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Inside Gadgets Wireless GameBoy Controller - Receiver

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This wireless Gameboy controller allows you to use your favourite retro console as a wireless controller. Play games on your PC, laptop, RPi, and more, or use it to play games on a NES, Super Nintendo, N64, Gamecube or Wii wirelessly using any supported Gameboy of your choice.

Please note: this product is only the receiver; you will also need a transmitter to pair it with, which is available here for DMG, or here for GBA

Features

  • Allows your handheld console to be used with a wireless controller when paired with a transmitter
  • Available for a wide variety of consoles, as well as general USB

Options

  • USB-A / USB-C: Compatible with Windows, Linux, Raspberry Pi, etc. 
  • NES: Compatible with NES
  • SNES: Compatible with SNES
  • Nintendo 64: Compatible with N64
  • Gamecube: Compatible with Gamecube and Wii
  • WiiMote Expansion Port: Compatible with Wii, NES/SNES mini

Documentation

Please see the "How to Use" section here.

Downloads

Any downloads or firmware updates will be available in the "Download" section here.

Included

  • 1 x Receiver, in a style of your choice

Notes

  • This product requires a transmitter in order to function
  • Please note that this is not a Bluetooth device
  • Colors may vary from what you see on your display
  • This is an aftermarket product and may not feel identical to its genuine counterpart


Customer Reviews

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Great device!

This device is great for playing GB games on my Gameboy Player, the Gamecube controllers don't really feel right so this alleviates that well!
There is one issue I came upon, but the situation is unique: while using my GBAcellerator modded GBA and playing Kingdom Hearts, Chain of Memories, the L input registers as an A input. Very situational, and I think is has to do with the GBAccelerator because other GBAs work fine.