I'm fairly certain that most of the Disney tie-in games had chiptune versions of the music. I don't really have time to look up which songs charted right now but there's a lot of games that fall into that category.
Sorry, but you're using a 3rd party image bundled with the hardware, which we don't/can't support.
Note that selling RetroPie is against the project's license - https://retropie.org.uk/about/legal/, so you've been scammed, since RetroPie is free/open source software.
@victimrlsh I know it's meant to have a rotary with push-down for fire, with a separate single "grenade/enter tank" button in the middle of the panel.... so I did the best I could with my panel and it works fairly well.
I have a split two-player joystick setup... left joystick is set to be the player control, right joystick is the gun/turret position control. Directly below and next to the right joystick, I have two buttons for the old school "two-player" games. The button closest to the joystick I can hit with the base of my hand, or just point the joystick and drop down to fire continuously. So that became the "fire" button. The adjacent button is the "grenade/enter tank" button, which I can slap or hit quick with my other finger, then jump back on the joystick.. etc.
Also.... my Joysticks on this particular cabinet are original Wico leaf-button sticks. I tried using the newer cherry switch style buttons that I have on another cabinet.. but the feel is not the same.
It's private. Thanks for asking btw :) Hopefully when it's FINSIHED (still testing, making tweeks, etc), I'll upload it. It's for now, just a RPI 3B attached to a Official 7" Screen. You could probably imagine it :)
I have been messing around with the pi 1 model b, and I have found that if you overclock the retropi, to 1000mHz, and sigificantly increases your speed of pi and are able to play emulators that you were not able to play before. This includes Sega 32x and GBA. However overclocking your pi can seriously damage your pi. This is because you are forcing the CPU to work faster then it was designed for. Recommand you do this for short periods of time, but never long term. The only Pi that you can successfully overclock is the Pi Zero, which has been designed at the hardware level to run at 1000mHz. To overclock go to retropi settings and then go to overclocking.
Also if you add a keyboard and mouse you can use the ports emulator. In the retropi settings, to to retro pi setup. Click on optional packages, that then scroll down to the bottom of the list, you will find a selection of open-source (free) games to play with a keyboard and mouse. Connect the pi to the internet and download from binary. Reboot the pi and then play. All work on the pi 1 model b without overclocking.
Struggled with this as nothing was working (I only had a wireless USB keyboard handy so I couldn't even get the pi to book into recovery mode). Figured out a pretty easy solution.... 'sudo passwd -d pi' deleted whatever was in the password field so I then could just use passwd to make a new one!