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This mud put a Wii in a GameBoy Advance SP – Review Geek



A photo of the Wii SPii playing 'Mario Galaxy 2'
StonedEdge

Despite the Wii’s incredible legacy, there is no legitimate way to play the classic games on modern hardware. There are several ways to get around this hurdle, but some techniques are more ambitious than others. StonedEdge̵

7;s homemade Wii SPii is extraordinarily ambitious to say the least.

As the name implies, the Wii SPii is a portable Wii with the clamshell design of a GameBoy Advance SP. StonedEdge started work on the custom console 10 months ago and followed the development process on the BitBuilt forum. Every part of the Wii Spii is tailor-made, from the circuit to the plastic shell, and the thoughtful button layout (with four pressure sensitive shoulder buttons) accommodates games from the Wii, Gamecube and N64.

The Wii SPii contains an all-in-one circuit board and runs on BBLoader, a software developed by the BitBuilt community for Wii portables. It loads games from an SD card and charges via USB-C. It also has a 3.5-inch VGA panel, a marked improvement over the GameBoy Advance SP’s 2.9-inch screen.

StonedEdge does not sell Wii SPii consoles, but you can view the mud work log and completed build log on the BitBuilt forums. You can also follow StonedEdge on YouTube to stay up to date on future projects.

Source: StonedEdge via import




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