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Rubiks Cubes (2x2 --> 6x6)
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So it looks like I have 3 Nuon Yak Spinner controller boards from Lee Olivares coming in about a week. I plan on modding an Xbox Duke controller and adding a rotary. Thinking about documenting the entire process on video, with a final video presentation as a follow up to my eJagFest 2013 presentation.
Its been quite a marathon and it seems like the finish line is in sight.
Then if you are just getting this for Tempest 3000 (which actually is a lot of fun) then look back in this thread to those making rotary controllers for $300 or you can get the board for $50 and make the rotary yourself.
Or you can use the board to turn any cheap usb controller into a nuon controller ❤
Thanks to Gary DuVall, we can all enjoy these prototype Jag roms. Throw them in your skunk, zap that .abs on a disk, or split that rom and build a cart. Either way you want, these are great to experience as a piece of Jaguar history.
Better yet, throw the whole deal on a micro sd card and wait patiently for the RetroHQ SD Flash Cart from SainT to get released....
The zip is a bit too big to upload in its entirety, so a DB link will have to do for now. If anyone wants to re-archive it as 2 pieces and upload it that way, go for it.
I tried for a full year to try to get Typos blessing on this project. I never got any response. I contacted Marcus Losbjer for help, who was really nice about everything, but he didnt get anywhere either. Love these games like crazy. Glad theyre in more hands now.
Ok, so here are a couple pics. One is of the pcbs with the correct connecting wires exposed for ground, left and right; in order from left to right. In other words 1,2 &12. The same as the solder points that would have been used.
The other pic is of the rotary/switch assembly attached. Ground from the rotary and left/right from the rotary, to the switch then to the correct wires.
I had The same problem when I try to use the solder points as well. That's why I only use the wires connecting the two separate circuit boards. I just remove the covering of the wires a little and connect the rotary leads there.