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At the end of March, I went from booth to booth in the Artist Alley of Seattle's Sakura-con anime convention to seek out the coolest unofficial fan-made Splatoon merch, and these artists didn't disappoint! I got stickers with matching pins, "Woomy!" pins, badge pins, pixelated bead squids, and "Off The Hook" keychain charms of Pearl and Marina, which ironically come with cute fishhooks dangling below them. Nothing officially made by Nintendo is going in it, I prefer fan-made stuff.
(Has anyone else made an Ita bag? If so, you can show it off here if you'd like.)
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So for the past three days, I've been building a RetroBox™. I saw a YouTube video of some guy building one, and thought I could build one better. So I did. Has a Raspberry Pi 3 inside of course, runs Raspian 4.3, and will primarily be for playing old MAME arcade games that actually utilize a joystick and arcade buttons. (Turtles In Time, The Simpsons Arcade, NBA Jam, Metal Slug, etc.) When I get the last 2 parts in the mail, it will have 4 rubber feet on bottom, power and HDMI in the back, 2 USB ports accessible from the side, and easy access to the SD card in the Pi 3. A follow-up post of the finished box with video will come later this week.
I did it fam.... I finally completed the final build of my Gameboy Color XXL. (And a few weeks ahead of schedule too!) I've been working on it since early June. My brother did 100% of the wood work and paint job. I did all the installation of parts, purchasing over $260+ of said parts, the project planning and direction, and troubleshooting power-draw issues. (I decided on metallic purple, but this lighting is terrible.) runs cool, and barely draws over 1 Amp of power from the mega-sized power bank inside. I've loaded it up with NES, SNES, Gameboy Color/Advance, GameGear, Genesis, and PS1 games. Also has Kodi media player and DOOM 2 installed. It's 5am here, and I'm going to bed.
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