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August 14, 2010

GameBoy and PIC Microcontroller Hacked into an Analog Meter

at 12:41 pm. Filed under Complex Hacks, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks, Game Hacks


Dig that GameBoy Advanced out of your closet for this GameBoy and PIC Microcontroller Hacked into an Analog Meter project. Ken Kaarvik used a PIC24HJ128GP502 to run the project, what is really cool is that the GBA doesn’t load the program from a cartridge but rather directly from the PIC microcontroller! This isn’t the first project that Ken has done with a Game Boy, have a look at lots more here.

The GBA is able to link two or more systems together though it’s serial port and only requires a single cartridge to boot up both GBA’s. My circuit emulates the master GBA with the cartridge.


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