Modder Creates GameCube Mini
Fans of the NES and SNES Classic will no doubt be surprised to see Nintendrew’s custom GameCube Mini.
Similar in size to the NES and SNES Classic and costing more than $200, this custom GameCube Mini uses a UP2 Squared single-board computer. A Windows 10 setup was used, and about two-thirds of games tested ran at an acceptable level. EmulationStation was used for the UI, and the case was created using Tinkercad and a 3D printer.
You can see what went into the GameCube Mini below:
Building the GameCube Classic Edition Mini Console – DIY! | Nintendrew
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