GAMES LIST: Games That Work On The Pi


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by mrpi64 » Sat Apr 09, 2016 8:19 am
cpcbegin wrote:Some more new games for raspberry pi:
- The abbey of crime extensum (La abadía del crimen extensum) (java required and raspberry pi 2 or 3), launch it with this command like this:
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java -Xmx340m -jar AbadiaExtemsum.jar

- Vorton (highway encounter remake), fixed and compiled for raspberry pi 2.
- Maldita Castilla, They need to be feed and Super Crate Box for raspberry pi (raspbian jessie needed).
- Lpairs (easy compiling).

All these games runs very fine and fluid, only The abbey of crime is a bit slower booting, but it manages complete fluid in game (all tested on my raspberry pi 2).


Added - cheers!
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by Higgy » Thu Apr 14, 2016 11:17 am
@cpcbegin:

Is it correct that The abbey of crime extensum and Maldita Castilla only from from StartX?

I tried exiting out to CMD line from RetroPie 3.6 and I could not get them to work. :(

It would be great to have them run from RetroPie. I have played Maldita Castilla before and it is excellent.

Thanks
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by cpcbegin » Sat Apr 16, 2016 10:24 am
Higgy wrote:@cpcbegin:

Is it correct that The abbey of crime extensum and Maldita Castilla only from from StartX?

I tried exiting out to CMD line from RetroPie 3.6 and I could not get them to work. :(

It would be great to have them run from RetroPie. I have played Maldita Castilla before and it is excellent.

Thanks


Maybe, I install them in raspbian with X + kodi + retropie (as script). I always launch all games under X.

Another game than compiles and runs ok on raspberry pi (rpi2 under X... at least), Captain 'S' / Capitán Sevilla.
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The game is on English and Spanish, like The abbey of the crime.
You need the PC Linux version, than includes source code that you'll need to recompile following the instructions in docs/INSTALL file.
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by LetHopeItsSnowing » Mon May 02, 2016 5:25 am
I have recently ported Mayhem, a classic multiplayer shooter originally made for the Amiga to the Pi.

http://www.stuffaboutcode.com/2016/04/mayhem-classic-amiga-game-ported-to.html

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You'll need a friend to play.
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by cpcbegin » Sat May 07, 2016 7:45 am
Hurrican, the most spectacular native game I see in my raspberry pi.

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Amazing remake of the classic game Turrican.
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by pzlpi » Wed May 18, 2016 11:02 am
Here is a set of logical puzzle programs which may be of interest.

The free download (2.2MB) includes their Python source code.

The games are: Sudoku, Kakuro, Sokoban, Minesweeper, Futoshiki,
Boggle, Codeword, Sumpuzzle, Jigsaw, Scrabbler and Akari.

All the games can be solved by logic: no guessing is required, and all
have hint and help options designed to enable users to learn how to
solve the puzzles.

The website is http://pzl.org.uk/

Sudoku contains 5000 puzzles and can read and solve external puzzles.

Kakuro contains 5000 puzzles and can read and solve external puzzles.

Sokoban contains 600 puzzles, each with animated solutions, and can
read external puzzles.

Minesweeper can generate an unlimited number of puzzles, all of which
can be solve without guessing.

Futoshiki contains 5000 puzzles.

Boggle can generate an unlimited number of puzzles.

Codeword contains 300 puzzles.

Sumpuzzle can generate an unlimited number of puzzles.

Akari contains 500 puzzles.

Scrabbler can play an unlimted number of games with a range of
difficulty settings.

Jigsaw enables players to use image files or a wide variety of
patterns as jigsaw puzzles.
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by pUnK » Thu May 26, 2016 11:32 am
Arcanum, Disciples II and Fallout here:
https://eltechs.com/gaming-beyond-retropie/

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by psutton » Sat May 28, 2016 11:51 am
Minetest works - and has been directly ported
Mine test is a FLOSS implementation of minecraft, lots of features and you can write Mods using the Lua language.

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http://www.minetest.net/[/url]

The Torbay Tech jam has it's own Minetest server however you need to join the Techjaml IRC server to ask for information.

https://torbaytechjam.org.uk
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by mrpi64 » Sun May 29, 2016 6:24 pm
Thanks all (sorry for the late update) :D
I'm happy to help.
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by joe7dust » Tue Jun 07, 2016 7:58 am
Is there any point to using MEDNAFEN instead of RetroPie? Like does it give better performance and/or more games or something?
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by dankcushions » Wed Jun 08, 2016 9:11 am
joe7dust wrote:Is there any point to using MEDNAFEN instead of RetroPie? Like does it give better performance and/or more games or something?

mednafen what? mednafen is a suite of emulators, some of which will not work well at all (psx), others that will be fine. you can run some mednafen emulators in retropie but only turbogfx is worth using.
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by bullen » Wed Jun 15, 2016 6:37 am
https://github.com/tinspin/rupy - A tiny Java async HTTP application server.
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by OMID-313 » Sat Jul 23, 2016 1:55 pm
Thanks everyone for these great info.

I installed Snake4 and XBubble. But I don't know how to run them.
I type Snake4 on the command terminal, but it says command not found.

Questions:

1. How can I run these installed games?
2. What are some good games to play on command terminal?
3. How can I install the classic pong game?

Thanks.
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by triciabellasario » Fri Aug 05, 2016 11:42 am
There are a lot of responses on this question and I just want to know the crux of it. What games actually work on Rasberry Pi? Just the name of the games.
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by SuperFriendBFG » Sat Aug 20, 2016 10:03 pm
Ultima VII / Blackgate - Using Exult

I love the Ultima games, and I've known about Exult for a long time (I recall getting it to run on my PSP2000). I take no credit for this guide, as the author has already posted it on these forums, but it doesn't seem to be a part of the list. So here you go guys.

https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/view ... 78&t=77185

You need the original game files for this to work. That means that you can buy it off of GOG and copy the game files from there. Something that is not mentioned in the above guide is that there is a tool that lets you unpack GOG installers called innoextract. You can use this tool to unpack most GOG installers. HOWEVER Please be aware, most GOG Installers will unpack into encrypted .bin files, which cannot be extracted. innoextract is a last resort type tool that you can use if you have no x86 PC on hand; it will not always work for GOG games.

http://constexpr.org/innoextract/

Their website includes installation and usage instructions.
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by pUnK » Fri Aug 26, 2016 8:53 pm
How to play HoMM III, Alpha Centauri and Caesar 3 on Raspberry Pi

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by cpcbegin » Tue Aug 30, 2016 8:04 am
triciabellasario wrote:There are a lot of responses on this question and I just want to know the crux of it. What games actually work on Rasberry Pi? Just the name of the games.

See first post in this thread :mrgreen:
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by xbxbxb123 » Tue Sep 20, 2016 4:11 am
is there any way to get Maldita Castilla to work on the default pi2 os? I'm kind of a noob at this. speaking of NOOBs, I think that's on here. I already un-tar-ed it.
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by cpcbegin » Fri Sep 23, 2016 4:33 pm
Retroguru native games for raspberry pi:
- Fruit'Y
- Sqrxz
- Sqrxz 2
- Sqrxz 3
- Sqrxz 4
- Xump
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by Gavinmc42 » Mon Sep 26, 2016 12:41 pm
Enabled the OpenGL and was able to install my favorite game Warzone2100 :P
0.AD also loads faster then crashed when OpenGL enabled :(
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by Bananaman9777 » Sat Oct 01, 2016 8:47 pm
Can spelunky run good enough(min settings 30 fps) on a raspberry pi 3 b
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by Ponunu » Fri Oct 07, 2016 4:17 pm
If someone's interested, I found software, that allows to play x86 games on RPi. Sounds solid. Described here:
https://eltechs.com/gaming-on-raspberry-pi/
Has anyone tried it yet?
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by iNC0GNi70 » Mon Oct 10, 2016 1:27 pm
Hello there ! Some games to add on the list :
Yamagi-QuakeII
Soldier Of Fortune (Extreme Violence, there is a switch though)
Soldier Of Fortune Double Helix (Even worse than above, can be disabled)
Xash3D or Open Source Half-Life - Now this one is a bit particular, since it is open source and has been ported to Android, which uses ARM, however, as far as I'm aware it is compatible with a Raspberry but still needs some workarounds.
DooM 1 and 2 - I mean... How.... How can it be forgotten on that list ?
Doomsday Doom engine : this one's an engine that makes DooM using 3d, since a Raspberry would have trouble using Brutal Doom, at least it's users have a compensation.
Doom3 Like... You see.... I have no idea !!!! I heard that some guy somehow managed to make it run....
I'll continue the list whenever I'll find some names...
That was my contribution of the day.
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by attapi » Sat Oct 29, 2016 10:13 pm
*Please note: The pistore no longer works!* https://www.raspberrypi.org/pi-store-shutdown/ :( If anyone knows how else you can get the games formally from the pi store, please post it :roll: Thanks!
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by mrpi64 » Thu Nov 24, 2016 6:07 pm
iNC0GNi70 wrote:Hello there ! Some games to add on the list :
Yamagi-QuakeII
Soldier Of Fortune (Extreme Violence, there is a switch though)
Soldier Of Fortune Double Helix (Even worse than above, can be disabled)
Xash3D or Open Source Half-Life - Now this one is a bit particular, since it is open source and has been ported to Android, which uses ARM, however, as far as I'm aware it is compatible with a Raspberry but still needs some workarounds.
DooM 1 and 2 - I mean... How.... How can it be forgotten on that list ?
Doomsday Doom engine : this one's an engine that makes DooM using 3d, since a Raspberry would have trouble using Brutal Doom, at least it's users have a compensation.
Doom3 Like... You see.... I have no idea !!!! I heard that some guy somehow managed to make it run....
I'll continue the list whenever I'll find some names...
That was my contribution of the day.


Thanks for the contribution! (been busy, hence very late reply)
Quick question though - where are all these located and how can they be installed?
I'm happy to help.
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