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originally posted by: Disenchanted1
There is a 2019 version of tecmo bowl. It can be downloaded here. but you will still need the emulator to play it.
originally posted by: intrepid
originally posted by: Flatcoat
Whew! Pretty GPU heavy...are you running dual Titans?
Can't. The Titans weren't in the league yet.
Got me a Raspberry pi 3b and a nespi case. Love just swapping out sd cards for many thousands of games.
originally posted by: burdman30ott6
a reply to: intrepid
My friend, buy a Raspberry Pi and set up a retro console for yourself. You can either run it with a wireless PS3/PS4 or Xbox controller or hit Amazon for the various USB retro controllers if you simply must play Robotron with paddles. You can emulate pretty much everything up to N64 on one, with about half the N64 games being too choppy to be playable. Most PS1 games have worked fine for me, MAME arcade games work perfectly, Jaguar is the only pre-N64 system I haven't been able to successfully get anything working on but it's Jaguar so I'm not missing anything really. I cut my teeth on the NES, too young to have played much Atari, but I have all the ROMS and have played catch-up on the, for sure. Truth be told, however, since MAME runs arcade titles like Frogger, Burgertime, PacMan, Asteroids, Defender, etc from the late 70s and early 80s (along with most arcade titles through the 90s and even some early 2000s titles) you'd find yourself not even bothering to play the hits on Atari and firing up the much better graphics arcade editions more often than not.
It's a purchase you'd not regret, ever.