An A to Z Beginners Guide to Installing RetroPie on a Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Recently, we shared a handy Learning System tutorial that demonstrates a number of ways to install and use retro gaming emulators and add arcade controls to your RasPi. Well, here is a handy “A to Z” guide to installing RetroPie, another option for console emulation on your pie — a guide specifically tuned to getting Super Nintendo on your Pi — created by MidiTheKid who has created a number of Super Nintendo case and controller mods over the course of the last year.
This is a very helpful step-by-step tutorial from someone truly dedicated to getting SNES on the RasPi that includes a number of tips and tricks learned along the way! Check out the guide here:
With a Raspberry Pi, game emulation software and genuine arcade controls from Adafruit, you can build a dedicated retro game station and re-live these classic quarter-chompers. (Members Only jacket not included.) (read more)
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