Raspberry Pi Compatible USB Gamepad

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In between bouts of hacking and tinkering every Raspberry Pi programmer needs some rest and recreation! What better way to relax and unwind, than loading up your favorite 90s retro game and blasting some aliens' pew!

These Raspberry Pi gamepads not only look the bee's knee's, but they have a comfortable edging, have excellent tactile #clicky# feedback and work with all the emulators we could get our hands on! It's wired USB with a 1.4m cable, and it's plug and play with RetroPie.

Button-wire, it features all the usual suspects - LT, RT, L1, LB, RB, X, Y, A, B, BACK, START and D-PAD. It's also got additional analogue joysticks which are mapped to the D-PAD; you turn it on and off with the big shiny button in the middle. Honestly, what more do you need from a gamepad?


  • Compatible with RPi 4B, 3B+/3B in RetroPie system.1.75m Cable
  • USB Interface
  • Dual L & R Shoulder Buttons
  • Four Way Direction Pad (D-Pad)
  • Back and Start Buttons
  • Analog and Digital Modes Supported
  • Two 360 Mini-Joysticks with Digital Buttons

Package Including

  • 1 x Gamepad

direction for use

1. Download the Retropie game simulator, which can turn our Raspberry Pi (or PC) into an independent retro game console, which can integrate Nintendo red and white machines, GameBoy, SNES and other game systems.
link:https://retropie.org.uk/download/ 2.Use Win32DiskImager.exe to burn after system download
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3.After the burning is completed, insert the sd card into the Raspberry Pi, connect the screen and the handle, and then start the Raspberry Pi
4.The first time you enter the system, it will ask you to configure the gamepad by default. If there is no corresponding button, you can long press a button to skip
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5.After the setting is completed, you need to connect to the WiFi of the same LAN as the computer, because the subsequent configuration requires the Raspberry Pi and the computer to be in the same LAN

  1. Use the left and right buttons on the handle to select "retropie"
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  3. select "wifi"
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  5. select "yes"
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  7. select the first item
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  9. Select "wifi", connect the keyboard to enter the password
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6.After the setting is completed, you need to import the game, enter "\\ retropie \ roms" on the computer resource manager of the same LAN
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7.Put the game in the same folder as the game suffix, for example, if the file extension is nes, then put the game in the nes folder
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8.After that, you will see your imported games in the nitendo options :)
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