Quote from Tom on November 3, 2017, 9:04 pm
well why shouldn't it be possible? But of course the processing power is something to consider- I did use retropie for pi2 and pi3, and I'd always invest the few bucks and go for a pi3, but pi zero should be a little faster than pi1, so most 8-bit emulator shouldn't be a problem, even SNES & co seems to go fine (but opinions differ, see for example https://retropie.org.uk/forum/…..o-run-well ). So, my advice would be, if you're going for a bartop, which usually isn't cheap, I wouldn't want to save when picking the heart of the whole system, better invest some more money for a pi3 so you're not annoyed about slowness or lag later on, spoiling the fun..
Pretty much exactly what he said ^^
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