I downloaded the Pi Zero version of the RetroPie image a few hours ago and it worked fine. https://retropie.org.uk/download/
I haven't tried to play Back to the Future on it though.
I just updated to 4.3.3 and while I was able to navigate through EmulationStation to get to the retropie setup menu, and was able to select that I wanted to update retropie with the controller, when I get to the "Notice" screen, I'm unable to select "OK" with a controller. I had to plug in a keyboard and press
Enter to get back to the
RetroPie-Setup Script menu. Navigation for other items in the menu seems to work.
Has anyone else experienced this?
For what it's worth I'm doing this on a Pi 3 with 4.3.3 (f420ed1)
The three random numbers for this week are: 201 1339 48
The result of the poll is posted on Wednesday, so we have Monday and Tuesday for experimentation.
Game Name: Boxy Boy (US)
ROM file name: boxyboy.zip
Game Name: Penguin Brothers (Japan)
ROM file name: penbros.zip
Game Name: Andro Dunos
ROM file name: androdun.zip
MAME ROW stands for MAME Random Of the Week. We randomly select an arcade game from the 0.78 MAME Reference Set to play on the week. The idea is to play games we've never played before, interact with other forum members, post hi-scores, share game strategies, fun facts, and (the most important) HAVE FUN!
We usually post hi-scores screenshots after playing with only one credit. If you used more than one credit, please mention it on your post.
There's no need to use RetroPie to join the MAME ROW! You can play it on any platform you want.
Feel free to post your hi-score (or any content about the game) anytime you want on the previous rounds topics (link below).
Every Monday we create a topic at the "General Discussion and Gaming > MAME Random Of the Week" forum section with the 3 random games to be voted. And on Wednesday we check the result.
These "rules" are constantly being improved!
I met James Rolfe today, and he’s a really nice guy.
I got him to sign my NES and copy of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
I also bought two Genesis 6-button controllers and his copy of Rocket Knight Adventures CIB! From
the f@$kin nerd himself!
I didn’t buy one, but can confirm they actually exist
After picking up a CRT the other week, I'm thinking about making a shelf and displaying my older consoles instead of just keeping them in storage and pulling them out once in a while to play.
I'm wondering how those of you who have multiple consoles displayed are doing it, and how many you have out.
I am leaning toward displaying one variant of a given system (for example, not a NES toaster and a top loader, just one or the other), but I'm also not wanting to build a piece of furniture and then think "Oh man, I bought another console and now I have nowhere to put it."
Right now I have the following consoles:
I am leaning toward getting the following:
I'm really not into modern gaming very much. The PlayStation 2 is backward compatible with PlayStation 1 games, so that covers me there. Am I missing something obvious? Is it worth picking up a Wii U or Switch?
@andershp I had to use save states for Mario 2. That game is brutal. I'll try again in the future (you need to beat it 8 times before you can unlock World A) but the wind. THE WINNNNNDDDDD!
For Mario 1 I didn't, but I don't recall how long it took me. I've played the game countless times with various iterations of warp zones and such. I don't remember playing all the way through without warp zones before the other day though.
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