Dr. Scott Baker has developed an adapter that allows you to use Playstation 2 analog controllers on an Atari 5200, that is available on gitHub: This adapter allows you to use a PS2 controller on an Atari 5200 gaming console. The 5200 was notable at the time for its use of analog joysticks, but the […]
Dr. Scott M. Baker made a custom controller for the Atari 5200 vintage gaming console, that is available on Github: I decided to make my own Atari 5200 analog controller, using a sparkfun thumbstick together with ADC and digital pot to do the potentiometer scaling. The controller is aesthetically a bit rough, consisting of a […]
TonyD shares his latest DirtyPCB project in the project log forum: the R-Kade Zero, a tiny video gaming system It’s basically a interchangeable mini gaming controller board for the RPi Zero. Being interchangeable it gives the player a choice for their favourite style of play. You can visit his Kickstart page for more info.
Max Thrun has written a detailed article on his hand-held gaming console based around the beaglebone black. It covers everything from custom PCBs, to a 3D printed prototype enclosure, to a final enclosure laser cut from delrin: Older brother of the LaunchPad GamingPack, the BeagleBone GamingCape transforms your BeagleBone into a full fledged hand-held gaming console capable […]