Theres lots of stuff you can do that doesnt require soldering. Breadboards and jumper wires dont need solder. You can connect motors, leds, sensors, and batterys without solder.ChillyTohodet wrote:They wont let me solder, simple as that. I didnt ask what disconcerns you. However what disconcerns me is that you care about anything besides my question.
I thank you.
not possible. alternatively you can play quake or the 1993's doomChillyTohodet wrote: ↑Sun Aug 21, 2016 12:54 amThe Simple Question...
Can an Rpi B run Day of Defeat: Source...or nah?
The Thawed out Question....
I mean I've been looking through everything I can in the past two days on Raspberry pi's 'n such. I came to the conclusion that I won't be able to make anything out of my Raspberry due to my protective guardians. So I sought to find some PC games that it could run. I knew that the classic Day of Defeat was low Ram and overall in performance measures. So I searched that and came upon the statistics for DoD:S the newer version of DoD. I have an Rpi B, so to me it all seemed good, I thought it had what the game needed to run. What I am incredibly unsure about is if the Rpi B has the Graphical Display capabilities to run DoD:S. I couldn't find anywhere as to what the GPU (if it has any) on the Rpi B is... Can it run it? Or not?
Sources: http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cy ... urce/11566
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