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  • zep1 on Aug 10, 2018

    5 out of 5 stars

    I was shopping around for a quality gameboy zero setup and decided to purchase from sixteenbit. I am very happy that I did. Not only is the quality top notch, but his customer support is as well. I had various questions for him which he answered no problem. He also provides resources for his customers with helpful instructions and information about the GBZ. I recommend his gameboy zero! I have been playing all of my childhood classics and am loving the system.

  • Salvatore on Jun 22, 2018

    5 out of 5 stars

    Great seller, great build. Seller built to my exact specifications and kept in touch throughout the entire process. Was also assisted on instructions to connect product to wi-fi and general setting up of the system. Highly recommended, great craftsmanship.

  • rab075 on Jun 1, 2018

    5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Customer Service, Great Product, Can customize to your needs.

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Latest custom build. This is a Leonardo-theme with glow in the dark green case And blue buttons.

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  • Custom Gameboy Zero

    $320.00

  • Latest custom order that’s going out tomorrow.

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  • Custom Gameboy Zero

    $320.00

  • Finished this build out last night and will be shipping it to Japan today.

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  • Custom Gameboy Zero

    $320.00

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    Custom hand built gaming systems that let you play all of your favorite retro games.

    Pick from a range of colors to design the perfect system for you.

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    • Justin Peacock

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    Last updated on Jul 11, 2018
    Frequently asked questions
    What comes pre-installed with the custom RetroPie img?

    • GPIO controller settings for Retrogame
    • Settings for audio
    • Recommended overclocking from RetroPie
    • Overall optimizations for gameplay
    • Custom splashscreen
    • Theme optimized for smaller screens
    • Localization updated to English (US)

    Custom and personalized orders

    While we do appreciate your business and want you to be 100% satisfied with your order please keep in mind that each system is custom built by hand and there may be slight variations and or imperfections from one system to another. Because these are individually hand built, all sales are final. We do not accept cancellations or returns, however, we do offer a 30 day parts and labor warranty. This warranty will cover any defective parts and or issues from faulty craftsmanship. Simply send us an email explaining the issue and we will have you ship it back to us for repairs. After inspection if we find that the issues are parts or workmanship related we will repair your system and ship it back to you at our expense.

    What emulators will the Gameboy Zero play?

    These handhelds are able to play these systems (but not limited to):
    - Atari 2600
    - Atari LYNX
    - Nintendo
    - Gameboy
    - Gameboy Color
    - Gameboy Advance
    - Sega Genesis
    - Super Nintendo

    These are the recommended emulators but here is a full list of supported systems. https://github.com/retropie/retropie-setup/wiki/Supported-Systems.

    How do I connect to WiFi?

    If you wish to connect to wifi you can add a file to the boot partition of the sd card called wifikeyfile.txt.

    Place your network details here. (Note: only works on WPA networks)

    ssid="NETWORK_NAME"
    psk="NETWORK_PASSWORD"

    You can then access the wifi module and select the option to "Import wifi credentials from /boot/wifikeyfile.txt"

    How can I reinstall RetroPie?

    These systems come with a custom RetroPie image which pre-configures controls, audio, and other optimizations. If you're needing to re-install or flash to a new SD card, you can visit the following link to download the image.

    https://github.com/sixteenbit/gameboy-zero-setup/wiki/Reformatting-the-SD-Card