Old school gamers were excited to hear that Nintendo will be launching a Classic Mini NES this fall with 30 pre-loaded games. It’s awesome for sure, but some may find the built-in library lacking.
The good news is that one enterprising gamer named Daft Mike made his own mini-NES using a 3D printer and a Raspberry Pi—and it’s a helluva lot cooler than the official version (except for the tiny controller). Check out all of the features below.
Daft Mike also wrote a post that outlines the details of the build for anyone with the skills and equipment to pull it off. You can check that out here.