This is a limited preorder! The receivers are planned to ship in August / September. You can preorder them as long as stock lasts!
Did you ever want to play your GameCube games with a wireless controller, but couldn't find a viable solution?
You don't need to wait any longer!
The GameCube BlueRetro Controller Adapter is a an adapter for the GameCube that allows you to connect bluetooth controllers like the PS4, PS5, XBOX, Nintendo Switch, RetroFighters or 8BitDo and most other BT based controllers.
* Remappable buttons
* Easy to use web interface
* Over the Air firmware updates
* Plug & Play
Plug the adapter into your GameCube console.
The LED will start to flash, this indicates pairing mode is active.
Pair the controller of your choice
After the controller is paired, it will automatically connect after a button press from now on
* Short press (outside BT inquiry mode): Disconnect all Bluetooth devices from the adapter.
* Short press (BT inquiry mode): Cancel Bluetooth pairing mode.
* 3 second hold: Enable Bluetooth pairing mode (new pairing).
* 10 sec hold: Factory resets the adapter to default configuration and clears BT pairing keys.
* Solid: An error occurred, try shutting off your console and re-plug the adaptor.
* Pulsing: Bluetooth pairing mode active (pairing).
* Off: No errors, Bluetooth pairing mode disabled, controller connected.
Web Config Information:
Web Config is only available if no controller is connected. Supported only in Desktop or Android Chrome.
How to access the Web Config:
* Power on system and connect via Web Bluetooth at BlueRetro Config to configure adapter. Button remapping and preset instructions can be found here.
Updating firmware via Web Config (OTA FW update):
Download the latest firmware from the BlueRetro GitHub page.
Unzip the firmware file. Open a tab/window in your web browser and navigate to Blueretro Update
Click “Connect BlueRetro” button. Select the “BlueRetro_gc_spiffs.bin” from the unzipped firmware folder.
The “Live Output” will scroll through with the update process.
On a PC, the update can take around 5 minutes. On Android, the update can take significantly longer.
This adapter is made possible by the amazing Blueretro open source project by Darthcloud: GitHub