It seems that you can run doom on anything, and with the help of raspberry PI, NES is no exception. The rasteri created the original concept of the project on YouTube (his project was inspired by howcoo’s NES raspberry PI cart project). However, a manufacturer named bakutendo has brought further action, developing a custom PCB that works with raspberry PI 3 model a + to create a NES game card that works properly. < / P > < p > according to a blog post by bakutendo, there are plans to distribute the new PCB as a kit for developers to recreate the home game cassette project at home. < / P > < p > judging from the official trial video, everything works normally, no matter the image rendering and background music. There is a complete breakdown of the original project and details of the new PCB. Check out bakutendo’s full post for more information and future updates on this project. Global Tech