To find out what you need for this project, please visit the “Materials” page.
NOW WITH INSTRUCTIONS FOR RASPBERRY PI 2 B+
If you are using a Raspberry Pi A, B, B+ Start here:
To save a lot of time on the installation of RetroPie, you can actually just head over to the RetroPie Download Site, and grab the “RetroPie Project SD Card Image” – Then unzip that file to a location on your primary computer. Also, don’t forget there is a donate button there if you feel like sparing some change for the creators of this awesome package.
Once you have that image downloaded, you can use Win32 Disk Imager (as detailed in the next section) to mount the image to the card, and then slap it right into your Raspberry Pi.
By doing this, you bypass the (very) long wait to download and compile the emulators…
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