How To Build Your Own SNES Classic Emulator
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From here, unplug the USB stick and re-insert it back into the Pi. Give it a few seconds for the RetroPie emulation software to copy the game/s over. Another way you can tell if the copying is complete is if the lights on the Pi stop blinking rapidly. Once this process is finished, restart the Emulationstation software on the Pi and your SNES Classic Emulator will be good to go.
One of the great things about our Raspberry Pi system is that it isn’t relegated to just SNES games. In general, you should be able to run games from the 8-bit and 16-bit era. This includes Sega Genesis or NES ROMs, too. Just make sure that you are using legal ROMs.