Making modchips for the Nintendo GameCube (XenoGC Clones)

Been taking advantage of “wrapping wire” and protoboards that I bought using Christmas gift cards from last month.

Modded a gamecube with a homemade modchip, this lets it play backups as well as “homebrew” software such as emulators.

I also built a microcontroller programming “shield” to replace the mess of wires and breadboard I had been using previously. Now I can easily load programs onto microcontrollers without having to worry about which wire went where, and can free up the breadboard for future projects.

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