Thursday, 19 May, 2011 Technology

User's Android Hack Allows Him to Play Games Using Super Nintendo Controller


A user has recently presented his Android hack that allows playing games on the handset with the help of a Super Nintendo controller.

He managed to figure out the way the controller's signaling on the system functions and afterwards connected it to an Arduino Pro Mini 328.

It is worth mentioning that Arduino is used to interpret the SNES controller's signals, and later send them to the Android device through a BlueSMiRF Bluetooth module.

But the user decided to go further and create an adjoining module to a SNES controller. For a more detailed information on how the user came up with his hack you can find here.

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