install Our Gameboy Zero Z2 Rear Button Housing

Updated 2/25/2021 – Housing v2 added In this guide, I will show you how to install our “Gameboy Z2” rear button housing in a Nintendo Gameboy DMG case. Before you get started please be careful with the housings. They are printed in resin to give them sharp details over an FDM 3D printer but they …

Posted on Jan 18, 2021

How To Use My Raspberry Pi Safe Shutdown Board

In this guide, I will walk you through how to wire up my Raspberry Pi safe shutdown board using either an Adafruit’s PowerBoost 1000c or Helder’s RetroPSU. The process is very straight forward and only requires five wires leading to the safe shutdown board from the PSU and Raspberry Pi. Safe shutdown is essential to …

Posted on Nov 11, 2020

How to Install Borti’s NESRGB-IGR On A Front Loader NES

One of the cooler features of Tim Worthington’s NESRGB mod is the ability to swap color palettes on the fly. This normally requires installation of a toggle switch of some kind mounted to your NES case. It’s functional but it’s not exactly the most elegant mod. Luckily, there’s a much better solution from an electrical …

Posted on Oct 29, 2020

How to use a GDEMU to Replace Your Dreamcast’s Broken GD-ROM

I recently picked up a broken Sega Dreamcast on the cheap. I decided to modernize a few components to get it back to good working order. In my search for parts, I came across a something called a “GDEMU”, which is an Optical Drive Emulator (ODE) that replaces the entire GD-ROM unit in the Dreamcast. …

Posted on Jun 17, 2020

Custom 3D Printed Battery Pack For The Sega Nomad

When the Sega Nomad was released back in ‘95 there were three power options available to gamers: 6 AA batteries, a 7.2v rechargeable battery pack, or the 9v DC wall wart adapter from the Model 2 Genesis. Oddly enough, the Nomad really only needed 5v to run. This got me wondering if I could power …

Posted on May 23, 2020

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