Ten years ago, two student from the Cornell University (North Australia) released the first public homebrew cart and software for the WonderSwan that does not use the WonderWitch. See here.
Their project was a major breakthrough as they where the first to document the WonderSwan hardware, and they are the original authors of the well known wstech document.
And after they made their release… nothing more. There were no concrete or public hardware development for the WonderSwan that went to a releasable product.
Continue reading Finally…
With the opening of the 986-Studio Store on Tindie, you can now order for a few stuffs that I sell:
The WonderLyzer is available, in small quantity: https://www.tindie.com/products/Godzil/wonderlyzer-a-pass-through-tool-for-wonderswan/
You can also buy the spare SD2SNES Rev E2 PCB I have: https://www.tindie.com/products/Godzil/sd2snes-rev-e2-pcb/
I’m sending right now the data to process the batch of PCB, due to some test (printer’n’paper test are the best thing to do!) I found that I stupidly use the width of the internal cartridge PCB instead of the cart itself, and found out that the PCB was going more than expected in the swan, so I do a small modification on the PCB to use a more accurate width, and add a T shape like on top to support more the cart connector, and adding a small surprise on this part.
Continue reading Second update on WonderLyzer
I’ve just finished the design of the WonderLyzer board, and I will send the PO for the pcb before the end of this week, so if you want one, your are running out of time, so be quick!
Continue reading More on WonderLyzer
As I am working on my big WonderSwan project, I will quite soon make a PCB run for making analysing stuff more easy and clean, that why I will introduce a new accessory: the WonderLyzer.
Continue reading A New WonderSwan accessory is comming: the WonderLyzer