Use your Gameboy, MGB, GBC, GBA, GBA SP, GB Micro, DS and DS Lite as a wireless controller on a PC, RPi, NES, SNES, Gamecube & WiiDesigned by insideGadgets, Ships from Australia
This product is build to order, usually within 1-3 days Play games on your PC, laptop, RPi, etc or play your Gamecube, Wii (using the GC port) or the Super Nintendo wirelessly using any Gameboy o...Read More…
This product is build to order, usually within 1-3 days
Play games on your PC, laptop, RPi, etc or play your Gamecube, Wii (using the GC port) or the Super Nintendo wirelessly using any Gameboy of your choice (depends on the transmitter you purchase).
You will need a cart and receiver as a minimum to get started. You can have multiple receivers per cart and you can use the same receiver for either the GB or GBA TX cart. Any receivers/transmitters you purchase will be paired together. If you are unsure about your use case, please send us a quick email to email@example.com.
Gamecube receiver - Plugs into the Gamecube controller port
Super Nintendo receiver - Plugs into the Super Nintendo controller port
NES receiver (BYO cable only, connector is too large to ship)
WiiMote Expansion Port receiver - Plugs into the WiiMote style expansion port and acts as a Classic Controller.
Use adapter boards to change the connector, you will need a Base board and an adapter board as a minimum. Adapter boards options include: USB, NES, SNES, GC and WiiMote.
Gameboy TX cart
GBA TX cart
Please note that there is no encryption or security available for this device, while this should pose no issue for home users, it would be possible for an attacker to potentially take over your controls or block your control.
The Gameboy TX cart comes in a generic clear or grey Gameboy cartridge. GBA TX cart comes in a generic dark grey cartridge. Each unit is assembled in house and is tested on a Gameboy Advance. The PCB finish is ENIG, Gold fingers (on the edge connector) with a 45 degree bevel to give the maximum life for insertion/removal of the cartridge. You may hear some buzzing sounds coming from the speaker which is normal, it’s just the wireless packets being sent; it seems to sound louder on an original Gameboy.
Karol | Feb. 18, 2019
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