I have both the 2.4" screen versions for the sets that Helder is selling, as well as 2.2" versions if you happened to get ahold of the 2.
This part is optional, but very helpful! I will show how/where to cut holes for your micro USB charging port, power switch and L/R buttons. But if you'd
This 3D-printed board is identical in size and shape to the original sensor board in the NES Zapper gun. Just glue your Arduino board down and you're good to go!
This 3D-Printed part makes it much easier to mount your power switch (as shown in part 2 of wermy's all-custom-and-aftermarket-part build guide: http://sudomod.com/game-boy-zero-custom-parts-guide-part-2 )
It can be used
With a 3D-printed screw bracket you can avoid the whole process of fiddling with the original screw posts and epoxy and all that measuring to get it just right:
These help hold your buttons in place, prevent them from rotating, and limit how far they can protrude (so they match how far the A/B buttons can stick out)