A mud took a gamepad Fisher Price Toys and turned it into a Xbox controller fully functional – to then use it to play an ad Elden Ring

The Game & Learn controller is a toy for children from Fisher-Price. Although it looks like a controller, it can’t actually be used to play video games, but it’s meant to help little ones learn their first words. There is a set of buttons with numbers, colors and the first four letters of the alphabet.

Every time you press a button, the toy controller will say the relevant word: “1,2,3,4, your score goes up!“, or ‘Orange, purple, white and pink, green, red and blue, woohoo!‘ and so forth.

Dylan “Rudeism” Beck, a modding enthusiast, managed to turn the toy into a truly functional controller, while keeping the original features intact. In other words, every time a key is pressed, the controller makes a sound.

Beck was already known for several other crazy challenges, having beaten Dark Souls 3 with a one-button controller, because every command has to be given with Morse code. He then created a motion-controlled lightsaber to play Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

Modifying the controller required an Arduino Pro Micro and a two-axis joystick. Overall, the modding cost $20. The only downside? The controller doesn’t have enough room for batteries, so it needs to be powered by a cable. Opening photo via The Verge

Source: Lega Nerd

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