Build your own classic games console in The MagPi #95

By Lucy Hattersley. Posted

Build a Raspberry Pi 4 games console

Build a Games Console

It’s taken a while to get it working, but it’s finally here: RetroPie is now compatible with Raspberry Pi 4. In this feature we use RetroPie OS and some of the best cases and controllers to build our classic games console. With an easy setup procedure, it’s one of the nicest and simplest ways to do retro gaming on a Raspberry Pi.

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The Migration Museum

Migration Museum

A museum celebrating the diversity of London’s residents comes to life when visitors linger near its artefacts. The Room To Breathe interactive displays are the handiwork of Chris Owens and his colleagues from  Clay Interactive. Just one of the many incredible community projects that use Raspberry Pi to make the world a better place.

Pi Commander

Pi Commander

The 1980s was a golden era for imaginative electronic toys. Adrien Castel has taken a Sky Fighter F-16 game and turned it into a micro Raspberry Pi-powered arcade machine.

Build a DOS emulation system

Build a DOS Emulation system

Use the powerful DOSBox-X emulator to boot Raspberry Pi to DOS and run anything from Windows 3.11 to classic games. The extra oomph of the 4GB or 8GB edition of Raspberry Pi 4 provides plenty of power for emulating classics of the past.

Helene Virolan interview

Helene Virolan interview

Helene Virolan and her daughter Avye Couloute are two incredibly important people in the maker community, making huge steps to help young girls explore an interest in STEM.

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Buy The MagPi magazine issue #95 from the Raspberry Pi Press store and we will deliver it straight to your door. Plus! Take a 12-month subscription in print and we’ll give you a free Raspberry Pi Zero computer and starter kit worth £20.

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