The team behind the RGB-Pi, Raspberry Pi RGB emulation kit has been hard at work on adding many features to their software. One of the most handy features is auto-mounting USB drives on startup, which is a big time saver for people who keep their roms on a USB drive, as opposed to loading them on an SD.
They’ve also added netplay features, which is an exciting enhancement. Unfortunately, you’re always at the mercy of your ISP, which means even if you have “low” ping rates between locations, you’re still looking at about one frame of added lag for the remote connection. Still a cool feature that I’m looking forward to trying out!
Playing online in CRT easily is possible with EasyNetplay, the new RGB-Pi functionality available in the trial version and a lot of new features.https://t.co/IhpVNq3rTC pic.twitter.com/emA0i2nrs4
— RGB-Pi (@RGB_Pi) June 27, 2018
New RELEASE Final 1.1 with big updates, New script EasyNetplay, arcade selector to force games with overscan and a lot of bugs fixed. See the changelog and donload from the web.https://t.co/qBsG3nfRi4
— RGB-Pi (@RGB_Pi) July 7, 2018