Playing games from can fill your childhood with fun. Muscle memory usually kicks in with the old classics you spent days playing, even if it was decades ago. Sliding back into that groove is almost like coming home. No wonder retro gaming has never been more popular. You can buy a variety of great retro gaming consoles, each with its own allures and drawbacks, or you can build your own.
The Picade is a mini arcade cabinet kit. It includes all the hardware you need, packed in an organized box with clear assembly instructions. Add a Raspberry Pi, a USB-C power supply, and a microSD card with RetroPie OS, and you’re ready to game. With everything set up correctly, you can play games for any retro system you can think of on the emulator (Atari, Nintendo, Sega, NeoGeo, Amiga, Amstrad, ZX Spectrum — the list goes on), although you have to provide the game by law Reason to make ROM yourself.