RetroPie builds take up approximately 40% of my daily project searching. Whether it’s across social media, within the depths of YouTube, littering my inbox, or shared across office messaging, I see RetroPie everywhere. I can look across my desk right this moment and spot two different USB controllers and two RetroPie-imaged SD cards from where I … Continue reading →
Over at Mozilla HQ (where Firefox, a browser that many of you are using to read this, is made), some retro hardware hacking has been going on. The Mozillans have worked their way through several office music services, but nothing, so far, has stuck. Then this home-made project, which started as a bit of a joke, … Continue reading →
We often see really fantastic looking retro builds that are one-offs; so you can’t replicate them at home without a lot of artistic and mechanical skill. So we were really pleased when Oscar Vermeulen emailed us yesterday about the project he’s been working on. As well as having made something that’s both functional and utterly desirable, he’s had the … Continue reading →
All work and no PLay ma es Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull bot. All work and NO play makes JACa dull boy. Doesn’t it, though?  There are some very nice gaming projects about at the moment so without further ado I declare that Wednesday 14th November is Raspberry … Continue reading →