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I added 60 games no problem to my friends mini. 90 games total. Its pretty easy and painless to do. I like how u can Google the skins of the roms real easy as well. I still think a raspberry pie is a better retro alternative though.
LOL this is one of those retro things only the older guys will appreciate. I have JNES on my laptop and my cell phone with all the NES game roms ever produced. Let me know if you need the ROM folder, I will send the link via PM as its not technically legal, I dont want to post openly on the site.
So, if someone is still interested in RetroArch, I've made a new pack (and removed the previous one from my Google Drive). Now the game ID is a little more meaningful (CLV-H-RARCH), and all RetroArch files are in /games/[Game ID]/libretro instead of /games/[Game ID]/etc/libretro.Also I've added .desktop_temp file in the "game" folder and few lines to the init script that remove automatically generated .desktop file and replace it with the temp one. This is basically a quick hack meant to bypass Haxchi2's .desktop generation.https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByJabzdhjqvQdC1aZ19NTWgzY1kYou can download other cores directly from LibRetro's BuildBotHow to use this:Extract archive contents to Haxchi2 folder, agree to replace init fileCopy additional cores to games/CLV-H-RARCH/libretro/core (not necessary)Copy ROMs to games/CLV-H-RARCH/libretro/romsOpen Haxchi2, enable RetroArchIf you need folders, clone and build Haxchi2 from GitHub, then make sure to enable "Settings -> "Pages/folders structure" -> "Custom - show Folders Manager every time"Synchronize. Make sure to move RetroArch to the root folder if you enabled custom folders in the previous step.That's it.As always, thanks to madmonkey for the RetroArch binary and Cluster for a very convenient Haxchi2.
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