Ben’s Hack Pick of the Week – Wooden NES

My hack pick this week is a wooden Nintendo portable built by Parker Dillmann:

All natural and with the fresh scent of the forest!
Goes great with any decor!

It uses one of those Yobo NES’s you can find at game stores and an AEI electronics screen. You can read his “Making Of” story by clicking here.

Remember, if you or a friend has done a cool project you’d like featured on my site, send it in using the link over on the right. If possible, have a website documenting your construction.

39 thoughts on “Ben’s Hack Pick of the Week – Wooden NES”

  1. I thought there would be real people in here, but it is 19 links to other sites 😛

    Very cool, I love the way people can do this with wood.

  2. That maple front looks perfect, and the D-pad is very impressive. A very nice case for an NES portable.

  3. Wow that is amazing. Can you make a more detailed “Making of” story? Sort of like a tutorial? Cause I would totally want to make one of those, but I would have no idea how. I know the basics but I don’t know how or what parts you used. That would be AWESOME!!! ^.^

    Thanks and Awesome Job!!,
    Deku Link

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