A few months ago, I was asked by my son to help out with a home tricephobic machine he had recently purchased for his birthday.

He was a huge fan of Nintendo, and it seemed like a no-brainer that we both would want to play some games.

The machine was built for him, with an arcade-style controller and a huge home arcade screen.

He’d also been a fan of the Nintendo 64, and this would be his first chance to try the console on the machine.

The joypad is a little small for a home game console, but I could just imagine the joy that my son would be having.

I thought it would be a good idea to put together some simple instructions for the machine to help teach him how to play.

Since the machine was not set up for home gaming, we were going to use it for a casual game, so I didn’t have a lot of details to go off of.

I ended up going with a basic arcade setup for my son, with a couple of other people to help with the controls.

A home trishop machine from Nintendo.

This is the machine I ended my son up with.

The joypad on this machine is so small that it can fit on a small table.

I am sure this machine would be great for a group.

These instructions are actually pretty easy to follow, but if you’re not used to using an arcade controller, it’s definitely a little daunting to get through.

For this machine, I thought about using a GameCube controller, which was a little easier to get used to, but you’ll need to learn the buttons and a few of the basic commands on the console.

After watching the video, you’ll probably see that I’m doing a bit of a reverse-engineering job here, which means I’m trying to get a feel for how the hardware works in my son’s head.

You can check out my other tutorials for a variety of home game consoles, including the Nintendo DS, Sony PlayStation 2, and Sega Genesis.