Homemade Handheld N64 System

Apr 14, 2014

Category: Tech

90s kids, hold on tight to that VHS copy of Jumanji; your mind is about to be blown. There’s a guy out there who loves his Nintendo 64 so much, he’s forsaken all of his Friday and Saturday nights over the past year to build this: a handheld N64 system.

He goes by the mysterious name of ‘Bungle,’ and he’s posted a video on a retro console mods site that shows exactly how he built this beauty. There’s a 3.5″ screen, Rumble Pak, just under four hours of battery life, and a GameCube analog stick to guide Mario and co. through their journeys as you spend way too much time on the toilet. And good news: Bungle has indicated he wants to start mass producing his creation and selling it. Watch the video below.

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