ZXBaremulator with Perdigao’s Arcade Games Selection

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  • Create Date September 23, 2020

Ready to flash image containing ZXBaremulator and Games!

The partition has 1GB of space, so you can still add lots of games (in TAPS folder).

Fully tested with Raspberry PI Zero W, Raspberry PI 2 Model B and Raspberry PI 3 Model B.

Works with:

  • Raspberry PI 1 and Zero (but sound doesn't work through HDMI);
  • Raspberry PI 2;
  • Raspberry PI 3;

Raspberry PI 4 is still not supported.

Unzip the downloaded file, and use balenaEtcher to flash the image to a micro SD like described on this post -ZXBaremulator Easy Install.

Then, insert the micro SD on you Raspberry PI, power on and enjoy the Games!

Contains the games selection presented in this post - ZXBaremulator SD Install Step 3 – Updating the Files on the micro SD.

All Games were downloaded from https://worldofspectrum.org/archive, and are free to download and play.


Imagem pronta a "flashar" para um microSD, com o ZXBaremulatorJogos!

A partitição tem 1GB de espaço, podendo assim acrescentar muitos mais jogos (na pasta TAPS).

Testada com sucesso em Raspberry PI Zero W, Raspberry PI 2 Model B e Raspberry PI 3 Model B.

Funciona com:

  • Raspberry PI 1 e Zero (mas sem som via HDMI);
  • Raspberry PI 2;
  • Raspberry PI 3;

Raspberry PI 4 ainda não é suportado.

Descomprima o ficheiro descarregado, e use o balenaEtcher para escrever a imagem num cartão micro SD conforme descrito nesta publicação: post -ZXBaremulator Easy Install.

Depois, insira o cartão micro SD no Raspberry PI, ligue o PI à energia e disfrute dos Jogos!

Contém os jogos selecionados por mim, e apresentados nesta publicação - ZXBaremulator SD Install Step 3 – Updating the Files on the micro SD.

Todos os jogos foram descarregados de https://worldofspectrum.org/archive, e são grátis para descarregar e jogar.


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Arcade games and Retro-Gaming enthusiast. Computer and Software Engineer. Playing computer games singe the 80's Golden Age, and working with computers, programming and computer science since his first machine (ZX Spectrum 48K+).