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Wooden HandHeld Games Console RetroPie Bullet Button, and Missile Switch

Here is a relatively definitive guide on how to build your own handheld games console out of wood, using bullet shells for buttons and a missile switch as a power switch. It works with RetroPie and EmulationStation on the Raspberry Pi and includes a tiny audio amplifier, speakers and a LithiumIon …By: HowardLJTaylor Continue Reading(…)

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DIY Retropie Arcade in a Fancy Wooden Box

Here’s how I made this awesome little RetroPie arcade that just looks like a nice wooden box when it’s not in use.I’ll cover everything in this tutorial except downloading/installing .rom files (the actual games). A quick Google search is all you need there.I’ve also attached the YouTube tutorial I …By: robertjkeller Continue Reading » Instructables:(…)

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Atari Retropie Console

In this instructable, I would like to show you how to create this custom case for a Raspberry Pi Zero powered Retropie gaming system. It features a four port USB hub, power switch, LED indicator light and all the retro look of an Atari 2600 cartridge. Supply List For this project, you will need …By:(…)

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Retro-CM3: a Powerful RetroPie Handled GAME Console

This instructable is inspired by the adafruit’s PiGRRL Zero, Wermy’s original Gameboy Zero build and GreatScottLab’s Handled Game Console. Those RetroPie based game console use the raspberry pi zero(W) as their core. BUT, after I have built several the Pi Zero Consoles, two main problems were found….By: DeanChu Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring – featured

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RetroPie Gaming/Arcade System

Building a tabletop controller gaming/arcade system using a Raspberry PI 3 – can be expanded to use USB N64, NES, SNES, and other controllers with front-mounted USB ports. This build does require a laser cutter (I used a LaserCAMM) to minimize total time of the project – I am sorry to those who may …By:(…)