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Retropie Version

A topic by gusgorman created Aug 18, 2016 Views: 1,284 Replies: 5
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Hi Geod,

First off, I just want to say how utterly game changing this is. Wow. I am blown away by not only your creativity to dream up such a concept in the first place, but then to go on and develop it so damn well. I am in awe of your talents. I sent you some money to support this project, and I can't wait to see where you take it, especially with the help of the community who are editing such stellar .3dn files. Thanks to everyone involved!

My main wishlist is that I would eventually love to see a version of the emulator ported to the Linux-based Raspberry Pi. Playing on my computer is fine, but I do most of my retro gaming on my TV. I've got the Pi running Retropie and Emulationstation, and my God I would LOVE to have 3DNES functional on that thing. Is this something you ever envision yourself working on to implement? Even if it's a premium feature, I would happily pay for a version like this.

Once again, thank you to everyone for being so damn awesome.

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Thank you very much for your support.

I have considered the Raspberry Pi port. Unfortunately this is impossible for the moment. Unity doesn't have any support for Linux Arm yet.

But an Android port is definitively on the vision. For Raspberry Pi maybe we have to wait after the Android port of 3DNes and the development of Android version for Raspberry Pi.


Hi Geod,

Thanks for the response. Pardon my lack of tech skills, but this just means I'll need to have a second micro SD card with Android installed as its OS, and then I can load 3DNES on it? That seems like a totally fine compromise. I'll keep my eyes on the development of Android for Pi and 3DNES for Android, and then pounce once they're both ready to work together.

Thanks very much for the exciting news, Geod. Keep kicking ass with this.

Unity supports WIndows IoT, and Pi runs IoT, so it may be possible to run this on PI with Windows IoT running

Pi still doesn't have graphic driver for Window IoT yet. So let's wait and see.

Darn, I would love to play 3D Megaman on my retropie. Still, amazing job! It works like a dream!