Did you know there’s a nifty little trick that will let you pack over 2,000 games in just one oldschool Nintendo cartridge?
All you need to build the device is a Raspberry Pi Zero computer, a small USB hub, a couple adapters of various sizes and – of course – a spare NES cartridge.
Once you’ve assembled the Pi Cart, as Zach calls it, you’ll have to equip the Raspberry Pi processor with the RetroPie software pack which will allow you to boot and play oldschool games.
While you can’t buy one of these, you can build a Pi Cart of your own – but it’s not as easy as you might think.
Head to Zach’s blog post here to see a step-by-step guide how to build the Pi Cart.