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Published in 2016-1-7 20:20:34 | Show all floors |Read mode
Hello,

What system do you install an emulator with which Orange Pi to play with older consoles (NES, Super NES ...)?
Thank you.


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Published in 2016-6-1 11:56:00 | Show all floors
RetroPie will be the best

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Published in 2016-12-16 14:54:17 | Show all floors
garjourney replied at 2016-6-1 11:56
RetroPie will be the best



RetroPI is not avaliable ATM...

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Published in 2017-1-6 00:32:41 | Show all floors
Retroorange is the same as retropi...theres a lot of info at youtube.

The other way to play old consoles is installing the android and using the apps

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Published in 2021-7-10 12:27:16 | Show all floors
For retro games, RetroPI is the best but as it's not available currently, you can use Retroorange as @jsepulvw suggested. You can even play idle games like click speed test or kohi click test on the retroorange. But I would like to differ on the suggestion of installing android. Day by day, android builds are getting laggier and literally leave you with low-performance issues.
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