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Build a portable computer in The MagPi magazine #98

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Haunted House Hacks

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. (Or the second most wonderful, depending on which The MagPi team member you talk to.) Get ready for Halloween and bonfire night with Rob’s collection of terror-ific projects. Haunt your house and make it a Halloween to remember.

Haunted House

Play classic games legally with Raspberry Pi

Playing retro games and building retro consoles is a fun project, and we’re constantly on the lookout for better ways to play games. KG Orphanides is our retro expert and this month KG looks into ways to legally play classic Sega games, alongside new games for retro machines.

Play classic console games legally on Raspberry Pi

DIY Score Counter

We’re endlessly impressed by how Raspberry Pi makers build incredible things with the world’s best computer. DIY Score Counter is a scoreboard that can be used to keep score in any kind of game. Built by the maker to rate beers in a head-to-head contest, the project can be used for any sport.

DIY Score Counter


Raspberry Pi Compute Module is the amazing industrial computer behind a technical revolution. The CubeSat project builds a dual-redundant computer for space exploration using two Compute Modules.


PiBoy DMG review

We’ve tested many fine gaming kits here at The MagPi. And this PiBoy DMG has Rob excited with its combination of analogue and digital controls, screen adjustment, high-quality finish, and excellent design. The perfect retro gaming kit? Certainly the highest rated so far.

PiBoy DMG review

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