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September 30, 2010

Game Boy Advance Rapid Fire Hack

at 1:33 pm. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks, Game Hacks


Are your hands cramping after playing your favorite game on your Game Boy Advance? Have a look at this Game Boy Advance Rapid Fire Hack by the Hackers Workbench to give your fingers a break. This circuit will simulate you tapping the B button for all you’re worth. The other nice thing about the design is since there only a few components you can just dead bug it right inside the game.

Thanks William.

“Parts list:
(1)Dual two input nand gate IC (I used a triple three input NAND gate IC because it was what I had on hand)
(1)2n2222 NPN transistor
(1)0.1uF ceramic capacitor
(1)Mini momentary on switch from a computer mouse, or similar
(1)1M ohm resistor (the value of this resistor can be mucked around a bit)
Some thin wire”



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10 Responses to “Game Boy Advance Rapid Fire Hack”

  1. Pouncer Says:

    Cool, but I didn’t think anyone even played the GBA anymore.

  2. nate Says:

    i do and its plays not played

  3. Ben Says:

    I made something like this four years ago, but I put two buttons on for the autofire

  4. Chris Says:

    Dude, learn how to solder!

  5. William Says:

    I used leadless solder for this, so that is why the soldering looks like crap.

  6. Alan Parekh Says:

    Chris, why so negative? Please keep your comments constructive around here.

  7. spreelanka Says:

    you mean “why So negative?”
    alan parekh you type dvorak don’t you :-p

  8. Alan Parekh Says:

    Thanks for catching that. 🙂

  9. Chris Says:

    Sorry, didn’t mean to negative. If things just look a bit, well, nicer. Cool idea.

  10. Johnstir Says:

    hey its atleast something to keep in mind thou

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