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This developer made a custom BMO-shaped Raspberry Pi device that only plays Adventure Time episodes

Last Updated on April 5, 2024
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Finn and Jake may be the main characters of Adventure Time, but the award-winning show undoubtedly wouldn’t be the same without BMO. The dynamic duo’s all-in-one sentient electronic friend immediately captured the hearts of fans everywhere, not only because of their bubbly nature but also because of their adorable, spindly-limbed gaming console design. So, if you want to have your own similarly designed companion, one developer may have just come up with the perfect replica of the beloved character from the show.

Based on Redditor Golbscholar‘s recent post, they managed to 3D-print a BMO-shaped shell for a Raspberry Pi board that thematically only plays Adventure Time episodes. Another of their previous threads revealed that this project was inspired by a similar 3D-printing Raspberry Pi project based around The Simpsons, which coincidentally also made quite the impression on Reddit. Now, since Golbscholar used the guide from the creator of The Simpsons-themed TV, they likely used similar parts, like a Raspberry Pi Zero and a 32GB SD card.

BMO-shaped Raspberry Pi TV creator hasn’t revealed the process…yet

Unfortunately, if you want to create your own version of this BMO-shaped Raspberry Pi TV, you may have to wait a while. Its creator hasn’t revealed what went into constructing this replica of Finn and Jake’s beloved companion yet. However, they did state that they’ll be making a GitHub page for it, so it should only be a matter of time until you can gather all the parts to make your own model.

Until then, we suggest checking out the best 3D printer under $500 in 2024 so you can prepare one of the most necessary tools beforehand. Alternatively, you can take a look at the best 3D printer under $300 instead if you want a cheaper option.

Nico is a Tech News Writer for PC Guide. He is also adept at finding a good deal every now and then, stemming from his days penny-pinching as a broke college kid.