Friday Post Part 2: Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph DeskCade

Hey All,

So here is why I need to do a two part post today…I was asked to make a Wreck-It Ralph DeskCade for Disney!!!!

This is so cool and I’m really excited with how it turned out.  I’m really looking forward to this project and I hope my readers are as well.

-Shea

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4 thoughts on “Friday Post Part 2: Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph DeskCade

  1. This looks like a lot of fun. I would much appreciate step by step instructions including the kit (or at least the laser cut wood parts to paste together). I’d like to put a premium mini speaker in there also to play classic soundtracks when not gaming. Thanks for any help in advance.

  2. Shea,
    Just awesome, great to see interest in the original games.
    I’ve just ordered my RPi and looking forward in creating an arcade table, hopefully all the games will be availble to play? When I start my ptoject I’ll pass on details.
    It’s just so cool to play….
    Excelent blog.

  3. Just great, Shea! Really… I was bussy revamping a standard cab into a FIFJr. and we got it within one week and now it is on expo in a local cinema (http://computer-classics.de/cah_blog2/arcade/building-the-fix-it-felix-cab-for-drp/). When we dilivered the cab late a night the PC we used refused to work and I was cursing that a game that looks and feels like it is from the 80s actually needs a 2ghz CPU with the latest OpenGL and stuff installed. Thought of my Rapsberry and remembered your blog and now you have done it! Really great. Any chance to get copy of that SD card image to have it plug an play right away???

    Keep up the great work in retroland and… oh yeah. can you put a precompiled version of p-uae on your blog, for us noobs. much appreciated. ;) thanks.

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