Credit

Giving Credit Where It Is Due:

I want to thank the people that made this project possible by writing the setup scripts and other software needed.  Please take the time to visit their websites, as they put way more work than I did into making a SNES Raspberry Pi possible.

I want to thank Florian and anybody else involved in the RetroPie Project over at petRockBlog.  Without the RetroPie installation script, this project would have been far more difficult.

Second, I would like to thank Aloshi for spending time to make the EmulationStation Frontend.  Without this application, keyboardless operation of the system would not have been possible.  Check out his website over here.

I would also like to thank the people who developed RetroArch, as it is the primary emulator being used in my setup.

and I would like to thank the members of the Raspberry Pi Forum for helping me when I ran into issues, and of course the Raspberry Pi Foundation, for making the amazing device.

Without these people, I would be nowhere with this project, you are all brilliant minds.

3 thoughts on “Credit

  1. Pingback: An A to Z Beginners Guide to Installing RetroPie on a Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi « adafruit industries blog

  2. Thanks for the guide, I’m about to start on my own RetroPie using your guide and I was just wondering if you have had any problems with ROMs such as N64 ones that need a joystick, or are the SNES controllers suitable for these games?

    Thanks,

    Dave

    • I’m working on my own N64 build right now. I’ll have more information up as soon as I can. Chances are, I am going to use some Authentic N64 controllers along with N64 to USB adapters.

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