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Caravel Forum : DROD Boards : Feature Requests : Porting DROD to the Retropie
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Hi everyone,

TLDR: Port DROD 1, 2 and 3 engine to Raspberry Pi so we can play with retropie.


This comes from another post: http://forum.caravelgames.com/viewtopic.php?TopicID=41472&page=0#409058

For people that don't know, retropie is a project for putting together a home arcade system with games from Mame, SNES, PC, etc. It uses a micro-computer named raspberry pi which uses an ARM processor.

I have to say that I've had a retropie system for the last 3 month and I've been having a blast playing old games I still had and, since GOG works with dosbox, playing games I didn't have a chance to play previously!

I've discovered DROD when they launched the online game "King Dungan's Dungeon". It is an amazing games and I want to buy Drod 1, 2 and 3 from GOG.

BUT! For the last 3 months I haven't touched my pc or ps3 for playing, the Retropie is just that more convenient and interesting.

I've tried downloading the demo and running it on the PI, but it's for a different architecture.

I come here to ask if someone can port the game to the ARM architecture so we can enjoy DROD in out living rooms.

Best Regards
09-25-2016 at 02:18 PM
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