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Ti-83 SP Calculator hacked to Play Game Boy Games [Crazy Hack]
posted November 19 2013 9:46.35 by spic0m




It is YouTuber zeldaxpro that undertook this project and used a Game Boy Advanced SP and modified its interior so that it fit the Ti-83 SP calculator case. It is one of the most incognito builds I have seen so far, and when the cover is turned around and slid into place in the back, it 19s almost impossible to spot that it is a hacked calculator that you can actually play Game Boy games on. You can of course play any previous Game Boy games on this it and the builder shows that in this video demonstrating the incredible build.


[Link: zeldaxpro]
 
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