The Game Block - A DIY Guide For DIY
Nintendo Wii Gamers
Game Shield is a multi-touch open-source shield for touch screen gaming. The
Video Game Shield combines an LCD projector and a microprocessor. The
result is an arcade like Gameroid experience on your TV! Using the power of
touch-screen technology, this Game Shield has everything you need to create
amazing black-and-white video game installations on your TV. With
GameShield, you don't have to use special controllers or break out the
controllers just to get a good game feeling.
The Game Shield features arcade style graphics processing that supports up to
4 controllers. If you are playing with more than two players, then two rCA jacks
are built right into the Game Shield so that you can plug in an additional
keyboard, mouse, or joystick. The video game shield works great with classic
controllers, which means you can still enjoy all of the benefits of classic video
gaming. In addition to providing four extra controllers, the Game Shield also
offers input options such as R trigger, Z trigger, A button, and I button.
Some of the inputs that the GameShield offers include classic controller inputs
such as left and right trigger, A button, and Z trigger. Since these are the
standard controls for video game consoles, most Game Boys models include
these. However, the Game Shield provides an option for dual A/B trigger so
you can play with two classic controllers at once!
The Game shield also has at least one extra control option that you won't see
on any other nunchuck or foam swivel chairs! It has an electronic nunchuck
that you can fire off of. It is controlled by one of the included AA batteries that
connect to the Wii remote via the provided micro USB port. Since the Wii
remote is itself a remote-less gamepad, you can use this to play games where
it would be impossible to use a traditional controller.
One of the greatest features about the Game Block is that it supports the use
of most popular open source applications. Since the Game