These boards make it easy to add L1/R1/L2/R2 buttons to the back of your Game Boy Zero! It's easy to install, requires no glue or screws AND you get that soft membrane push feel without the actual membranes thanks to the included soft silicone buttons (no clicky
Dinsy Arcade provides components for building a gameboy zero locally in Australia. From buttons to speakers and glass screens, we got what you need! https://dinsyarcade.com
An 'All in one' PCB for the Game Boy Zero that really does do it ALL in ONE! NEW Compute Module 3 version! Follow the link to see more details: http://www.sudomod.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=4351 AVAILABLE NOW Features: Main PCB fills the 'front'
This button PCB from Helder has the following built in: 1.X&Y Button Drill template 2.PWM Audio Filter (you NEED to Program the config.txt to use PWM Audio) 3.Headphone/Speaker Amp 4.Built in Headphone Socket with proper Stereo mixed into the Mono Speaker Ouput
this is a common ground button PCB for use in your projects. it is particularly well-suited for the Game Boy Zero project! Buy now from kitsch-bent
This is a button breakout board which utilizes I2C protocol via a MCP23017 IC. It allows you to run less wires to your Teensy/Arduino. Buy now Discussion in the forums
This button PCB from Helder lets you skip the process of cutting up an original GB motherboard and tapping into the button traces, and can save you hours of work! It also has built-in guides to let you easily mark exactly where you need to drill your X/Y button
This button PCB from Helder has a built-in audio low pass filter and an Audio Amplifier. It can save you time and money by letting you skip having to make a low-pass PWM filter for the audio, as well as buying a separate amplifier! Discussion in the forums