Use your Raspberry Pi to play NES, SNES, Atari 2600, Game Boy (and more) games.
Do you miss those classic games on your favorite game console?
LifeHacker have put together a simple guide for running the Raspberry Pi to emulate your favorite old consoles:
Once you’re up and running (and hooked) using your favorite joystick or just a plain old keyboard, you can get creative and build an old-style game control interface by following Adafruit’s guide:
We don’t currently stock the joystick and buttons here in Australia, but please let us know if you’re interested in one, and if there’s sufficient demand we will get some with our next order from Adafruit.
If you are after more information, following resources will get you going: