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Space Invaders and Asteroids are back! Loved that Atari(r) when you were a kid? So did Ben Heckendorn - so much, in fact, that he successfully resurrected it as a slim, go-anywhere portable. When Playstation(r) and Nintendo(r) aficionados got jealous, he created miniaturized, fully functioning, battery-powered versions of those too. Now it's your turn. Every secret is here - complete instructions, materials lists, tool tips, even advice on finding parts. Just wait 'til they see this at the high school reunion. Ready? Let's get started Plans and instructions for building eight handheld, classic video games * Choosing a game system - Atari(r), Nintendo(r), Super Nintendo(r), or Playstation(r)1 * What you'll spend * Electronics and soldering 101 * Hacking portable TVs for their screens * Building the case - CNC or freehand? * Yank the cord, install the batteries
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Benjamin J. Heckendorn (born October 19, 1975) is an American console modder and Internet celebrity. He is better known as "Ben Heck" on the Internet.
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