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The Fisher-Price baby’s first gamepad has just been modded to play Elden Ring

I never thought I would write again about my baby Fish-Price game, but here we go: modder turned into a cheap toy into the complete Xbox gamepad whatever you need to play with Elden Ring. And surprisingly, he did it without losing one Learn Fisherman Value Game & ControlSound effects – which means you can now pair your Malenia run with regular kid hits like “1, 2, 3, 4, increase your score!” and “Orange, red, white and red, green, red and blue, woohoo!”

This may not be surprising if you have heard the name Dylan “Rudeism” Beck before, because this is actually one of them your little one The ambitious critic criticized the New Zealand citizen and the Twitch streamer pulled him – he is the man beating The Black Spirit 3 with one button Morse code controllerbuilt a Lights to control movement and power steering because Star Wars Jedi: Order expired, and corrupt His lid, his hand control because A titleless game. You can see all of them in the tweets below:

But Rudeism says Qarka that the new Fisher-Price model is one of his favorite buildings however, “because of how clean it is.” After a good whileHe was able to plug in all the Arduino Pro Micro clone out there, two joystick pins (since Fisher-Price’s original “happiness” was actually a button), and several microswitches to turn the original click-on -but-non- electric “shoulder buttons” into real buttons as well.

All of the original Price-Fisher buttons still work, though – as far as the Eastern Egon Code – because he got Arduino back in production by selling them directly to the previous board existed. So yes, most of the time he plays the game-Price-Real-Fishing game, not just to use the game-Price gamepad as a shell. You have to plug it in, though: “Batteries are not allowed, sadly,” he said, as Arduino occupies that room.

How does every Xbox button get out of these limited controls, you might ask? Well, you can’t get it all at once. But it has upgraded the Fisher-Price slider as a feature that can allow you to have one left or The right analog stick every minute, as well as the Start, Select and Guide buttons in A, B, and C. “Bumpers” can be bampers that trigger all of their own because they will push different transitions if you shake them. left and right.

Rudeism says it was a two-week redevelopment project, beginning with a joke: deal hunter Wario64 tweeted that the gamepad would be “suitable for Elden Ring,” and he decided to try it out. Unfortunately, there is no video about Rudeism destroying the heads of the baby gamepad game yet, but it probably won’t last long (he said it also works on a YouTube build feature if you want to try it too) . The total budget was $ 20, including the controller itself – but it wasn’t really the old 3D printer he used to stick to to keep the joystick and the space switch.

I do not know if I will build any of these on my existing baby pad, but it is a pleasure to see you again in the plastic headlines and roundabout.