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Old 2018-02-06, 18:59
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Is the Raspberry Pi 3B capable of running LBA 1 and 2 under DOSBox?

Can the RPi3B run the LBA games at a playable speed?
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Old 2018-02-07, 10:21
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What kind of phone is that ?

I don't think anyone has tried it yet
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Old 2018-02-07, 10:28
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What kind of phone is that ?

I don't think anyone has tried it yet
A Raspberry Pi is more like a mini computer than a phone. It has your usual usb, hdmi and what not, but fits in the palm of your hand.
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Old 2018-02-07, 10:31
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Is the Raspberry Pi 3B capable of running LBA 1 and 2 under DOSBox?

And it’s cheap. But not so powerful.
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Old 2018-02-08, 07:36
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I see.
That's interesting ! I saw a youtube video where a guy emulates a PS1 with it, so, it should be able to run the LBAs, shouldn't it ?
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Old 2018-02-08, 08:39
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I have one at home and haven't tried yet.
I believe it can work, as emulations on other platforms like Ps1 and N64 run well.
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Old 2018-03-30, 22:24
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I've played LBA 1 using a PS1 Emulator on *RecalBox and *RetroPie, both run pretty well atleast on Raspberry Pi 3B which I was using.

LBA 1 runs on dosBox within RetroPie with some setup; not ideal with keyboard input and folder structures in RetroPie.
PS1 emulation was a simple as plug&play on RecalBox - or RetroPie its a menu install emulator.

Earlier models however do suffer some significant performance drops and I wouldn't recommend them; even though the Raspberry Pi Zero looks temping because its so small form factor.

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Old 2018-03-31, 00:59
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Can the RPi3B run the LBA games at a playable speed?
Sorry for the late reply, yes both LBA works in Recalbox on the RPI3. I don't know for Retropie though. You can join me more easily on my Discord.

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Old 2018-06-01, 19:26
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Yes it could! The Raspberry Pi runs games like Minecraft pretty smoothly
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