Pi 5 tho
The new version of the Raspbian operating system and desktop
You asked four it
Use Python and Pygame to recreate Gradius' sprite-following Options
Phenomenal cosmic experiments...in an itty bitty living space
Hello, my name is Ada Lovelace
The audio is good, the UI works, and the movies are decent
Thank you, Andy. We will miss you.
You spin me right round, baby, right round
Spooky goings-on in your local school
Revive old tech using a Raspberry Pi
The first isometric game to hit arcades was Sega’s pseudo-3D shooter, Zaxxon
Fill yer boots!
Knee-deep in marinade
A very British rover
Click on penguins for fun and conservation
Cats are fickle
Leave us alone, we're barbecuing.
What makes MakeFest special?
Use Python and Pygame to create a character with a simple walk cycle animation
A royal visit
Look at me still talking when there's science to do.
Best. Game. Ever.
Three cheers for the printed word
Answer your door wherever you are
Yolanda shares her story
The crowded, noisy realm of eighties amusement arcades presented something of a challenge
Try Issue 190 of Custom PC magazine for free!
Do you want to play a game?
Game to your heart's content
Come and chat with us at Maker Faire!
click click click click
The classic Bomberman was first released in the early 1980s as a tech demo for a BASIC compiler
Announcing our ‘Gender Balance in Computing’ project
The Royal Mail celebrates 50 years of British engineering
Bridging computer science and literacy
teabag or tea-bag?
Sophy Wong is the queen of wearable tech!
A new book on programming from Raspberry Pi Press
Take me to the clouds above
DING DING DING DING
The games industry owes a lot to the humble bat and ball
You do drone on
Shake it off and start again
Fun with Wolfram
Bring on Phase 3
Here's to another 2000
Where do astronauts go to drink? At the spacebar!
Pang was first released as an arcade game in 1989
Strike a pose
Extra security for your loved ones
SAVE THE HUMMUS
Come and visit us at the Raspberry Pi Shop in Cambridge
Where is the 3D printing industry heading?
Gorgeously programmable drum kit made from junk
Beautiful, addressable LED cylinder
Look at the shiny!
Space Invaders introduced ideas fundamental to video games
Gotta get down on Pi Day
Instaframe, Instaframe, does whatever an Instagram does
Role models are important
"You have died of dysentery"
Quantum computing on a Raspberry Pi?!
Hello from the other Pi
How musical game worlds are made
The Raspberry Jam Big Birthday Weekend, now on - we hope! - all seven continents
Making playing the guitar accessible
We're constantly learning
Light up your life
"These blobs are stuck on each side of our potato-heads"
brrrrrr reeeeeeeeee greeeeeep brrrrrrr...
Was this case the reason 3D printers were invented? Probably.
Inside the Dreamcast homebrew scene
Happy International Day of Women and Girls in Science!
What does the word mean to you?
Pump up the Jam
Simple setups saving history
Write your own text-based adventure
"Pictures came and broke your heart..."
Run your own Coolest Projects event
Guitar and Pi make beautiful music together
Our flexible board for industrial applications now has better performance and more Flash storage
Hey, Google, shhhhhh...
From HackSpace magazine issue 15
More Picademy in more places
Clap on, clap off. Clap on, clap off. Clap on...
From Hello World issue 7
Teeny tiny computing
Two BAFTA-winning game devs talk about their industry paths
Videos as you brush your teeth
Explore the creative ways in which people are programming and learning with Scratch
We're all Banksy now
Coolest Projects USA registration is now open
Ahead of the curve