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Brand new from-scratch build for your Raspberry Pi 400 (the pi built in to the keyboard version)!  Works fantastic!

 

For Sale: One (1) loaded 512 GB micro SD card for the Raspberry Pi 400 (single board computer - retro game device). Plug in to your Pi 400 and start gaming!   Uses the latest Batocera 36 for the Pi 400.

 

Includes Dreamcast, Sega Naomi, Sammy Atomiswave, Playstation, PSP, Arcade/Mame, among many others as listed in detail below.  

 

23 beautiful Themes pre-installed, some of which are:   RVGM-BT-Theme (default), Alekfull-Artflix, Alekfull-NX, Artflix-Cobalto, CRT-CabBlast-Rogue,  CRT-CabBlast-Tifa, DynamicBox, EpicMAX-Cody, Animatics, ArcadePlanet, Carbon_custom, Comicscrap, Forever, Hexa-Master, Hudgem-Master, Minimal_custom, Next-Level-Remix, Playstation-X, RCBX, FakeXMB, Metroid-Spin, & Supersweet.  All themes were fixed to properly display all systems.  See my pics which show several of these themes.

 

Approximately 21,000+ quality games (~92 systems) including their game artwork and gamelists in the roms directory are installed. Games have video snap previews, mixart, and wheel (header/marquee) art, typical. Custom bezels were added for all systems. For Arcade Games (i.e. FBNeo and MAME) and most of the console systems, game-specific bezels are setup through the Batocera decorations folder, as all games are set to run in their native aspect ratio.  CHEATS have been installed available through the retroarch menu for many popular systems.

 

Games have video previews that play too as you scroll down through the game list on each system. Awesome menu background themes loaded which can be easily switched up.  23 themes I pre-installed as listed above.  Games allow saving game play at ANY spot within the game, typical. Games can be identified as "Favorites".  Awesome "Custom Collections" are already setup and can be modified easily the same method as adding favorites. The Arcade Favorites collections have hundreds of the best arcade games (from the thousand+ on system).  Again, custom game-specific bezels (decorations) are setup for arcade and console systems.  That's right, literally thousands of game specific bezels installed and enabled… awesome!!  Handheld and computer systems have system-specific bezel art typical.

 

I went through each console and made sure it had the top/best games loaded. I left about 2.5 GB free space on the sd card available for save states and smooth operation.  Playstation games look great as the default PSX core PCSX ReARMed has a setting to allow 2x resolution (nice feature).  There's also Swanstation & Duckstation emulators too for PS1.  Connecting bluetooth controllers is simple!  This is the very best 512 GB card for the Raspberry Pi 4!!  

512 GB Raspberry Pi 400, Batocera 36 SD Card - NEW! ~92 systems!

$135.00 Regular Price
$109.00Sale Price
  • This micro SD card has the following systems on it, and I list the approximate game count below:

    System - approx. # Games Installed:

     

    ->ARCADE Systems:

    Atomiswave - 17

    Daphne (LaserDisc) - 14

    Arcade (FBNeo) - 1831

    MAME (Mame2003+ typ) - 325

    Model 3 (Sega) - 1  "Star Wars Trilogy" (runs well)

    Naomi - 84

    Neo Geo - 140

     

    COMPUTER SYSTEMS:

    Amiga 1200 - 1,963

    Amstrad CPC - 211

    Atari 800 - 348

    Atari ST - 305

    Commodore VIC-20 - 175

    Commodore 64 (C64) - 713

    MS DOS - 92

    MSX - 635

    MSX2 - 100

    ScummVM - 47

    Sharp X1 - 49

    Sharp X68000 - 117

    ZX Spektrum - 182

     

    -->Consoles:

    3DO (Panasonic) - 23

    Adventure Vision (Entex) - 4

    Arcadia 2001 - 48

    Astrocade - 42

    Amiga CD32 - 105

    Atari 2600 - 617

    Atari 5200 - 96

    Atari 7800 - 58

    ChannelF (Fairchild) - 30

    Colecovision - 141

    CreatiVision (VTech) - 15

    Dreamcast (Sega) - 179

    FDS (Nintendo) - 128

        In Submenu (Famicom) - 386

    GX4000 (Amstrad) - 25

    Intellivision - 136

    Master System (Sega) - 277

    Genesis (Sega Megadrive) - 1,231 (784 + 137 + 34 + 44 + 191 + 41) 

        In submenu: Genesis - Sonic Hacks - 137

        In submenu: Genesis Streets of Rage Hacks - 34

        In submenu: Genesis - Misc. Hacks - 44

        In submenu: Megadrive-Japan - 191

        In submenu: English Megadrive Translations - 41

    Megadrive-MSU (MSU-MD) - 15

    Nintendo 64 (N64)  - 302 + 20 N64 Hacks in submenu

    Neo Geo - 140

    Nintendo (NES) – 1,479 (782 + 697)

        In submenu: NES Hacks - 697

    Odyssey 2 - 85

    NEC TurboGrafx-16 - 94

        In submenu: NEC PC-Engine - 290

    NEC TurboGrafx-16 CD / PC Engine-CD - 54

    NEC PCFX - 2

    Pico-8 - 23

    Playstation (Sony) - 419

    PV-1000 (Casio) - 13

    Satellaview (Nintendo) - 39

    Saturn (Sega) - 63

    Super Cassette Vision - 29

    Sega 32X - 34

    Sega CD - 70

    SG-1000 (Sega) - 68

    Super Game Boy - 25

    Super Nintendo (SNES) – 1,513 (795 + 64 + 509 + 145)

        In submenu: SNES Hacks - 64

        In submenu: Super Famicom - 509

        In submenu: SFC English Translations - 145

    SNES-CD (MSU1) - 28

    Sufami Turbo - 15

    Super Grafx (NEC) - 5

    Tic-80 - 1,020

    Uzebox - 61

    Vectrex - 24

    Virtual Boy - 25

    V. Smile (VTech) - 12

    Pygame - 1

    EasyRPG - 1

    OpenBOR - 128 (included D&D Animated Series game)

    Ports - 20

    Solarus - 7

     

    HANDHELDS:

    Arduboy - 233

    Gamate - 58

    Game & Watch - 52

    game.com - 19

    Game Gear (Sega) - 259

    Game Pocket Computer - 5

    Game Boy - 834

    Gameboy Advance – 1081

        Includes GBA Hacks in submenu

    Gameboy Color – 572

        Includes GBC (Pokemon) Hacks in submenu

    Game Master - 18

    Tiger LCD Games - 27

    Lynx (Atari) - 83

    Mega Duck - 25

    Nintendo DS (NDS) - 166

    Neo Geo Pocket - 9

    Neo Geo Pocket Color - 45

    Pokemon Mini - 22

    PSP (Sony) - 428   (132 PSP + 296 PSP-Minis)

        In submenu: PSP Minis - 296

    Supervision - 44

    WonderSwan - 117

    WonderSwan Color - 100

     

     

    DISCLAIMER:

    The Batocera software and game roms/iso’s are FREE to download (readily available on the internet) and are included at no charge to you. Software is open-source. You are paying for the parts & time to assemble and program/code the software. All cards/systems are thoroughly tested before shipping. Enjoy!

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