Saturday, 29 June 2019


My son and I built a mini tabletop arcade machine. As luck would have it, the width of an old wooden IKEA drawer is the same width as a USB NES controller. It’s nice when things fit like that.

The brains of the operation sits a small Raspberry Pi Zero running Retropie. Even without a knowledge of coding, setting up a retro gaming system using Retropie is really simple and I would definitely recommend giving it a try if you’re toying with the idea.
Why stop there? Using the same ingredients you can then go on to build more interesting and creative gaming projects. One of my favourites has to be the retro gaming picture frame that I build a couple of years ago for an event.

Cloud Storage - Devlog #2

I have a rough concept of the game. Thoughts now turn to the environment and map the player will be playing in. I've played a great many...