Introduction and site updates


Firstly, thank you for keeping in touch with this website, appreciated.

It looks like this site is still getting quite a lot of viewings, which is excellent, and makes it worth my time doing the work on this site.

yt50My YouTube channel has many videos, many not shown here, which might be of interest – please click the logo if you want to have a look.

I have re-made the site from scratch, making the guides streamlined, simple and clear. The vast majority of the guides here are mods I have done myself or have developed or improved upon existing methods. Also, as I remake methods whilst doing projects, I will update some old methods and photos to show improved methods and update the relevant pages as suitable.

This is the final version of the website.

There is a Q&A section where you can ask questions on modding or give general feedback and i’ll try to reply as best I can, although I anticipate that the majority of questions will have answers in the reference sections. If you prefer to send an email then there is a contact form available to get in touch.

Site and project updates

The guides are complete although if I find anything else to post I will.

At the start of 2016 I will be starting to make a small number of portable handheld N64’s and other systems for sale, progress builds will be logged here so during the build people can secure a commission from me if they so wish at the time. Already getting some interested parties, keep checking this site for updates.

Unity system – New master controller is finished and fully tested, works great on the console systems completed so far. Decided rather than making similar looking videos of each console add-on I would instead compile them in the final video as a complete presentation; which is likely to happen mid-end 2016. Whilst I know the interest in modding retro video gaming systems is far less than it was, the Unity system I am sure will generate a wave of interest over the net. It will be awesome! Progress on the system is slower now than was, as instead of making new systems I have been playing Unity. I have made a good start on the next system though, GameCube; as the Wii was finished a few weeks back.

Site is getting around 110-170 unique visitors a day, which is great.


Best wishes,


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Bacman website
Website devoted to modding retro video gaming consoles, building handheld portables and also multi console systems. The site has many useful guides to show how easily such mods and hacks can be achieved.