Develop Gamecube games in your basement

By Spencer . October 17, 2006 . 7:27am

One homebrew developer is selling almost everything you need (the Gamecube NR-reader is missing) to make your own Gamecube games in the comfort of your own home. For the asking price of $1200 you can buy a brand new Nintendo Gamecube development system. Sure the Gamecube is falling out of favor, but one of the winners of CESA’s indie awards was a Gamecube game. Also the Wii is completely backwards compatible with the Cube so an aspiring group of developers might be able to make budget software with this unit. The package comes with an added bonus, a flash advance cart for Game Boy Advance development. With all of these tools you can make your very own GBA connectivity game and be the king of Gamecube homebrew.


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