If you like 100 LEDs slowly changing colors this is a fun kit to build. If you are looking to practice your soldering skills and have something to show for it, this is also a great kit to build. The instructions are clear, and spare LEDs and resistors (all are 2K ohm) are included. I built the kit with the LEDs that change colors. There is also a kit with LEDs that blink. I refer to the blinking LED kit as a super computer (tip of the hat to Big Clive on YouTube), and I think of the color changing LEDs as a Quantum super computer. The LEDs move through their color changing cycle very slowly to they are not distracting, though every time you look at the 10x10 matrix the pattern is different.
Response from AutumnHippo | Nov. 4, 2021
Thank you very much for your kind words. I'm glad you found the kit useful! Thomas
I couldn't be happier with my purchase. Awesome quality and workmanship!! I bought 2 complete NES64 controllers to use on my Atari STs and they work amazing! Using them to play STario Land, it's honestly just like playing Mario on the NES (all buttons and physics are identical).. playing other games like Xenon, Turrican II, etc is so awesome... These are the real deal holyfield of gamepads for Atari ST if you're like me and never grew up with joysticks.
I have a few genuine NES controller lying around and until I saw Adrians Digital Basement video about this product, I did not know what to do with them. So out of curiosity I immediately ordered my first kit. Assembled it, tried it out with my c64 and a500 and fell in love with it. No more soaring fingers. I LOVE it and I will order more!
NES64 is great! Nothing else to say! ;-) Personally, I set the up move for both up arrow and B buttons all the time. The A button is enough for fire on the Commodore 64. I don't need switch between one or the other.