A small circuit for buildig a N64 controller to Gamecube/Wii adapter.
This circuit makes it possible to use a N64 controller on your Wii or Gamecube. No microcontroller programming or surface mount component soldering required. All you need to do is to solder the Gamecube and N64 controller (or extension) wires.
The circuit is small enough to fit inside an heat shrink tubing or pvc pipe. It's even possible to fit the circuit directly inside an original controller!
This project is open-source so if you feel that you may be able to build it yourself, want to understand how it works or wish to alter it's behaviour, visit my X2Wii: Nes, Snes or N64 controller to GC/Wii project page.Picture Gallery:
|Item #||BRD-N64-GCWII|| In stock|
|Description||N64 controller to Gc/Wii: Fully assembled and tested circuit. Just solder your N64 and GC wires|
|N64 to Gc/Wii user's manual||M_N64TOGCW_PCB_ENG2.pdf|
|Button mapping table for version 1.4||n64_mapping_table1.4.pdf|