by Pedro Ruiz
Hi guys, I spent hours on this game console. On the design first, to make it as small as possible (while keeping performance) and on the mapping buttons for some emulators that didn’t work great on the original project found on adafruit. I named it “Super Game Pi 64” because I started with the adafruit super game Pi project and I made a lot of changes to upgrade the game console and make the N64 works with GPIO buttons
download the files on: http://ift.tt/2mx1bX0
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