SNES USB Controller with 2GB Storage

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Jun 6, 2011
  1. snake2
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    So after making my NES controller some of my friends asked if I could make a SNES controller with on board storage as well, and I replied "Challenge accepted!" so here are some pictures of the controller

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    I used the same converter chip and USB hub as the NES controller and used a 2GB Mushkin USB drive.

    I loaded SNES9X and NEStopia along with every NTSC game (includeing Star Fox 2 [​IMG]) and still have over 1GB free

    After putting the controller together the Start button was giving me some crap so I scrapped it with the exacto knife and it is good as new
     
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    Please tell me you're selling these 0_0
     
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    haha, I have already promised the above one to a co-worker for $80 and plan on making a few more, have finals this week so maybe next week I will make another of each controller
     
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    but the controller can only be used as the storage right ? you can't use it for playing ?
     
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    yes you can use it to play the games, that is where the USB hub comes into play
     
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    Woah... So you can put the roms on it and use it to play... brb, cleaning my keyboard and monitor.
     
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    I hope your keyboard is non-stick
     
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