Turning the Raspberry Pi into a gaming machine is a classic use case for the mini computer—emulators for the legally gray win!—but Portaberry Pi is one of the nicer set-ups. It includes a Raspberry Pi Model B, a 4.5-inch TFT display, a 3D-printed case, and various components to construct a boxy handheld retro gaming device. Check out the finished project on YouTube with the device running Super Mario World for Super Nintendo.
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