Atari Emulator Uses Raspberry Pi To Play 800 Games (and More)

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Atari Emulator Uses Raspberry Pi To Play 800 Games (and More)


Emulation gaming is becoming easier and easier with the help of Raspberry Pi and RetroPie. There are all kinds of tutorials floating around for different emulators, with a variety of games, and this one is the ultimate retro gaming machine.

Gus at Pi My Life Up gives us all the steps to create an emulator with the ability to play games like those from the Amiga line of computers from the 1980s and ’90s, old Apple computer games, Atari, Game Boy Advance, Intellivision, SuperNES, Playstation 1, and many more. He also states that this could be the best SNES emulator around, as you can set it up to be purely a console for your SNES collection.

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