The other day I was looking for RetroPie for Raspberry Pi 4 and I found it, but it was quite the process and I thought I had screwed something up, so after an hour I gave up. Then I went through the process again and gave up after an hour. I later found out that I was on the right track both times before I gave up, but the sheer amount of data that had to be downloaded was crazy.
Then, on Reddit, I found “Supreme Duo” and gave it a look.
The download is available on this Reddit Post:
Keep in mind that the download of the image file is about 9-10GB and, when extracted, is closer to 19GB, so you’re going to need a 32GB+ micro SD card in order to get this installed.
Once you’ve extracted the image file from the archive, you can use Etcher to copy it to your micro SD card. Then plug the micro SD card into your Raspberry Pi and turn it on. In just a short amount of time you’ll be on the “desktop” and ready to get started with your retro gaming session.
About Supreme Duo
There are a TON of emulators in the system and the way Supreme Duo is put together looks great. Each emulator screen gets a new back drop that makes it look like that system. Very cool touch.
More than emulators, you’ll get a FULL DESKTOP that you can access via Pixel. While you’re in Pixel, there are a few games that you can launch from there as well. There are also a couple of VM tools if you’re interested in that kind of thing.
Overall, everything ran pretty well, though there were a few games that ran pretty slowly and lagged pretty bad.
If you’re looking for a completely new retro gaming experience, it’s definitely worth taking a look at Supreme Duo.
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