I was looking at Arduino clones and I found a certain kit. It came with a very neat manual. It is free online: http://www.youblisher.com/p/1244338-16Hertz-Illustrated-Arduino-Guide/
I looked at the guide and it seemed entertaining and great for learning how to use Arduino.
By the way, this is not a sponsored post. I just found this online and thought I would share it.
I have decided to begin making a GamePi Zero project. It is a Pi Zero in a Gameboy Advance. I have not gotten much done, but I thought I would provide my plans.
I was able to get a Pi Zero from Pimoroni (they seem to have a lot). I paid ~$12 including shipping, but at least I am not giving my money to the people who sell the Pi Zeros on EBay for sometimes even more than that!
If you are having trouble getting a Pi Zero, take a look at the following sites:
The Gameboy Advance I got from EBay. It said it was broken, but I couldn't find anything wrong with it. I might make a new enclosure for the board someday.
I am using a car display from Amazon as my display. The Sudomod website has a blog post explaining the options for the screens: http://sudomod.com/game-boy-zero-screen-alternatives/. I found that the one I have runs just fine off of 5V.
I also got the following parts:
I need several parts (I am hesitant to buy them because of shipping costs. I would prefer one order over many):