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Go on.....give away your age. You remember these?
R8,990.80  Inc VAT
For use with arcade joysticks that use header cables
R49.82  Inc VAT
R999.90  Inc VAT
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R1,399.90  Inc VAT
This is a NES inspired enclosure for your Raspberry Pi system. It can turn your bare Raspberry Pi PCB into an elaborate gaming console.
R429.90  Inc VAT
Make Games with Python, the 2nd book in The MagPi Essentials range, is designed to help you learn the coding skills you need to create amazing games and applications on your Raspberry Pi.
R75.20  Inc VAT
Counter Top Arcade 2 player (arcade 2 player)
These arcades are available in different designs and colours. Please give us a call at 087 702 2764 for availability.

Pishop has created this pre-built beauty that will take you back to the good old days. We made them just a little bit smaller to fit on your lapa or kitchen table. 550mm x 540mm x 890mm with a 19.5 inch display.

Dual player controls with all the good 2D games you remember.
We also include a T16 remote control for easy use on Kodi as a media center.

Unfortunately we cannot offer the standard flat rate R100 shipping on these units as they are too heavy and bulky. Please also ask about shipping rates to your area. You are as always still welcome to collect at our premises.

Cabinet:

Proudly locally designed and manufactured 11 panel arcade case with high quality matt vinyl wrapping.
550mm x 540mm x 890mm (LxWxH)

Display:

Tech Specs

 

Product Description

Mecer LED monitor - 19.5"

Device Type

LED-backlit LCD monitor - 19.5"

Aspect Ratio

16:9

Native Resolution

1366 x 768 at 60 Hz

Brightness

250 cd/m²

Contrast Ratio

5000000:1 (dynamic)

Response Time

2 ms

Colour Support

16.7 million colours

Input Connectors

VGA/HDMI

Colour

Black

 

Sound system:

Tech Specs

 

Product Description

Logitech Z211 - speaker system

Product Type

Speaker system - 2.1-channel

Localisation

EMEA

System Components

2 speakers, subwoofer

Speaker Type

Active

Amplifier

Integrated

Power Options

USB powered


Power supply:

Specifications:
Input Voltage:AC 110/220V
Output Voltage:DC12V
Max Current:5A
Power:60W
Frequency:50/60Hz
Size:About 110mm x 79mm x 37mm

https://www.pishop.co.za/store/power-other/110220v-12v-5a-miniature-switching-power-supply

Zero delay controller x 2:

https://www.pishop.co.za/store/arcade/zero-delay-arcade-usb-encoder_1132

Features

  • "Zero Delay" Lag-Free USB Encoder
  • Plug and Play USB Encoder
  • Fully Compatible with Raspberry Pi (in addition to Windows/XP etc.)
  • Includes Wiring Loom
    • USB to Microcontroller
    • 1 x 5 Pin Joystick Loom
    • 16 x 2 Pin JST Button Wires 
  • Encoder Inputs
    • 1 x 5 Pin Joystick Input
    • 1 x 10 Pin Joystick Input
    • 12 x Unmapped Button Inputs
    • 4 x Hardware Preset Button Input
      • AUTO - For autofire
      • TURBO - For rapidfire
      • CLR - Clears AUTO/TURBO
      • MODE - Sets thumb-joystick mode
    • Dimensions: 85mm x 35mm x 10mm


Buttons x 16:

https://www.pishop.co.za/store/arcade/arcade-button-blade-type-red

LENGTH: 6,2 cm
WIDTH: 3,7 cm
CIRCUMFERENCE: 19 cm
WEIGHT : 40g

Joystick x 2:

https://www.pishop.co.za/store/arcade/round-8-way-joystick

LENGTH: 10cm
WIDTH: 9cm
CIRCUMFERENCE: 28cm
WEIGHT : 160g 

This joystick works using blades instead of switches.
The blades are replaceable and available as listed parts.

 

Pi 3 model B:

https://www.pishop.co.za/store/raspberry-pi-boards/raspberry-pi-3---model-b

Specifications

  • Processor
    • Broadcom BCM2387 chipset.
    • 2GHz Quad-Core ARM Cortex-A53 (64Bit)
    • 11 b/g/n Wireless LAN and Bluetooth 4.1 (Bluetooth Classic and LE)
  • GPU
    • Dual Core VideoCore IV® Multimedia Co-Processor. Provides Open GL ES 2.0, hardware-accelerated OpenVG, and 1080p30 H.264 high-profile decode.
    • Capable of 1Gpixel/s, 1.5Gtexel/s or 24GFLOPs with texture filtering and DMA infrastructure
  • Memory
    • 1GB LPDDR2
  • Operating System
    • Boots from Micro SD card, running a version of the Linux operating system or Windows 10 IoT
  • Dimensions
    • 85 x 56 x 17mm
  • Power
    • Micro USB socket 5V, 2.5A if you want to add some power hungry USB devices

Connectors

  • Ethernet
    • 10/100 BaseT Ethernet socket
  • Video Output
    • HDMI (rev 1.3 & 1.4)
    • Composite RCA (PAL and NTSC)
  • Audio Output
    • Audio Output 3.5mm jack
    • HDMI
    • USB 4 x USB 2.0 Connector
  • GPIO Connector
    • 40-pin 2.54 mm (100 mil) expansion header: 2x20 strip
    • Providing 27 GPIO pins as well as +3.3 V, +5 V and GND supply lines
  • Camera Connector
    • 15-pin MIPI Camera Serial Interface (CSI-2)
  • Display Connector
    • Display Serial Interface (DSI) 15 way flat flex cable connector with two data lanes and a clock lane
  • Memory Card Slot
    • Push/pull Micro SDIO ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
    • Power Converter for sound and Pi:

SD card
Comes pre-loaded with the following software:

Software:


All games loaded are from “My abandon ware”:

https://www.myabandonware.com/browse/developer/A/

How to load new games:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDdN6HieYvA

Go on.....give away your age. You remember these?
R8,990.80  Inc VAT
Gamepad module for micro:bit with Joystick and Buttons (3A2 micro:bit gamepad)

Overview

This little module adds arcade controls to your micro:bit, makes it possible to turn the micro:bit into a mini game console. There's onboard buzzer to play music and game background effect. It is powered from a 14500 Li-ion battery (not included), conversely, it allows to charge the battery through USB connection.

Features

  • micro:bit edge connector, directly pluggable
  • High quality joystick, dual channel analog outputs for precise positioning, one channel digital output for press control
  • Onboard battery and charge circuitry, powered from battery, also charges the battery through USB connection
  • Battery indicator, blinks 1/2/3/4 times indicates the power remains about 25%/50%/75%/100% respectively
  • 4x colorful buttons
  • 2x side buttons, related to the A/B buttons of micro:bit, easy to use
  • Buzzer for playing music and game background effect
  • Comes with development resources (micro:bit graphical demo/python code/user manual, etc.)

Specifications

  • Operating voltage: 5V
  • Battery type: 14500 Li-ion
  • Dimension: 150mm x 50mm

Pinouts

SYMBOLPINDESCRIPTION
A5Button A
B11Button B
C15Button C
D14Button D
E13Button E
F12Button F
X1Joystick X axis
Y2Joystick Y axis
P8Joystick press
Buzzer0Buzzer

Dimensions

Development Resources

Wiki : www.waveshare.com/wiki/Joystick_for_micro:bit

R169.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi Compatible USB gamepad (1D1 wired gamepad)

In between bouts of hacking and tinkering every Raspberry Pi programmer needs some rest and recreation! What better way to relax and unwind, than loading up your favorite 90's retro game and blasting some aliens pew pew!

These Raspberry Pi gamepads not only look the bee's knee's, but they have a confortable rubber edging, have excellent tactile #clicky# feedback and work with all the emulators we could get our hands on! It's wired USB with a 1.4m cable, and it's plug and play with Retropie.

Button-wire, it features all the usual suspects - A,B,X,Y,R1,R2,R3,L1,L2,L3, START, SELECT, and D-PAD. It's also got additional analogue joysticks which are mapped to the D-PAD; you turn them on and off with the big shiny red button in the middle. Honestly, what more do you need from a gamepad?

Techincal Details

  • 1.4m Cable
  • USB Interface
  • Dual L & R Shoulder Buttons
  • Eight Way Direction Pad (D-Pad)
  • Select and Start Buttons
  • Analog and Digital Modes Supported
  • Two 360 Mini-Joysticks with Digital Buttons (L3 & R3)
  • KXD 881S Professional Gaming Control
R203.90  Inc VAT
5P Cable for Arcade Game Controller Joystick (3A5 Joystick ribbon cable)
Features:

Length: 20cm
For use with arcade joysticks that use header cables

Package Includes:

1 x 5P Cable
For use with arcade joysticks that use header cables
R49.82  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi Wireless USB Gamepad (1C1 Wireless gamepad)

In between bouts of hacking and tinkering every Raspberry Pi programmer needs some rest and recreation! What better way to relax and unwind, than loading up your favorite 90's retro game and blasting some aliens pew pew! You can use these wireless USB controllers for your Raspberry Pi Arcade Build, or with your Raspberry Pi Robot!

These are Wireless USB gamepads, just plug in the nano USB reciever and away you go! The controller is battery powered, so you'll need to add 2 x AA batteries!

Features

  • 2.4GHz Wireless Gamepad with Nano USB Receiver
  • Max Range ~ 8m - 10m
  • Ergonomic Design & Anti-Sweat Surface Finish
  • Battery Powered by 2 x AA Batteries (Not Included)
  • Auto Sleep Mode
    • If no receiver - Sleep in 10 seconds
    • If no button operation - Sleep in 5 Minutes
    • To wake press the HOME button
  • Service Life ~ 500,000 Presses
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi & Android Devices
    • Includes USB to MicroUSB Adaptor for Micro USB devices e.g. Pi Zero, Smartphone etc.
  • Dimensions: 160mm x 100mm x 70mm
  • All the buttons!!!
    • A,B,X,Y,R1,R2,R3,L1,L2,L3, START, SELECT, HOME, RETURN, MENUand D-PAD
R279.90  Inc VAT
Picade DIY kit - 8 inch display (3B1 Picade 8inch)

Picade

The ultimate desktop retro arcade machine! Picade is a Raspberry Pi-powered mini arcade that you build yourself, with authentic arcade controls, a high resolution 4:3 display that's ideal for retro gaming, and a punchy speaker to hear those 8-bit game soundtracks at their best

The all-new Picade has been completely redesigned, from the inside out! There's new artwork, a new display and display driver board, dedicated power button, an all-new Picade X HAT, easier wiring, easier access to the interior of the cabinet, beautiful new packaging, a bunch of extra goodies (stickers and an enamel Picade pin), and a gorgeous Picade poster and assembly instructions.

Picade comes in kit form, and it'll take around two to three hours to build. The cabinet is made from powder-coated MDF, giving it a quality look and feel similar to a full-size arcade. All you'll need to add is a Raspberry Pi, power supply, and micro-SD card.

You can watch a video on  Picade at https://youtu.be/5iUuOH1Ip4A

Cabinet features

  • Black, powder-coated panels
  • Acrylic marquee and console with authentic artwork
  • Push-fit arcade buttons
  • Joystick with black ball top
  • 3" speaker (5W, 4Ω)
  • Easy access with removable back panel
  • Dedicated illuminated power button
  • Grippy rubber feet
  • Dimensions: 350x230x210mm

8-inch display features

  • 1024x768 (4:3 ratio) IPS (wide viewing angle) display
  • Pimoroni-designed and manufactured HDMI display driver board and keypad controls
  • Powered by micro-USB cable (included) from your Pi

10-inch display features

  • 1024x768 (4:3 ratio) IPS (wide viewing angle) display
  • Pimoroni-designed and manufactured HDMI display driver board and keypad controls
  • Powered by micro-USB cable (included) from your Pi

Picade X HAT features

  • Easy DuPont connectors for buttons and joystick
  • Push-fit speaker terminals
  • I2S audio DAC with 3W amplifier (mono)
  • Power management, power switch pins, and power button
  • 4-way joystick inputs
  • 6 player buttons
  • 4 utility buttons
  • Metal standoffs to hold your Picade X HAT securely

Extras

  • Picade enamel pin badge
  • Pimoroni Super Sticker Selection
  • Picade poster / assembly instructions

What's new!?

The cabinet is more compact, so it fits more neatly on your desk, but has a higher resolution 8"  or 10" display (1024x768). The display is driven by a new Pimoroni-designed and manufactured driver board, with keypad controls. It's an IPS panel, so it looks great from any viewing angle!

The all-new Picade X HAT is packed full of useful features. We've moved from more fiddly screw terminals to simple DuPont connectors that just push in, and the speaker terminals are the same easy push-fit connectors that we use on pHAT BEAT.

There's dedicated power management on-board Picade X HAT; just plug your micro-USB power supply into the HAT and it'll power your Pi through its pins. The power button connected to the HAT means that once your Pi is safely shutdown, the power will be cut completely to the Pi. A simple press of the power button will boot your Picade up again.

The new buttons in Picade are lower profile, and the new joystick has a single connector rather than the eight spade connectors on our previous Picade joystick.

A gorgeous new neon-look Picade logo on the marquee, and rainbow stripes on the console and screen-surround, evoke classic consoles, as do the assembly instructions and poster.

Building your Picade

We hope the included assembly instructions have everything you need to build your Picade, but we've also filmed a complete build video of Picade that you can watch as you build and learn some handy tips and tricks. Find it at https://youtu.be/gTgu1fUVsmw

The sections are also available separately in a playlist here.

We've also put together an online tutorial that incorporates the assembly instructions, important tips and amendments, and the videos for each section, so do check that out!

Software setup

We recommend the RetroPie operating system for your Picade. You can download it from the RetroPie website and then burn it to a micro-SD card with Etcher.

Connect a USB keyboard to your Pi, and connect to Wi-Fi in the RetroPie menu. Press F4 to exit to the terminal and then type curl https://get.pimoroni.com/picadehat | bash to run the Picade HAT installer.

Reboot your Pi, if it doesn't prompt you to. Press the "Alt" key on your keyboard and then select "Configure input" to configure your Picade's controls. You'll find that the sound and power button should both be working now too!

Notes

If your Picade display doesn't show anything when you first power it up, then it could be because the HDMI display is not being detected by the Raspberry Pi. This can happen because power isn't supplied to the USB ports on the Raspberry Pi for the first few seconds of booting. The solution is to edit the /boot/config.txt file on your RetroPie SD card, and add hdmi_force_hotplug=1 on a new line at the bottom of the file.

If you'd like to design your own artwork for your Picade, then we've made a handy PDF that has the outlines and dimensions of the marquee, screen shim, and console. You can download it from the Picade HAT GitHub repo here.

Where to find ROMs for RetroPie (free and legally) https://howchoo.com/g/otiwyjhlnzb/where-to-find-roms-for-retropie

and here http://cvaddict.com/article.php?articleid=15

R2,499.90  Inc VAT
Picade Console DIY kit (3B1 Picade console)

Power-up your TV with Picade Console! It's a compact, Raspberry Pi-powered retro games machine with authentic arcade controls that plugs right into your TV, monitor, or other HDMI display.

Picade Console is fight stick-style arcade console that riffs off our new Picade with the same retro feel, same joystick and buttons, dedicated power button, and driven by the same powerful combo of the Raspberry Pi and Picade X HAT. It's beautifully packaged, comes with stickers and a neon-infused A3 Picade Console poster, and full assembly instructions.

It comes in kit form and takes an hour or two to build. The enclosure is made from powder-coated MDF and acrylic, giving it an authentic arcade look and feel. All you'll need to add is a Raspberry Pi, power supply, HDMI cable, and micro-SD card.

*TV not included! Using a CRT TV requires additional adaptors.

Video available on this unit at https://youtu.be/TiFBHOZROrw

Features

  • Black, powder-coated panels
  • Acrylic console with retro artwork
  • Push-fit arcade buttons
  • Joystick with black ball top
  • Speaker (3W, 4Ω, 2.5" driver)
  • Easy access with removable back panel
  • Dedicated illuminated power button
  • Grippy rubber feet
  • Dimensions (assembled): 245x120x140mm

Picade X HAT features

  • Easy DuPont connectors for buttons and joystick
  • Push-fit speaker terminals
  • I2S audio DAC with 3W amplifier (mono)
  • Power management, power switch pins, and power button
  • 4-way joystick inputs
  • 6 player buttons
  • 4 utility buttons
  • Metal standoffs to hold your Picade X HAT securely

Extras

  • Picade Console poster / assembly instructions
  • Picade stickers

What's new!?

Picade Console is more compact and easier to build, but has a bunch of new features liked a dedicated power button, better cable routing out the back of the console with a panel-mount micro-USB connector for power, and slick new artwork.

The new buttons in Picade are lower profile, and the new joystick has a single connector rather than the eight spade connectors on our previous Picade joystick.

Picade X HAT is all-new and packed full of useful features. We've moved from more fiddly screw terminals to simple DuPont connectors that just push in, and the speaker terminals are the same easy push-fit connectors that we use on pHAT BEAT.

There's dedicated power management on-board Picade X HAT; just plug your micro-USB power supply into the HAT and it'll power your Pi through its pins. The power button connected to the HAT means that once your Pi is safely shutdown, the power will be cut completely to the Pi. A simple press of the power button will boot your Picade Console up again.

Software setup

We recommend the RetroPie operating system for your Picade. You can download it from the RetroPie website and then burn it to a micro-SD card with Etcher.

Connect a USB keyboard to your Pi, and connect to Wi-Fi in the RetroPie menu. Press F4 to exit to the terminal and then type curl https://get.pimoroni.com/picadehat | bash to run the Picade HAT installer.

Reboot your Pi, if it doesn't prompt you to. Press the "Alt" key on your keyboard and then select "Configure input" to configure your Picade Console's controls. You'll find that the sound and power button should both be working now too!


Where to find ROMs for RetroPie (free and legally) https://howchoo.com/g/otiwyjhlnzb/where-to-find-roms-for-retropie

and here http://cvaddict.com/article.php?articleid=15

R999.90  Inc VAT
K11 Wired Gaming Keyboard 28 Keys LED Backlit Usb Ergonomic Pro Gamer Left/Right Hand Single-hand Control Keypad for PC Laptop (Gamer keyboard)

A>MINI PORTABLE. 28 keys, portable size so you can carry everywhere anytime, and with Wrist Rest, perfect for one hand control, left or right hand, convenient to control, humanized design.

B>1 RAINBOW BACKLIGHT. "Fn + Esc": Turn on/off the light. "FN+3": Increase the backlight; "FN+4": Weaken the backlight, and the backlight will turn off when it is weakest. "Fn + Alt/Ctrl": Switching to the Breathing Light.

C>MULTIMEDIA KEYS & SHORTCUTS. Easy-access dedicated multimedia controls, it is convenient and easy to switch between gaming. "Fn+1" equals to F1; "Fn+2" equals to F2; "Fn+5" changes to "m".

D>ERGONOMIC DESIGN. Delicate appearance, humanized design, large and soft rubber palm rest ensures you long time using without feeling tired, perfect for single hand user, convenient to control.

E>BROAD COMPATIBILITY. Plug and play support, compatible with Windows 8/los/android and other systems. Used with Notebook / Desktop PC. Perfect for the home office or workplace.

Specifications:

Working voltage :5V

Type: wired single-handed gaming keyboard

Model : K11

Apply For Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Mac OS X

Key-press force: 55±10g

Keystroke lifetime: :≥50 million

USB Cable Length: 1.2m

Product weight:350g

Interface: USB

Keys : 28 Keys

Size : 155mm x 185mm x 28mm

Packing Includes:

1 x Gaming Keyboard
R319.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ Game Kit + 32G SD Card + 2 Game controllers + Acrylic Case + Fan + 3A Power + Heat Sink + HDMI Cable for RetroPie (Pi3B+ game controller bundle)

Get started with the Raspberry Pi with one of our pre-boxed kits
These kits are perfect for beginners that are just just getting exposed to the Raspberry Pi, Media enthusiasts looking to stream online content with Kodi, developers looking to exploit the many advantages of the RPI's GPIO pins and anybody looking to get some cool goodies at a great price! They contain all of the essential items that you need to get up and running in no time.

Please Note: These kits are pre-boxed and cannot be modified at all, we do however keep stock on all of the individual items so if you have a special need simply feel free to browse through the rest of our product offerings and select the items that you'd like.

The kit comes equipped with:


Perfect for use with RetroPie - https://retropie.org.uk/


Want to take your kit to the next level?

Turn your RPI into a Media Centre
Grab yourself a remote control, select LibreELEC or OSMC when setting up your RPI and you'll be streaming in no time. You can even add a wireless keyboard, mouse or other similar controllers

Want a cheap eco-friendly PC
Grab a Keyboard and Mouse, select Raspbian when setting up your RPI and you'll be browsing the web, sending emails, editing spreadsheets and watching videos just like you're used to with a desktop/laptop.

We know you love retro gaming!
Check out our Arcade section, whether you just want a retro control or a mini DIY arcade cabinet we have what you're looking for.

Did somebody say Robotics?
We've got some cool beginner's items in our robotic section

Our Kits come with the latest version of NOOBS – New Out Of the Box Software pre-installed, While we will certainly try our best to assist with any software related questions we cannot offer any kind of official support on community driven, open source, or non-PiShop produced proprietary software.
NOOBS, Raspbian, RetroPie, LibreELEC and OSMC are all open-source software, please visit the developer's respective websites for more info.

So what is NOOBS anyway?In Short, NOOBS is an installer, when you switch your RPI on NOOBS will guide you through the installation of your software of choice... seem confusing? Don't worry it really couldn't be easier

  • Raspbian - a full desktop for normal day to day work. Email, internet, office suite, programming etc.
  • LibreELEC RPi2 - our preferred version of Kodi for use as a media centre.
  • OSMC Pi2 - for more control of your Kodi media centre
  • Windows 10 IoT Core - nope this is not windows 10. It simply enables you to run projects and apps for the IOT environment.
  • RetroPie, Lakka and Recalbox - retro gaming for the RPi.

A whole bunch of other really cool technical info can be found here.

Coming Soon. Login and add this item to your wishlist to be notified when stock arrives. Pricing is estimated at this stage and might change.
R1,399.90  Inc VAT
SNES USB Famicom Colored Super Nintendo Style Controller (1C3 Retro controller SNES)

Get your retro on with the Raspberry Pi compatible SNES style USB gamepad! This is not an official Nintendo product, but a 3rd party USB type replica of the Super Nintendo/Famicom unit produced in the early 90's!

We tested quite a few from different suppliers, and these were the best - with nice snappy, clicky buttons, and the traditional blue, red, green, yellow layout.

Features:

  • USB Connector
  • Raspberry Pi Compatible
  • D-Pad
  • Buttons: Start, Select, X, Y, A, B, R, L
  • Cable Length: 1.4m
R79.90  Inc VAT
Mini Retroflag NESPi NES Style Case For Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B+ (AW Nespi retro case)
Specifications:

This is a NES inspired enclosure for your Raspberry Pi system. It can turn your bare Raspberry Pi PCB into an elaborate gaming console.

NES Style:
We created this Pi case applying the most iconic element in the retro game world as a homage to the most classic console ever made.

POWER button, RESET button and LED all functional:
Front loading cartridge cover
Behind the small, hinged door, there are two USB ports and one standard RJ-45 connector.


Improved HDMI and Audio Ports
This is done to enhance the experience of using your HDMI and audio out-put cables.

Micro SD card slot on the Side
We put the slot for your Micro SD card on the side to allow more space for you to operate more freely.

Compatibility:
RASPBERRY PI 3 MODEL B, RASPBERRY PI 2 MODEL B, RASPBERRY PI 1 MODEL B+

Customization:
We tailor made this enclosure to fit your Raspberry Pi PCB perfectly so that you can use it like a NES console the way you remember it.

  You can view the manual at http://retroflag.com/download/NESPi_CASE_Manual.pdf

Package Includes:

1 x NESPi Case
4 x Adapter PCB(power,usb,lan)
1 x Screw driver
1 x Instruction manual

Grab yourself one or two retro controllers to complete the retro look and feel.
Add a fan and heat sinks to further cool down your Raspberry Pi



This is a NES inspired enclosure for your Raspberry Pi system. It can turn your bare Raspberry Pi PCB into an elaborate gaming console.
R429.90  Inc VAT
WS Game HAT for Raspberry Pi (1C1 Game hat)

Overview

This Game HAT will turn your Raspberry Pi into a classic game console in a second, recalls you all the gaming pleasures in the memory.

Game HAT Features

  • 3.5inch IPS screen, 480×320 resolution
  • 60 frame experience, smoothly display, no more frame loss
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi A+/B+/2B/3B/3B+ (Raspberry Pi Zero/Zero W/Zero WH requires another HDMI cable)
  • Integrates battery charge circuitry, powered from a 18650 lithium battery (NOT included), plays anywhere anytime
  • Battery capacity indicator
  • Onboard speaker and earphone jack, listen to the familiar BGM from the old days

Keys Introduction

  • Game function keys vary according to specific game
  • Start + Select to exit current game
  • Menu, Up/Left, Down/Right, Exit, this four keys on the bottom allow to adjust screen brightness/contrast, volume, etc.

Dimensions

Development Resources

Wiki : www.waveshare.com/wiki/Game_HAT

And just maybe you want to print your own case for this HAT: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3267519

R619.90  Inc VAT
The MagPi Make Games with Python (B1 book python games)

Make Games with Python, the 2nd book in The MagPi Essentials range, is designed to help you learn the coding skills you need to create amazing games and applications on your Raspberry Pi.

While countless millions of us like nothing more than spending hours racking up high scores on our favourite games, too few of us are exposed to an even more gratifying way to spend the evening – making them.

Master essential game-making skills across 10 chapters:

  • Creating shapes and paths
  • Movement and animation
  • Using the keyboard & mouse
  • Adding sound and music
  • Simulating physics and forces
  • Building classes for actors
  • Creating your own shoot-em ‘up
Make Games with Python, the 2nd book in The MagPi Essentials range, is designed to help you learn the coding skills you need to create amazing games and applications on your Raspberry Pi.
R75.20  Inc VAT
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