Installation instructions for modification products for various Nintendo Game Boy consoles including backlights, frontlights and other chiptune accessories. Also shown are instructions for various SEGA Game Gear and Atari Lynx mods. For more information, see our FAQs (bottom right corner question mark).
Game Boy DMG Backlight and Bivert Install
Description: Learn how to install a backlight and bivert your screen for the best picture possible on the original DMG. Francois tutorial
***Reuse your reflective strip as we no longer have replacements! sorry!*
Description: Learn how to install a Game Boy Advance Frontlight into your classic GBA.
Description: Learn the ins and out of installing a Hand Held Legend Backlight V.2. into a Gameboy Pocket.
Gameboy Color Frontlight Panel Install with LOCA
**Red wire on the left, red dot facing up**
Watch as a Hand Held Legend frontlight panel is installed into a Gameboy Color using LOCA (Liquid Optically Clear Adhesive)
Neo Geo Pocket Frontlight Install
A frontlight for your Neo Geo Pocket or Neo Geo Pocket Color. Installed very similarly to the Game Boy Color/Advance Frontlights. LOCA required. Smooth side down.
Gameboy DMG Original Backlight Install
One of the best and easiest mods to perform on your old brick. A start to finish video showing how to install this backlight into your Gameboy
Gameboy Front-light with LOCA Install ~This Does Not Compute
Comparisons installing a Hand Held Legend frontlight with and without LOCA.
SEGA Game Gear LED Backlight ~This Does Not Compute
This mid provides a replacement for your Game Gear tube backlight, more consistent and even lighting as well as > 2x the battery life.
Pokemon Mini Backlight Install
Game Boy DMG (Original) Backlight Install
Game Boy Pocket Backlight Install
Game Boy Bivert/Biversion Install
Game Boy RCA Pro Sound DIY
Game Boy 3.5mm Pro Sound DIY
Game Gear/Lynx Replacement Backlight Install
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***Disclaimer: Perform these modifications are your own risk. Opening and modifying vintage electronics may lead to irreparable damage to your console and/or modification product.***