The larger game.

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The original Nintendo Game Boy was constantly considered pretty large intended for a portable game gaming console, but imagine if it had been a lot bigger? Well, then you’d have the particular Game Man, a ridiculous, extra-large Game Boy clone that performs Famicom cartridges, games intended for the Japanese version associated with the particular Nintendo Entertainment System.

Technically, the Game Man is a 3D-printed case, and it’s obtainable for one to download through Cults3D for free. The Game Man’s creator describes it since “completely impractical and pointless” in the model’s explanation. It lives as much as that will, too — in the movie showcasing the final item, the creator (who passes “Grumpy Modeler” on YouTube) offers trouble beating the very first degree of Super Mario USA, detailing that even though the controls are usually “actually really good,” it’s difficult to press each buttons simultaneously.

It might be too big to perform, but it’s still the great looking project, along with a sharp-looking 5.6-inch display and A/V result for playing on the particular TV. The original had been built specifically for the Famicom motherboard, but the particular project’s creator says the particular case can be utilized for a Raspberry Pi, as well.

The 3D printable documents, plus a rundown of all of the other parts used intended for the project are obtainable on the project’s Cults3D page.