The Panasonic 3do Real Multiplayer was a Home Video Game Console developed by the 3do company in 1994. Its humongous price tag of $700 and oversaturation in the video game market at the time meant it was a commercial failure.
|Emulator||Rom Folder||Extension||BIOS||Controller Config|
|lr-opera||3do||.chd .cue .iso .zip||panafz10.bin||/opt/retropie/configs/3do/retroarch.cfg|
Emulator: lr-opera (formerly known as
lr-opera is experimental, and even with an overclocked RPi3B+ it is slow so it isn't recommended for Raspberry Pi users at this time.
With the Odroid-XU4, performance has increased and made many games playable as of July 2018 when development was taken over by a newer developer. CPU threading being added for the CPU/GPU found in the XU4 continues to increase performance as of September 2018.
Accepted File Extensions: .iso .bin/cue .chd .zip
Place your 3do ROMs in
The file needed is panafz10.bin (md5 hash
Place your panafz10.bin BIOS file in
lr-opera utilises Retroarch configurations
Add custom retroarch controls to the retroarch.cfg file in
For more information on custom RetroArch controls see: RetroArch Configuration