It is a 128GB Micro SD card with installed Retropie and 110,000+ roms/games preinstalled, just pop it into your Raspberry Pi 3/B or B+ (Pi not included ) – set-up your controllers and you’re ready to play!
Complete or nearly complete libraries of the consoles!
110,000+ Games for Raspberry Pi
Complete or nearly complete libraries of the consoles!
This item is non returnable!
KODI is included as well!
List of systems and games count included below:
- Amiga - 4279 – For the most part works well. Mouse and keyboard required.
- Amstrad CPC - 7,301 – Keyboard and mouse required. Seems to work well.
- Apple II - 2,330 – Keyboard and mouse required. Please note each came has its own configuration for the controllers.
- Atari 2600 - 1,743 – Complete set here! Seems to work great.
- Atari 5200 - 347 – Keyboard required. A bit of a challenge to get it up and running, but once it is – you’re off the races.
- Atari 7800 - 71 - Everything great.
- Atari 800 - 8,577 – Due to the age of this console. It’s a bit tricky to get it running 100% but it can be done.
- Atari Lynx - 268 – Works great.
- Atari ST - 5,088 – Keyboard and mouse required. Seem to work okay.
Commodore 64 - 29,936 - this is actually six different consoles, C64, C128, C64DTV, PET, Plus 4, and Vic-20. Keyboard and mouse is required. You will need to change the emulator for each different console.
- C64 - 26,464 - Everything seems to work well.
- C64-DTV - 24 – It struggles at times.
- C128 - 50 – Some appear to work.
- PET - 30 – Some appear to work
- Plus 4 - 967 - Seems to work alright.
- VIC-20 - 2,914 - Finicky
- Nintendo NES Classic Edition - 37 – Everything works great. There are 22 games that were released worldwide, 8 North America/ PAL exclusives and 8 Japan.
- Nintendo SNES Classic Edition - 26 – Everything works great. There are 16 games that were released worldwide, 5 North America/ PAL exclusives, and 5 Japan exclusives.
- Tandy (CoCo) - 109 – Most seem to work. Keyboard and mouse.
- ColecoVision - 291 – Keyboard and mouse required.
- Capcom Play System I - 63 - I bet other sellers will claim you can't find this anywhere else! But guess, what … we got it!
- Capcom Play System II - 34 – Runs good
- Dragon (CoCo) - 519 – This one is iffy, most work but it can be tricky at times.
- Famicom (Family Computer) – 1,062 – Works fantastic.
- Famicom Disk System - 273 – Works great.
- FM-7 - 227 - Keyboard and mouse required. Finicky, but seems to work.
- Game & Watch - 59 – Works fantastically.
- Game Gear - 410 – Works great!
- Game Boy - 988 – Works fantastic. Appears to be a complete set, Japanese games included as well as a bonus.
- Game Boy Advance - 1,740 – 925 English based games, with Japanese games to fill it out fantastically. Works great.
- Game Boy Color - 726 – Works fantastic, Japanese games included as well.
- IntelliVision - 235 – Keyboard and mouse required.
- MAME - 2,301 – I’d say this works at 99% - Some of the older arcade games a bit finicky. Rarely you’ll run into issues, such as loss of sound. You may need a keyboard to start some of them, but then you can play with a controller.
- SEGA Master System - 414 – Works fantastic.
- SEGA Genesis / Mega Drive - 1238 – Works great, Complete US Game Set. Bonus regions such as Europe and Japan included as well.
- MSX and MSX 2 - 1,911 – Works good, 90% work with a controller but require a keyboard to start. Some require a keyboard to play.
- Nintendo 64 - 251 – Works well, but you have to keep in-mind it really pushes the Pi 3 to its limits. You will need a controller with an analog stick for most of the games. Some of the games are sadly very laggy.
- Neo Geo - 150 – NEO GEO Games only. Works fantastic. (Arcade games are under MAME)
- Nintendo Ent. Sys. - 3,508 – Complete game set! As an added bonus, hacks, homebrews and translations will be included as well for your enjoyment. Works great with a controller
- Neo Geo Pocket - 9 – Works fantastic.
- Neo Geo Pocket Color - 175 – Works fantastic.
- Nintendo PlayChoice 10 - 52 - Another Nintendo Arcade, works good, but keyboard required to start, then you can use a controller.
- Nintendo Vs. System - 46 – Nintendo’s Arcade machine, seems to work great.
- Oric - 530 – Keyboard required, it’s finicky due to the age.
- PC – DOS - 3,156 – Keyboard and mouse required. This one seems to run okay, I’d say 90%.
- PC 8800 - 2,782 – Keyboard and mouse required. Iffy, hopefully will be updated in the future.
- PC 9800 - 2,599 - Keyboard and mouse required. This one can be iffy sometimes.
- TurboGrafx 16 / PC Engine - 411- One of my favorites growing up, works great.
- SuperGrafx - 6 – Works great.
- Sam Coupe - 171 – Requires keyboard and mouse.
- Sega 32X - 36 – Works great.
- SG-1000 / Multivision - 81 - Everything works well. Nine Multivision and 72 SG-1000 games.
- Super Nintendo - 2,616 – Works fantastic, hacked ROMs such as Kaizo mod hack roms are included as well!
- Super Famicom – 1,588 – Works fantastic -
- TI-99 / 4A - 129 – Keyboard and mouse required.
- Vectrex – 116 – Works good, relive your childhood.
- VideoPac Odyssey 2 - 225 – Mouse and keyboard, few games can be played with a controller.
- Virtual Boy - 24 -
- WonderSwan - 112 –
- WonderSwan Color - 95 –
- ·X68000 - 2,320 – This one is still iffy till emulator is updated.
- Infocom Z-machine - 63 – Keyboard required.
- ZX Spectrum – 18,072 – This one requires a mouse and keyboard. For the most part seems to be working well.
Please be aware, this auction is for the preloaded 128GB microSD card with 110,000 + games for numerous consoles. You will need a Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 to run this, I have NOT tested it with older versions.
Additionally, please be aware you may need to have a USB keyboard handy to set-up your controllers for the first time. (It’s quite a simple process)