Nintendo GameCube

The GameCube is an excellent console system with many excellent games that stand the test of time. My personal favourite GameCube games are Mario Sunshine, Mario Kart, Mario Party, Mario Tennis; as well as several other classic titles. There are many GameCube titles that are excellent quality that you’ve probably not even heard of; like Sphinx and Battalion Wars.

Modding video

Modding done to GameCube for the Alpha Omega project

GameBoy Advance Player

Introduction to the master controller and demo of it working with these systems

Wiring controller to motherboard

Supplying power to the GameCube

The 12v line only provides 4mA to the system, for audio. From what I read, this line runs fine off 5v instead.


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  2. Hey could you get a portable dvd player and use that for the battery, screen,speaker, and case for the portable gamecube. it seem like you could slim it down enough?

  3. Do you think it would be possible to porablize a gamecube by using a portable dvd player. The portable dvd player already has a screen and a battery and a case. do you think it could work?

  4. HEy do you think it would be possible to get a portable dvd player and fit a gamecube into it’s case. I mean it already has a battery and a screen, plus you might be able to use the dvd players disc drive and use it for the game cube. Do you think it could be possible?

  5. if you make a portable Gamecube, please have the disk drive. No Wiikey Fusion.

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  8. Great advice bacteria
    thanks to you, my portable isn’t just tangled wires. Just wondering, i have rechargeable Nickel-Metal Hydrate (Ni-MH) batteries designed for a Wii remote. is it possible to use them as a power supply because i have 2 at 3.7 volts each?

  9. i have the newer Gamecube that does not have the separate power board. how would i put power to the gamecube?

  10. im not great at telling what everything is would you help explain to me how to hookup the batteries to the gamecube? i know i have to sadder the wires but there is a – and a + where would i sadder those?

  11. You are too awsom man.

    I wish you make one ps2 protable for me…. :D

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  14. Could you make a Portable GameCube? I would like to see it and I want to build one, just not as a part of a multi-system.

  15. I was just wondering if you will be able to tell what batteries to use, how to hook them up along with the LCD screen, controller, cooling, etc like your n64 videos/wiring guides. I was very interested in making one of these but I can’t seem to find a good guide (I’m afraid I might mess up if I don’t do it right haha) and I am hoping you could make one. If any questions Email me.

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