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Playing Donkey Kong on this tiny arcade cabinet isn't easy

This may be the smallest, and hardest, way to play vintage video games. Check out this little Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator built just for fun.

Playing classic video games like Donkey Kong and Pac-Man on a Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator (MAME) is a fun way to relive your childhood memories of spending hours trying to achieve a high score.

But if you really want a challenge, try playing video games on this incredibly small arcade cabinet created by maker Phillip Burgess.

The arcade cabinet measures 2.65 inches (67.2 mm) tall, 1.32 inches (33.6 mm) wide and 1.41 inches (35.8 mm) deep.

Using an I2S class D audio amplifier, Raspberry Pi Zero computer and 0.96 inch RGB OLED displays, Burgess built the mini arcade on a whim and posted detailed information on his process on the electronics store blog Adafruit.

Burgess and Adafruit aren't selling kits to make the arcade, and there's no real detailed step-by-step guide to build one yourself. But it is interesting to see all the hardware and software that went into making it.