Tiny MAME Arcade Cabinet is both functional and adorable

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While handheld gaming has arguably improved over the last few decades, this is perhaps one of the coolest things I’ve seen in a while. YouTube user 33Bender has uploaded a video of his creation, a 1/8th scale arcade cabinet loaded up with a MAME emulator. MAME, or Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator, is a type of software that allows users to run arcade games and has allowed DIY types all over the world to create their own multi-game arcade cabinets for years. This little guy is built around the GP2X Wiz, a handheld MAME emulator.

As seen in the video, the micro cabinet is loaded with tons of arcade roms and has fully functional controls, making arcade gaming on the go a convenient (and impressive) operation. To see this little MAME cabinet in action check out 33Bender’s video, where he shows off the world’s smallest authentic Donkey Kong experience.

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  • Ok .. now .. MASTERABBOTT NEEDS THIS !!! HE WANTS THIS !! Get 33Bender on the PHONE NOW !!!! 😉

  • Cellophane Girl

    That is AWESOME!
    My hubbys been building a MAME/360 arcade cabinet but we totally don’t have room for it in our tiny apartment. Maybe I’ll convince him to make one of these instead. ^_^

  • effort but fair play, looks pretty cool.

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