New members, introduce yourself!

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Post by martin8777 » Mon Sep 18, 2017 6:21 pm


I've been lurking for a while as I seem to keep being referred to sudomod from other sources whenever I'm looking into Retropie handheld projects. I'm juggling a number of ideas at the moment and have a horrible habit or starting things when I feel inspired and not finishing them. On the go at the moment is a Sega Game Gear in bits that will one day have a Pi Zero or A+ in it, an Electronic Arts Sega Genesis cartridge which will house a pi zero w to act as a mini console for a friend for xmas (time limit on that one) and now I'm thinking of cramming a pi zero into a broken Nintendo DS that I have to. I hope to be engaging more in the forums soon!

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Re: New members, introduce yourself!

Post by Flynn » Tue Sep 19, 2017 1:21 pm

Flynn Here! Hey Guys thanks for putting together a place where such creativity can be found!

I have been lurking for a bit here and thanks to this site and youtube I was able to build a GBZ with a PI3. had to cut the PI board a bit to fit. Do have a noobish question. When a run of PCB's like the MintyPi one is available, is that posted under buy and sell?

Thanks guys

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Re: New members, introduce yourself!

Post by magaccio » Wed Oct 04, 2017 1:38 pm

Hi this is magaccio speaking!

Hello, i magaccio from Italy! I’m here to understand how to create a GBZ!

I’am a 3d artist (not printer) but I really like DIY project! I hope you could help me, if i found all the pieces needed

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Post by lotusalex2000 » Wed Oct 11, 2017 1:35 pm

Hi, I'm lotusalex(Alex) from Germany.
I like DIY Projects, and retro Gaming.

Normally, I have DIY Projects for water coolers for PC, Smart Home with enoceon or play on my good old SNES :-).
I love this forum!

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Re: New members, introduce yourself!

Post by TheBeardedJake » Wed Oct 18, 2017 6:34 am

Gday all,

TheBeardedJake (Names Jake, have a beard. Makes sense :lol: ) from Australia (Victoria for any other aussies out there)

An IT Support guy with passion for burning my fingers on the soldering iron trying to make something at the odd hours of the morning before work. Also a lover of cars. If im not working or working on something i am out driving solo or with mates on some random road in the bush.

I hope to make a contribution to the group in the future, however for now i shall lurk and pipe in with useless info from time to time.

Peace out, crack a cold beer and relax

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Re: New members, introduce yourself!

Post by Cfink » Sat Nov 04, 2017 8:35 am

Hi everyone. Been lurking While waiting for kites circuit sword to pre order. Lots of good stuff on the forum. Hope I can contribute to it in the future.

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Re: New members, introduce yourself!

Post by ZeroContext » Sat Nov 04, 2017 11:59 am

New to the forum as of two days ago. I was pleasantly surprised to find Kite's Circuit Sword that seems to take much of the work out of building a GBZ. I have been looking for an elegant solution for some time now. I also build custom keyboards and do PC watercooling, and am a 3D printing enthusiast.

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Post by TheHappiestBug » Mon Nov 20, 2017 11:07 am

I'm TheHappiestBug, and I've been toying with electronics since I was 11. The GBZ got me started, and I've been watching this forum for years. I stopped for a while, but got back into it with the start of my Pi 3 GB.

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Post by CPLSeraphim » Mon Nov 20, 2017 6:01 pm

I have been a lurker on sudomod for a while. I stumbled on it when I was building an arcade for my dad (RPi3, 32" LED TV), a Console for me (RPi3, 2 pc fans, 500GB HDD and Jumper cables for autos to neaten things up on the outside.) I am no programmer, but I love seeing what people are doing with these computers, and how I can adapt things for my use. Berry boot is cool because of the multiple OS's available. Utilizing RPi's for Amateur Radio, gaming, computing, Outernet and whatever else just blows my mind. I love the creative atmosphere here, and the people are always so generous with knowledge ot became time to become a member.

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Re: New members, introduce yourself!

Post by FFighters5 » Fri Nov 24, 2017 9:37 am

Hi my name is Jimmie/FFighters5(gamertag). Found this place through youtube and my constant searching for more raspberry pi/retropi info. Been interested in a dyi retro gameboy project for most of this year and recently found this site. Just been doing info searching and reading so far. I'm an avid gamer still. Still own all my old retro gaming systems from NES/Mastersystem days to current PS4. With a few missing here and there, N64/32X/etc. Previous systems I've modded/softmodded to play retro games are, PS1/PS2/Dreamcast/Xbox(Original)/GBA/GB DS, but nothing to the level of a raspberry pi diy system. I like the idea of having a handheld system to relive my retro gaming youth. I am a Mechanical Designer working in 3D systems such as Autodesk Inventor and SolidWorks.

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