YouTuber Builds World's Smallest Nintendo Gamecube From a Candy Case
This Youtuber built a fully functional tiny Gamecube Classic using a gummy candy case and a Nintendo Wii. The model is built to scale with the real Gamecube as inspiration.
It has four controller ports which are fully functional. It also features a second USB port which supports multi-player options.
Better yet, because of its small size, it can run off a battery bank. The Youtuber tried to keep the same look as the original Gamecube without sacrificing anything.
The Youtuber even provides proof that it works. Well, we are impressed!
The Nintendo GameCube is a home video game console released by Nintendo in North America in 2001 and Europe 2002. It is the first Nintendo console to use optical discs as its primary storage medium.
The discs are in the miniDVD format and the console supports online gaming for a small number of games via a GameCube broadband.
The GameCube uses composite video cables to display games on the television. Now it seems it does it in a mini version too!
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