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[Raspberry Pi] RetroPie – How To Build A Cheap Retro Game Console
Everyone loves Emulators, its great to play those old games, thanks to the Raspberry Pi, you can make your own cheap Retro Console.
Lifehacker have put together an awesome tutorial on how to get Emulation running on your Raspberry Pi, here are the Emulators you get followed by what you will need:
What You Need.
- Amiga (UAE4All)
- Atari 2600 (RetroArch)
- Doom (RetroArch)
- Final Burn Alpha (RetroArch)
- Game Boy Advance (RetroArch)
- Game Boy Color (RetroArch)
- Game Gear (Osmose)
- Intellivision (RetroArch)
- MAME (RetroArch)
- MAME (AdvMAME)
- NeoGeo (GnGeo)
- NeoGeo (Genesis-GX, RetroArch)
- Sega Master System (Osmose)
- Sega Megadrive (DGEN)
- Nintendo Entertainment System (RetroArch)
- PC Engine / Turbo Grafx 16 (RetroArch)
- Playstation 1 (RetroArch)
- Super Nintendo Entertainment System (RetroArch)
- Sinclair ZX Spectrum (Fuse)
- Z Machine emulator (Frotz)
To get started, view the awesome tutorial by clicking the link below:
- A Raspberry Pi (the 256 MB or 512 MB model will work).
- At least a 4 GB SD card.
- USB Controllers (optional, but makes the whole thing a lot more fun. I used these cheap USB SNES controllers from Amazon).
- A USB keyboard and mouse (just for the initial setup, you won’t need it afterwards).
- A router (to transfer your ROMs).
- TV/monitor, AV/HDMI cables, power supply (you can find a full list of compatible SD cards, power bricks, and everything else on the Raspberry Pi Wiki).
- A Windows/Mac/Linux computer to transfer your ROMs.
- A copy of the free software Cyberduck (or any FTP, SFTP client).
How to Build an All-In-One Retro Game Console for $35, the Easy Way
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