Retroflag GPi Review: The Raspberry Pi Game Boy We’ve Been Waiting For!


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This is our review for the Retroflag GPi CASE, the first commercially-available Raspberry Pi Game Boy! We’ll cover how the GPi works, potential mods, power options, and an in-depth analysis of each core feature. And this thing packs a punch!

Step aside custom Game Boy Zero builds, the $69.99 Retroflag GPi CASE was just released on June 11th, 2019.

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● Everything you’ll need (direct links to Amazon):
1. RetroFlag GPi:
2. Raspberry Pi Zero W:
3. 32GB Micro SD card:
4. Micro SD card reader:
5. NiMH AA batteries:

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● (NEW) Full GPi setup and usage guide:

● Theme song:
“Microchip” by Jason Farnham from the YouTube Audio Library.

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24 thoughts on “Retroflag GPi Review: The Raspberry Pi Game Boy We’ve Been Waiting For!”

  1. Mod wise, I'd love to see wireless charging of an embedded battery. So it acts like a modern probable, but has the overall look of a gameboy.

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