PinkyPi X is the latest in the Pinky Pi lineup, this version is based around the Waveshare Gamepi15 game hat for the Raspberry Pi Zero.
A Precompiled RetroPie image can be downloaded from PinkyPi X RetroPie Image
This image is based on RetroPie 4.5.1 has the PiSNES emulator configured as well as MAME, NES and others.
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There are 3 options for control;
Depending on your preference, pick a matching top half for either Arrow Keys or one of the D-Pad options. In my personal opinion, the D-Pad was abit more stiff and I prefer the Arrow Keys.
If you choose the D-Pad top, there are 2 D-Pad options;
A concave D-Pad, and a 2 piece larger / flat D-Pad. The 2 piece was designed with 3D Printing and assembly in mind, and needs to be glued together once assembled.
The Arrow Keys were made noticeably smaller and loose fitting on purpose, to ease edge/layer grinding and snagging against each other during intense play, or diagonal key presses.
Items to print:
Top - (D-pad or Arrow Keys)
volume - (Optional, if you want hardware control of volume via the gamepi15 controls)
D-Pad OR D-Pad Large if you choose the Top-D-Pad
Arrow Keys if you choose the Top Arrow keys
(note, the small plastic stems that print with the D-Pads can be used/glued in place to keep the D-Pad from pressing all 4 buttons at once, hence used as a fulcrum. I've not tested this as of yet.)
If you choose to utilize the Volume dial, it may be best to add a drop of glue to secure it to the Volume potentiometer on the GamePi15 hat.
If you choose to utilize the larger 2 piece D-Pad, it is best to glue both sections together after assembly as well.