Hey everyone! The past four days have been pretty hectic as we move into mass production of our arcade fight sticks. To be honest originally we expected sell maybe 3-4 maybe 5 just for giggles. Sheets of MDF 4' X 8' which before lasted us a week are now cut and drilled and assembled into … Continue reading Arcade fIGHT STICK PRODUCTION
Mass production commenced! 4 player Fight stick prototype
Given the recent success of our arcade fight stick we have been able to reinvest in better equipment that makes our end product that much better. I was looking over the design of our fight stick and realized it was missing something....something ......dare I say...eeeevvviiiillll 😈 FRIKKIN LAZER BEAMS! What better way to give our … Continue reading Reinvesting
In Process customer Retropi Arcade Fight Stick Builds "Good problems to have." Working through Christmas to get more arcade fight stick orders completed . We want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas 🎅 Happy Holidays crazy Kwanzaa and a solemn Channukah . Hail Satan to the rest 😉
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What do you do with all your extra acrylic and old 11" LCD screen from a Samsung Chromebook? Build a miniature Arcade Cabinet! Control board and Raspberry Pi are ordered and on their way. Stay Tuned for more updates. Stay Creative!
Finally after year of trial and error we assembled our first batch of official arcade fight sticks. Each one marked and signed "_____ of 10". Yes thats right we only built 10!!! Snag yours before we run out. Number #1 already belongs to our good friend Fernando Perez. purchase your own from our Offer Up … Continue reading Grizzly Gents Arcade Fight Sticks Complete!
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How to install Kodi on RetroPie Did you know that your Retropie console can also double as a streaming device ? Maybe you're burnt out on gaming and want to catch the last season of Rick and Morty instead. Well it's easy thanks to Retropie's menu of optional add on's that feature Kodi. Below are … Continue reading How to install Kodi on RetroPie
This tutorial is geared towards beginners who want to install Retropie on their Raspberry Pi 3 or 3B+. This tutorial is for Windows users. Materials: Raspberry Pi 3 - https://amzn.to/3515u3Y or 3b+ - https://amzn.to/33VdDp3 Power adapter (2.5 x 5) - https://amzn.to/2Yt2sTA SD card - https://amzn.to/2LxgDBD USB Wired Gamepad - https://amzn.to/356t936 or WIreless - https://amzn.to/2sVPfXK Optional: … Continue reading Best Retro Pie Build
I was recently at a Starbucks ordering my boring cup of black coffee when I noticed that there are a SH#T load of people connecting to the Starbucks WIFI. Me being the paranoid mess I have been for years now couldn't help but wonder just how many of these sitting ducks were aware of just how … Continue reading Starbucks WIFI – A Hackers Paradise
Hey there Grizzly's! We've been playing KETCHUP (or is it catsup?) for the past two weeks . We've made some changes both to our main website https://www.TheSGG.com as well as began the mid scale production of arcade cabinets. To make up for lost time we decided to put together a DIY article that will make … Continue reading How To Turn Your Fire Stick Into A Retro-Gaming Hub
A look into free retro gaming using Kodi and The Internet Archive
Hey everyone, this weeks article is going to be a very basic tutorial on how we at http://www.sudogrizzlygents.com configure the Amazon Fire Stick to be able to run Kodi. As with every installation, you’ll have to read some information. If you’re new to the software, check the company’s website for additional details. If you’re looking … Continue reading Installing Kodi on an Amazon Firestick
Making an LED blink is simple once you know how. To most people reading this who are new to coding an LED blinking doesn’t seem very interesting...it’s just a light after all. Well yes that’s true, but the magic is when the jr. Developer writes then runs the Python script that tell the LED to … Continue reading Raspberry Pi Blinking LED