Freeplay Zero Complete

Freeplaytech Complete

So I finally was able to complete the FreePlay Zero build that I have been working on and I have to say i could not be happier with how it turned out. I had a few minor issues with it that I could have fixed with the use of better tools, but we will save that for the version 2.0 that I will be making.

With a 32GB SD Card inserted into it, I have a large number of my old favorite games running, and I let the scrapper run that is built into RetroPie so I have image art to go with it. The sound is decent considering how small the unit really is. I did have some issues with the X and Y buttons, but nothing that could not be fixed later. I also made a small change to it where to exit the emulator, you hold the L button and press Select. This to me is a bit easier to explain to someone then holding the power button for 2 seconds, and then pressing Start and Select at the same time.

Pictures to be posted soon I hope in a new post, just trying to clean up some of the dirt and whatnot.

Chuck Lindblom

Chuck Lindblom
I am a guy who likes tech, and likes to break code. I have made a game or two for fun, and most of the time I have no idea what I am doing. Currently I am working on an unnamed Android / Web Game

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