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Quick Installation Script for the ControlBlock

We realized that the installation of the ControlBlock driver could be simplified. Therefore, we created an installation script that does all the needed steps for compiling, installing the binary, and configuring the ControlBlock service for you! To install the driver and service for the ControlBlock, this is now all that ou have to do: Also, there is a Youtube video …

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Issues with your d-pad? RetroPie Release 3.2.1 might help

We have just published a bug-fix release, RetroPie image v.3.2.1, that fixes controller configuration issues for RetroArch-based emulators. For all of you that installed version 3.2 and are having trouble with the d-pad on the controllers: You can also fix that manually by editing /opt/retropie/configs/all/retroarch.cfg and removing the lines at the end That should fix the problem. All users who …

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RetroPie 3.2 is Released

Soon after the release of RetroPie 3.1, we are please to announce v3.2. Although only a couple of weeks have passed, there have been a fair number of improvements. Changes since 3.1: Fixed binaries of mupen64plus and lr-tyrquake and removed mupen64plus-testing as it is now included in the default mupen64plus. Updated to Hatari 1.9, and built in IPF image support. …

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RetroPie 3.1 Released

We are pleased to announce the release of RetroPie 3.1! Among others, major features of this release are a more memory-light theme “Carbon”, an initial module for bluetooth keyboard support, and and new MAME emulators. Some EmulationStation tweaks and splashscreen improvements also made it into this release. Also, Berryboot images are provided now! Thanks a lot to everyone who has contributed …

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RetroPie 3.0 is Released

After 6 months of hard work we are pleased to announce the release of RetroPie 3.0. This retro-gaming project brings together a collection of popular emulators for those computers and consoles that you grew up with from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s, all wrapped up and ready to run on the famous Raspberry Pi. From Atari 2600, to Sega Mega …

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Take a Look at all Logo Submissions

With the announcement of the logo for the RetroPie project many people have asked for publishing all submissions to look at and give their opinions about them. So, here they are – all 84 submissions that we received. You will notice that the current iteration of the RetroPie Logo is additionally shown. Also, you have the possibility to vote for a single submission that best suits the RetroPie project in your opinion. …

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