For fans of gaming, sometimes it’s refreshing to take a step back into a simpler time. The good folks over at GmanModz are back with something new, breaking records in the process. GmanModz has broken the record for the world’s smallest portable Nintendo 64.
The build uses real parts from the original N64, offering a compact design that features seamless gameplay action. The design was created with 3D printing and boasts smaller Joy-Con thumbsticks. The handheld N64 also includes a 3.5 inch LCD display, a headphone jack, and a lithium-ion 18650 battery cell.
Sleek, unique, small, and effective, the device is also capable of being played and charged simultaneously. Take a look at the Nintendo 64 retooling up top and find out more in the short video below. Find out more from GmanModz and keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more tech and gaming news.
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