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'
The Safe Shutdown Switch allows you switch your GBZ off without shutting down first. The shutdown signal is sent to the Pi when you slide the power switch. Once the Pi has safely shut down, the PowerBoost powers off. The board also allows you to interface your PowerBoost low battery
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
DEADPAN ROBOT offers an array of products to help you get started on your Game Boy Zero project, including: Raspberry Pis Game Boy DMG cases Buttons Conductive silicone button pads Screen lenses Enter the coupon code SUDOMOD10 for 10% off your purchase! And more! Check them out at www.deadpanrobot.
This is a full set of wermy's 3D-Printed GBZ parts, so you can purchase them all in one go and combine shipping costs! Includes: Screw bracket Set of 4 button wells Power switch brace DS-Lite GBA cartridge slot mount Be sure to watch part 1 and part 2 of the
Description… · Laser cut Corning Gorilla Glass 3 · Scratch & Break resistan · .55mm thick (that's slightly thinner than the original plex) · In stock and ready to ship now! Recommended adhesive: Octopus Glue Buy now Discussion in the forums
This screen cover is made with 1mm of Third Generation Corning Gorilla Glass (thickness similar to original), and has a decorative silkscreen surround/border with a design that will be close to original look & feel. Gorilla Glass is great because it is more resistant to scratches, can survive more
The hand-made SD card cartridge reader shown in the original Game Boy Zero guide could be incredibly picky and finicky. If your wires weren't just the right length, or you happened to have an SD card that didn't like it, it could make your Pi refuse to boot make it