We live in a world when you can have anything done for you. If you don’t want to spend lots of time and effort into setting everything up yourself this way is what you need. Unzip each game ROM and upload each game folder into its respective game system folder. For example, if you had a Super Mario Bros 3 ROM, you would upload the game’s folder into the “nes” directory.
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If you’re short on floor space, there’s always the option to stick a fully functioning arcade machine on the tabletop. This unit from My Arcade features 35 titles from the Data East classic collection, including BurgerTime, Joe and Mac Returns, and Street Hoop. It’s easy enough to see the appeal of having a throwback arcade machine in your home. But, old technology had a tendency toward being big and bulky.
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If you’re using the Raspberry Pi 3 or 4, I recommend choosing a case with a built-in heatsink. I highly recommend this FLIRC case since it provides passive cooling for the Raspberry Pi 4.
Cabaret models keep the design a bit more on the svelte side, and that’s the case here with the Arcade1UP Galaga Arcade Machine. The button and joystick setup is what you would expect to find on a commercial arcade machine. And very importantly, it’s even got a trackball for hitting those golf balls. When it comes to having a machine that’s ready for just a bit of everything arcade-wise, this machine does it.
I recommend the Buffalo Classic USB Gamepad since it’s inexpensive, highly compatible with the Pi, and comes in sweet Japanese packaging. You can find an Amazon link to that USB controller at the top of this guide. Download FileZilla from their downloads page and install it.
I recommend you uncheck all the “additional components” that FileZilla will ask you to install, such as the Yahoo search page and pokemon emerald toolbar crap. We now need to connect to your Raspberry Pi from your computer so that we can copy over game ROMs and easily edit configuration files.
I recommend connecting your Pi to the Internet to more easily add game ROMs and access additional features such as game rating and description scraping. Also, connecting the Pi to your network will allow you to access it remotely via SSH to perform remaining configuration without needing a keyboard. Next, connect your USB game controller and connect the HDMI cable to a monitor or TV. Always connect the power supply after connecting your other peripherals so that your Pi will detect all of the peripherals properly on boot. Download and install Etcher, open it, and select your SD card drive and downloaded image to “flash” the image to your SD card.
While you can find tons of RetroPie ROMs on any torent site, keep in mind that you should not download any copyrighted titles. You’ll now want to configure your USB gamepad to work with your Pi.