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Make your own retro games console?


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Ninja314

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Hey All,

 

I've built my own retro games console for less than £100 (using a Raspberry Pi i picked up for £25) and it's awesome playing all the games from when I was a kid. :smashcomp: 
If you knew how - would you want to do it too?

Project Idea:

if I made a series of web-tutorials on how to do it, is it something you would pay for? 


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Lemurian

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The idea's really nice - i still play Heroes III released in 1999. 

I'd even enjoy going thru Prehistoric or Golden Axe again -- those games seemed so cool way back during that days....

I wouldn't pay for it though... although I could imagine someone who would...


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If the tutorial is something not available online already, I can imagine people paying for it. Why I say this is because I think I've seen tutorials for something similar for free.


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