It is a 64GB 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!
Complete 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 64GB 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)