@BillyH said in What are the top 5 games you currently enjoy playing the most on your Pi and why?: 5 - Indiana Jones And The Fate Of Atlantis (ScummVM). I think it's my second favourite point and click game (after Day Of The Tentacle), yet it will probably never get a remaster. 4 - Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace (PS1). Okay, so it's not exactly a great game but it's got a big nostalgia factor for me (and I'm young enough to initially like the TPM movie when it was released). Never got through the entire thing back in the day. 3 - Grand Theft Auto 2 (PS1). I never had a PS1 (I had the N64 then) but I bought a few games to play on my brother's PS1; GTA 2 is definitely my favourite even though it has less of a nostalgia factor for me than The Phantom Menace. 2 - Donkey Kong Country trilogy (SNES). The first game was a great experience back in the day. Played through it again last year but I really began to notice the downside of RCA output to HD screen, and I'm getting increasingly afraid of the batteries in the cartridges dying on me. I've recently bought the second and third game of the trilogy, never really got into those as a kid, but haven't played them yet on the SNES so I hope I'll take the time for them soon, to get into the mood for Tropical Freeze on the Switch. 1- Super Mario 64 (N64). One of the N64 games that the Pi 3 can reasonably handle, and about the only game I've already played more than a few minutes of on RetroPie. I doubt if I'll be able to get through the game before it's rereleased on the Switch though (sorry RetroPie, but any game on you that comes to the Switch, I'll play on there instead). And @Impman66, I thought the movie Pixels was pretty funny, though, as one of my geek friends put it, seeing as the movie is in 3D it should have been named Voxels. That was my list over a year ago. I've put my RetroPie aside for a while, with what little gaming time I had going to either the Switch or the N64, with some room to play the newest Assassin's Creed and Hitman games on PS4. I've returned to RetroPie recently though, and find myself playing several games again. I've put GTA 2 beside me for now, and as for Super Mario 64, since last year I've bought an N64 so I can play my games regularly again. For PS1 and SNES, I really appreciate the RetroPie shaders so the games look good on my big modern television, but for N64 I feel the most comfortable way to play is with the original controller, and it helps that the N64 emulation isn't perfect. It also helps for PS1 and SNES that I think those original controllers are less comfortable, so I have no problems with swapping those for the Switch wired controller that I've bought for the RetroPie. That being said, I guess this would be my current list: 5 - Donkey Kong Country trilogy (SNES). The first game was a great experience back in the day. Played through it again two years ago but I really began to notice the downside of RCA output to HD screen, and I'm getting increasingly afraid of the batteries in the cartridges dying on me (these are two big reasons of why I've bought a Pi and installed Raspberry on it). I've recently bought the second and third game of the trilogy, never really got into those as a kid, but haven't played them yet on the SNES so I hope I'll take the time for them soon. I've played through Tropical Freeze on the Switch by now, but I still want to finally play through the original trilogy. 4 - Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace (PS1). Okay, so it's not exactly a great game but it's got a big nostalgia factor for me (and I'm young enough to initially like the TPM movie when it was released). Never got through the entire thing back in the day. 3 - Indiana Jones And The Fate Of Atlantis (ScummVM). I think it's my second favourite point and click game (after Day Of The Tentacle), yet it will probably never get a remaster. 2 - Asterix & Obelix (SNES). So I've actually beaten this on cartridge contrary to DKC2-3 and JP, but I still find the ease of continuing where you left off with save files makes games like these so much more fun to replay than with passwords. 1- Jurassic Park (SNES). I've even quite recently turned on the SNES to try and play this again. Next to Super Castlevania IV, Jurassic Park on the SNES is probably my favourite game that I never actually finished. I've found that I just don't have the time to figure everything out, but I've started using save states now and I'm a few hours into the game, hopefully I find enough gaming time to finish this by the end of this month. I might go for Jurassic Park 2 afterwards, which is another game I like but have never gotten through.