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arcade
Barely a month slips by at the moment without my ordering some new flat-packed goodies from IKEA. Our family, still gradually settling into the house we moved into just before our eldest was born, goes about its book-savouring, toy-categorising, craft-supply-hoarding life within a sturdy framework of TROFAST, EKBY and BESTĂ…. The really great thing is... Continue reading
What do you do if you are given a big old wine barrel? You could make it into a twee garden planter; go over Niagara Falls in it; or cut off the end and make a secret passage like in Scooby Doo. Or you could do the obvious thing and build a Raspberry Pi-powered arcade... Continue reading
I’ve got one of those rubbish Dance Dance Revolution mats at home for my PlayStation. You may have one yourself – they’re prone to skating all over the floor, wrinkling up at just the wrong moment and generally mucking your game up. And occasionally causing horrible injuries. Of course, with a little elbow grease and... Continue reading
Raspberry Pi Gaming Day continues with a MAME cabinet. The arcade emulator MAME was first mentioned on the Raspberry Pi forum on 29 July 2011, just two days after it opened and the MAME meme has been popular ever since. We’ve seen our share of solid projects but Darren’s full size, ex-JAMMA cabinet complete with... Continue reading