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DIY GameCube Controller Adapter for Nintendo 3DS: Super Smash Bros. Bros

by Lambert Varias
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Earlier this year we featured modder dekuNukem’s custom made Nintendo 3DS peripheral that hatches eggs and finds shiny Pokémon in Pokémon X/Y. His latest hack lets you play on the 3DS using a GameCube controller, a perfect setup for Super Smash Bros.

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Using an Arduino Nano, dekuNukem made a detachable adapter that takes input from a GameCube controller and translates the input for the 3DS.

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He hooks up an LCD display from an old phone when he wants to adjust the button mapping.

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Here’s dekuNukem testing the adapter on his 3DS:

It may not look like much, but it’s got it where it counts. Check out dekuNukem’s Imgur album for more on his hack. He said he’ll upload a more detailed guide soon, and he’s also accepting a limited number of orders for the adapter. You can contact him on YouTube or through dekuNukem@gmail.com.

[via Destructoid]

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