In this tutorial, I will be setting up Raspberry Pi Nvidia Shield streaming so you can stream PC games from your computer straight to the Pi. This project is an awesome way to get games to another screen or TV in your house without spending a huge amount of money on...
The Pi might not be the most powerful machine, but that doesn’t stop it from being a cool gaming device. You will be able to play a ton of classic games and even some that are a bit more modern. Just keep in mind that you will likely run into issues as a lot of games are hit and miss with performance and stability.
If you are looking for tutorials on how to setup your Raspberry Pi as a versatile games emulator, a dos box machine then you have come to the right place.
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As I mentioned above, this is just the start of what’s to come. When more powerful Pi’s are released, we will be able to do more and more in terms of gaming.
If you’re more interested in doing other Pi projects, then we have an ever-growing amount that you’re able to do. From weather stations, right through to web servers there is just so much that you’re able to do with the Pi.
Starting out with the Pi can be a bit daunting especially if you have never used Linux before. If you’re completely new, then you might find that getting started guides extremely handy. Most gaming projects can be done with very little Linux knowledge, so they’re great for beginners.
I hope that you do find this Raspberry Pi gaming projects handy and you’re able to get them working without any issues. If you have anything that you would like to see then feel free to let me know.