If you thought you’ve seen everything a gifted gamer can do, you better think again, as a YouTuber recently decided to build a Game Boy Advance SP using LEGO bricks and managed to make it work.
Would you like to have this console?
As you surely know, the community maintains itself with quite interesting projects that leave players speechless. A good example of this is a retro Nintendo handheld console recently created in a very curious way.
We are referring to a Game Boy Advance SP made with LEGO blocks that looks incredible and, to the surprise of many, can run games from the original console. Here you can see the video that shows how it was created:
“This video will show me building a fully functional Game Boy Advance SP out of LEGO bricks. Of course, it will continue to have internal components such as the LCD screen, the motherboard and the buttons, ”says part of the material description.
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As you could see, the work was done by Miguel, the owner of Retro Stash Repairs, a YouTube channel dedicated to fixing retro consoles, where you can find videos on how to fix specific parts of a Game Boy Advance in its different versions.
However, this time the skilled YouTuber demonstrated that Nintendo’s portable console can work with the famous blocks and some modifications, all using an electric drill to create the necessary openings and slots in the hardware, as well as connecting the wiring by hand. between the main computer and the screen.
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It is worth mentioning that the curious LEGO Game Boy Advance SP looks simple at first glance, although it is quite an achievement that the user could run Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 without problem to surprise all his followers.
What do you think of the YouTuber’s job? Tell us in the comments.
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