Frankenstein-Modding: 15 game consoles in one box




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Frankenstein-Modding: 15 game consoles in one box

Project Unity

If you have accumulated a lot of old video game consoles, discs and cartridges, among other stuff gathering dust in the attic, do not rush it all thrown away. It is better to take the example of a modder named Bacteria, which was not too lazy to put together 15 different platforms. As a result, he received an unusual retro-car, which is controlled by a single controller and is powered by a single adapter. This miracle called Project Unity.

Emulation and full compatibility with previous versions of the device allows you to run the game with 18 consoles of previous generations. Among these Atari 7800, Colecovision, Intellivision, Amstrad GX1000, Sega Master System, Sega Genesis, Sega Saturn, Dreamcast, TurboGrafx X, NeoGeo MVS, Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64, GameCube and PlayStation 2. Moreover, PS2 supports games designed for PS1, Atari 7800 console understands games for the Atari 2600, and is friends with GameCube titles Game Boy Advance.

“Iron” above the consoles placed in a large wooden box. Over each of the floppy disk drive or cartridge slot is a label with the name of the game console. The assembly machine weighing about 20 pounds took three years. The cost of the project amounted to more than $ 1,000. Does this amount to the cost of the above consoles, it is not clear.

To make the controller work with 15 different systems, Bacteria need 16 buttons, three joystick and one D-Pad. Inside the huge console hidden more than 30 meters of cable.

Will the Project Unity is for sale, not reported.

Earlier, one of the users of Reddit personally collected the personal computer in the style of BioShock Infinite .
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