Build Your Own Retro Games Machine with Raspberry Pi


Discover how, at an extremely low cost, you can create your own retro games machine and play all your favourite games from years gone by, whatever the game, whatever the platform.

Game emulators have been around for years, but they can be confusing to set up, and often the games you want to play, simply just don’t work!

Dedicated hardware exists to emulate certain game systems. But they emulate just ONE system, usually miss out vital things you need to play your games, and cost FAR more than the Raspberry Pi based system you’ll create yourself by the end of this course.

Where is the fun in buying something that is limited in what it can do, when you can build your own, far more powerful solution at a fraction of the price? And one that does exactly what YOU want.

In this course you will be taken, step-by-step, through exactly what you need to know in order to create your own retro gaming machine. Not only is it tiny and can be permanently connected to your TV, out of site, and ready for whenever you want a quick blast from the past, but you will have access to a huge selection of different games systems and games.

Many people have tried building something like this and end up with over 90% of the games notworking – because they don’t have the information that is covered in this course.

Here’s what you are about to get access to…

 

Module 1Introduction
Unit 1Introduction
Unit 2What Does Retro Gaming Mean to You?
Unit 3Legalities
Unit 4Where to Get Your Games
Module 2Raspberry Pi - What It Is and Why It's Ideal for the Retro Gamer
Unit 1About the Raspberry Pi
Unit 2The Different Models of Raspberry Pi
Unit 3What the Raspberry Pi Can Do
Unit 4What Makes it Ideal as Your Retro Games Machine?
Module 3Building Your Raspberry Pi Games Machine
Unit 1Hardware You Will Need
Unit 2Memory Cards - Important Information
Unit 3Raspberry Pi Cases
Unit 4Where to Buy Your Raspberry Pi
Unit 5Assembling Your Raspberry Pi
Unit 6Action Point : Hardware
Module 4What You Need to Know About MAME
Unit 1An Introduction to MAME
Unit 2Which MAME Should You Use?
Unit 3Understanding MAME ROMS & Releases
Unit 4MAME - A Comparison
Module 5The Utilities You'll Need to Burn Images
Unit 1About the Utilities
Unit 2SD Card Formatter
Unit 3Software to Burn Images to Your Card
Unit 4Action Point : Download the Software
Module 6Option 1 - PiPlay
Unit 1PiPlay - an Overview
Unit 2Where to Get PiPlay
Unit 3How to Install PiPlay
Unit 4PiPlay First Time Boot
Unit 5Configuring PiPlay
Unit 6Transferring Games to PiPlay
Unit 7PiPlay - Upload Problems
Unit 8How To Fix PiPlay's Upload Problem, and an Alternative Upload Method
Unit 9Testing Your PiPlay System
Unit 10Adding BIOS Files to PiPlay
Unit 11PiPlay Summary
Module 7Option 2 - Lakka
Unit 1An Overview of Lakka
Unit 2Where to Get Lakka
Unit 3Getting Lakka on Your Memory Card
Unit 4First Time Boot of Lakka
Unit 5How to Copy Games to Lakka
Unit 6Testing & Summary of Lakka
Module 8Option 3 - Recalbox
Unit 1An Overview of Recalbox
Unit 2Download Recalbox and Setup the Card
Unit 3First Time Boot With Recalbox
Unit 4Loading Games to Recalbox
Unit 5Changing Settings in Recalbox
Unit 6Testing Your Recalbox System
Unit 7Loading BIOS Files to Recalbox
Unit 8Scraping in Recalbox
Unit 9Playing Arcade Games in Recalbox
Unit 10Recalbox Summary
Module 9Option 4 - RetroPie
Unit 1An Overview of RetroPie
Unit 2Downloading RetroPie and Setting Up Your Card
Unit 3RetroPie First Time Boot
Unit 4Transferring Games to RetroPie Using FTP
Unit 5Testing Your RetroPie Games
Unit 6Adding a BIOS File to RetroPie
Unit 7Configure Your Controller With RetroArch
Unit 8Loading Your MAME Games to RetroPie
Unit 9Checking Your MAME Games in RetroPie
Unit 10Configure Your Controller for MAME Games
Unit 11Adding Additional, Alternative, or Experimental Emulators to RetroPie
Unit 12How to Choose the Default Emulator in RetroPie
Unit 13Choosing and Adding Themes in RetroPie
Unit 14Transfer Games Using a USB Stick
Unit 15RetroPie Summary
Module 10Summary and System Roundup
Unit 1So Which One Is Best?
Module 11Troubleshooting
Unit 1Flickering Screen or No Picture


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