The NEStari

What happens when you take 2 great tastes and mix ‘em together? Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups for one, and my new NEStari for another.

Half Atari, half Nintendo, all cop!
My NEStari portable. Click to enlarge and magically add a flashbulb.

I’ve been working on this unit for awhile now… you can read the full story after the jump. But yes, this is a combo NES and Atari 2600 portable that changes modes via a switch and uses a built-in rechargeable battery. How advanced is that? I’m sure you’re all amazed. Actually this probably the most difficult “small” portable I’ve ever done. Lots of crap to wire up. Oh and it also uses a hacked-up Flashback 2 (the Atari on a chip thing) instead of an original 2600. Been wanting to try one for a while now…

This unit has been sold, thanks for your interest! For the rest of the story click below.

The Flashback 1 was a “retro console thing” that I believe was done by Curt Vendel and some other folks. Little did anyone know that it actually contained a NOAC (NES-on-a-chip) with reprogrammed games. In fact, most “joystick games” use a NOAC, except the C64, which of course uses a… um…. COAC!

Surrounded by Graphics and Sound
The FB2 box. Best pic I could manage, sorry.

Acronyms aside, the second model was called – get this – the Flashback 2. Which was an honest-to-goodness Atari on a chip. They even put pads on the board so the adventurous user could add a cartridge slot. Please don’t email me and ask how because you can find the procedure anywhere, like here.

I’d been meaning to hack up one of these things for a while now but I guess I’ve been too busy being a semi-famous game hacker / karaoke aficionado. Until one day, as fate had it, someone asked if I could hack their Flashback 2 for them. This was my big chance! I could check out the FB2… and get paid for it! I mean, why do something with your own money when you can do it with somebody elses? Just ask Uwe Boll!

The FB2′s motherboard is kind of weird… it’s skinny and long, single-sided with some of the switches on reversed single-sided sub-boards. Whatever. All I knew was that it was too big for a portable, so I chopped that sucker down something fierce.

 

I hate single-sided circuit boards.
First the left end of the board comes off. This contains the left joystick port and a few other connections.

 


Then the right side of the board gets the chop. It contains the video & audio amp, the right joystick port and some other stuff.

Madness? THIS! IS! ADVENTURE TERRITORY!!!!!
The FB2 board, chopped down “something fierce” and still functioning, like Megatron in the original Transformers movie

But then I hit a snag – the person didn’t want it chopped down into a portable! Clearly I was acting solely on instinct and hacked the unit up without even thinking. It’s the training – it turns you into a lethal hacking machine, devoid of any emotion!

After recovering from my bout of mental instability I bought a replacement FB2 for the person, which cost me about 12 cents, and added a cartridge slot. Of course it had to be slide-in mount, if I was going to do a fairly common hack I was going to do it fairly well.

One word of advice for whomever designed those buttons - SYMMETRY
It’s out of focus because Bigfoot was in the room at the same time.

So as a result I had an extra hacked up FB2 laying around. Originally I was going to make a new NOAC NES and a FB2 portable as well. But I only had 1 screen at the time, thus I figured “Why not put ‘em together?” The logic was flawless.

2000 games in 1! New technology!
A NOAC motherboard plugged into a cartridge. I was able to get this hack very small, which is good because it gives me more room for other things, such as the Flashback motherboard.


Top view. You can see the glop-top circuits of the NOAC on the motherboard.

The casing was made from acrylic cut with a laser engraver. I also choose to laminate the sides with real wood veneer, which was a lot more troublesome than it really should have been. Oh well.


Oh good, it fits. By the way this is one of my favorite NES games. As if you cared.

A middle plate sits atop the back of the unit. This plate will hold the FB2 motherboard as well as the battery packs.


A large slot at the base allows the NOAC board to stick up and through. Just have to make sure it doesn’t hit the LCD screen when the halves are put together.


Testing to see if the case fits together, more or less. Looks like it does, I can sleep soundly tonight.

Pac-Man In Your Face Action

Above we see the FB2 board installed (using guess what?) onto the middle plate.Modified battery holders are here as well. This allows a person down the road to open up the unit and swap out the batteries, if need be.

For the cartridge slot itself I used one from an original Atari board (I had.. a few… laying around) and then ribbon-cabled this to the appropriate spots on the FB2 board.

The top half of the unit contains the 3.5″ LED-back-lit LCD screen, game controls, shift register (for the Nintendo controller) and the audio amp (not installed as yet in the above photo) It was important to keep all of this stuff as compact as possible so the batteries would have enough clearance.

Reminds me of a spider.
A close-up of the serial shift register used for the Nintendo controller, as described in my book. Each resistor is connected to +5 volts and “pulls up” the button. When the button is pressed it contacts ground and is thus “pulled down/low”, and the Nintendo knows a button has been pressed.

Over 15 cents worth of resistors were used in this project

The Atari and NOAC both use the same buttons, with the exception of A, so it was necessary to isolate them from each other a bit. For the Atari the shift register needed to be left on, even if the NOAC wasn’t running, so that the input pins would remain in a state of high impedance (neither high nor low). If the shift register is not powered the pins all go low and thus the Atari controls won’t work.

For the Nintendo a bit of resistance had to be added between the FB2 and the buttons so the state of the not-running FB2 wouldn’t affect the shift register.

All of my creations look like exploded C3PO's on the inside. Oh how horrid!

Above we see the front half of the unit nearly complete. In the lower right corner of the LCD we can see the 8 pin LM386 audio amp.

The motherboard is trying to assimilate other motherboards. We are Trapper Keeper.
Testing the audio circuit. This kind of soldering is not for the faint of heart. Also, do not attempt if you have liver disease, or are nursing, pregnant or may become pregnant.

This was a bit of a stumper. On the FB2, audio comes from the Atari on a Chip as 5 signal lines, which are then mixed into a composite signal. Originally this was done on the right side of the board, so what I had to do was remove this section of board and re-attach it elsewhere.

Well now I can move onto the next stupidly difficult project... :)

This is always a welcome sight. No loose wises means the unit is done and ready to seal up! Time for some combo Atari – Nintendo action!


Back of the unit. Notice the nice woodgrain accent that represents… um… I dunno, let’s say life.

 


The unit charging. Please note – this portable cannot run Bioshock. Maybe next time.

 


Top of unit with cartridges removed.

 

 


Side showing power switch (left) charge jack (middle) and system switch (right)

 

 


Top view with cartridges.

 

 


Main view but with the flash turned on. Taking shots of black or shiny objects is tough, and this thing is both.

Well that’s all I have to saw about this thing. No I won’t make anymore, this was hard enough. If you’re thinking of making a portable Atari I’d actually suggest using original hardware, in some ways it’s more compact than the FB2, unless you’re OK with doing a lot of fine-detailed soldering work. But hey, I had to hack the FB2 at least once, right?

You can download a short video of this unit in action by clicking here. Enjoy, and we’ll see you next time.

 

100 Responses to “The NEStari”

  1. cotter Says:

    Let me be the first to congratulate you on yet another outstanding portable. I have to say this is my favorite portable I think I’ve ever seen! Keep up the great work!

    More combo units to come?

  2. bay_wolf Says:

    WOW! That is simply amazing Ben. You didn’t keep me in anticipation for nothing.

    Regards

  3. jedi knight Says:

    I love that thing! Excellent work Ben!

  4. Richard Says:

    Dr. Heckendorn, you’re a madman. And goddamn do I respect you.

    I have one question though. Does it play Castlevania 3? I ask because I’ve already tested (and subsequently run over with my car) TWO of those SJ3s, to no avail.

  5. technabob Says:

    ben heck’s nes atari portable console mashup…

    The master of console mods, Benjamin Heckendorn (aka “Ben Heck”) is at it again. This time he’s created a portable that combines an NES system and a Atari 2600 console, and crammed them together into one compact package.

    Like a Frank…

  6. technabob Says:

    Ben:

    Keep up the great work! Now if you could only cram an Intellivision in there, I’d bite.

  7. Jleemero Says:

    Wow…
    COOL!
    Couldn’t expect anything less from you Ben, but still, cool!
    I’d have to say this is my favorite portable that you’ve done!
    Man, I’d kill to have that… But sadly, murder is illegal, and I have no money…
    Heck, even if I had money, I’d just put it towards my portable 64…
    Aw well, nice job Ben!

  8. Zero X. Diamond Says:

    Oh, whoops. I feel dumb. Completely missed the “e-mail me” part somehow. >

  9. c_mon Says:

    Ben is Martian. His technology is far beyond ours…

    Anyhow, that’s really great. I wish I were a student of you.

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  11. Matt Says:

    Ben, very quality! Very quality!

    A little thick, but for a DIY I’m sure that’s at thin as you probably wanted it ;).

    And what’s that Bioshock booklet I see. So much for not being a gamer as you self-proclaim.

    Keep up the great work.

    Matt

  12. rob Says:

    very, very nice work ben. I’ve not been this impressed since the ps360 controller you made.

  13. Gamemaster14 Says:

    Awesome job as always ben. Just wondering was NEStari the first name you thought of for it or were other names thrown around before deciding on NEStari? Ever think of doing a making of video for a portable putting your love of making portables and making movies together?

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  30. GetYourOwnName! Says:

    Hmm… Dracula’s curse. I care man, I care. Also, I believe that C-3P0 quote was from episode six (man I’m a nerd). Anyway, This is probably one of my favourite projects and “making of” stories. Way to go! Whenever some motherboard gets in your way what do you do? You shove it in anyway! HAZZAH!!!

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  32. Richard Says:

    “Does it play Castlevania 3?”

    Aye god… And I answer my own question after looking through the pictures again. Christ. How I missed that the first time is completely beyond me. My apologies.
    Wonder what was wrong with mine then. Mmm.

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  36. Turknatr Says:

    Hey nice ben…. thats all i can say… Get In There!!!!!!

  37. NEAT Says:

    NEAT, Ben!

  38. sbp Says:

    hey very neat! when i first saw this, i instantly thought about the game “the adventures of willy beamish” made for dos and sega cd. he had a game that he would play called the nintari.

    did you think of that for a name at all?

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  40. atari2600a Says:

    15 cents? Ha! I’d say one, maybe two dollars worth of resistors!

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  50. Macona Says:

    What did you use to silver the acrylic lower half?

  51. benheck Says:

    Yes, now if I could only finish some OTHER long-suffering projects. Then people would be knocking down my door!

  52. Anti-Ben Says:

    I hope you make an XBOX 360-PS3-Combo-Controler

  53. Jr Says:

    Very nice , i give you props. But you’d have to be CrAzY to pay that for a Atari man,IMO…

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  55. Cotter Says:

    Ben,

    Your website is being REALLY slow with me for some reason. It’s been like this for a couple of days now? Are you backing stuff up on your server or something? The forum is slow, too.

  56. Gamemaster14 Says:

    It seams like whenever Ben finish one of his awesome portables the site lags a bit probably due to the increased activity.

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  62. alto Says:

    nice job. love ur work keep it up

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  64. NeoGoldenBoy Says:

    I’d buy it immediately, but I have no money right now. :’-(

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  74. Adrienne Harmon Says:

    Wow– if only I could play PacMan for longer than 2 minutes!

    Congrats

  75. Ricky Says:

    Nice thats pretty cool

    im not much of atari fan though. lets see a sega and a snes then im sold. (hahaha that would be chunky looking.) (about the size of the original ps2 i supose)

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  82. john gates Says:

    ill bguy it 500

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  84. shyguy64 Says:

    WOW sweet man! But dose it need a atari game in it? or dose it have atari games built in? and 1 more thing how do you chop it up with out runing it? I’m getting your book so I can learn some hacking stuff. But realy nice job I’d trade my bro for that! (maybe ;)

  85. r21187 Says:

    mmm i need know how i buy one but the problem is that i am of guatemala so how you give me on of those and how much cost please i need know and i need buy one adn i need say you are genius XD

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    awsome u should make a portible nes with the joystck from the nes advantage!!!!

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  89. nathan Says:

    were did you get that noac

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  91. DPSI Says:

    Awesome !!!!!!!!!!!11

  92. Riza Says:

    Hi Ben
    I was just wondering if your ever gonna make some more of those ps360 controllers because i am getting a ps3 for christmas and i dont want the sixaxis controller and it would be great if you could tell me if your selling some and how much they are.
    I am in Australia so please send a email back to my email adress.

  93. Andrew Says:

    amazing, you mixed 2 popular consles together. Not only dat but u made it portable

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  97. Angel Says:

    Hi I just saw the Nestori you posted up and I was looking for something like this for my little brother! can you make me one of these and how much will it cost?? oh please contact me soon!

  98. me Says:

    did you know this was in game informer a while back?

  99. Arkafan Says:

    Im sorry Mr. Heckendorn.

    You made a wonderful creation, but me and my dad are building this same thing and so far the parts have only costed us 150$. Your labor can’t be worth 600$

    Sorry Mr. Heck, but you have made a mistake by overpricing your NEStari.

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