You've seen PiGRRL, Super Game Pi, PiGRRL Pocket, PiGRRL 2 and now... it's time for PiGRRL Zero!
In this project, we'll turn the elusive $5 Raspberry Pi Zero into portable game console!
-Retropie 3.7 Emulation Station: SNES, NES, SEGA, N64, and many many more!
-14 Buttons, including D-Pad, L & R shoulder, Start/Select, A, B, X, Y and two extras.
-2.2" Adafruit PiTFT 320x240 Color Display
-Landscape portable console format
The USB female jack allows you to add any peripherals to the Raspberry Pi Zero, such as a WiFi or Bluetooth adapter, USB keyboard or mouse, USB Audio Adapter or USB Hub.
Check out our full step-by-step tutorial:
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