Hailrazer's N64 in a GameCube Gameboy Player

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Hailrazer's N64 in a GameCube Gameboy Player

Post by hailrazer » Sat Dec 29, 2012 9:33 pm

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I finally got time to do another project.

I have always wanted to combine an N64 and a Gamecube. But how to do it?
Well I had a GameBoy Player laying around ....... would it work ?

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Well let's rip it apart and see.

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Hmm looks like it might work.

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But we need to trim it up a bit.

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Now let's see if we can get some controller ports in there.

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Now for the hard part , let's get that darn N64 in there ...........
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Re: Hailrazer's N64 in a GameCube Gameboy Player

Post by hailrazer » Sat Dec 29, 2012 9:33 pm

So now I had to do some re-working.

1. Add Ram HeatSinks
2. Trim the N64 main board.
3. Fold the cart slot.
4. Trim and fold the expansion pak.
5. Re-wire the controller ports.
6. Wire power.
7. Wire audio/video

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Wow !!! I got it to fit. Now will it fit with an Everdrive 64 in there ????

YUP !!!!

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Now let's get those wires out somehow :

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1. Wire it up to the Gamecube power
2. Wire it up to the Gamecube Audio/Video
3. Add a switch to switch between the 2
4. Add a reset button
5. Add a power led.

FINISHED PRODUCT !!!!

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Re: Hailrazer's N64 in a GameCube Gameboy Player

Post by jeffslot » Sun Dec 30, 2012 2:42 pm

Love it, simply awesome !

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Re: Hailrazer's N64 in a GameCube Gameboy Player

Post by metrolf » Tue Jan 01, 2013 11:26 pm

Oh God, what!? I love it :lol:
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YESSSSSS!!!
Oh my gosh! What have I done?

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Re: Hailrazer's N64 in a GameCube Gameboy Player

Post by Hifeno » Fri Jan 04, 2013 8:18 pm

Now put the old GBA player inside the Gamecube and have 3 systems in one. since you don't need the Gamecube disc drive anymore should be enough room.
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Re: Hailrazer's N64 in a GameCube Gameboy Player

Post by hailrazer » Fri Jan 04, 2013 8:45 pm

Hifeno wrote:Now put the old GBA player inside the Gamecube and have 3 systems in one. since you don't need the Gamecube disc drive anymore should be enough room.
Well I guess. But I don't really play the old Gameboy games.
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Re: Hailrazer's N64 in a GameCube Gameboy Player

Post by RGB_Gamer » Thu Jan 10, 2013 7:07 pm

Hailraizer,

How much to make me one?

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Re: Hailrazer's N64 in a GameCube Gameboy Player

Post by hailrazer » Thu Jan 10, 2013 9:57 pm

Well it would be quite expensive.

Parts alone :
Gamecube --- $25
WiiKey Fusion -- $50
N64 -- $25
Expansion Pak - $15
Everdrive 64 -- $125
Gamecube Gameboy Player -- $20
Knight Rider Led -- $20
64gb sd card for WiiKey -- $50
8gb Sd card for Everdrive -- $15
Total --- $345

Then add labor. Hmm you're looking at around $650 minimum. Doubt it would be worth it to most people.
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