Batocera Retro Gaming OS: Complete Emulator Compatibility List for All Raspberry Pi Models

When Batocera meets the Raspberry Pi, what happen is an impressive, tiny and considerably cheap emulator box that can play numerous retro computer application and games as well as various retro game console games. Check out below on what are the system compatible when Batocera installed on the Raspberry Pi so that you know what are compatible and what are not (yet) compatible with Raspberry Pi.

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Check out below for Complete Emulator Compatibility List for All Raspberry Pi Models. Image courtesy of Raspberry Pi Foundation.

For Batocera installation guide on Raspberry Pi, check out the following link: Beginner’s step by step guide to Install and Setup Batocera on Raspberry Pi at JILAXZONE.

Here are the Complete Emulator Compatibility List for All Raspberry Pi Models.

As of when this article is written, the list presented below are correct, taken and summarized from Batocera Compatibility Information Table (reference:

Here they are, sorted alphabetically:


“Yes”: Means compatible.
“-“: Means not (yet) compatible.
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Batocera on Raspberry Pi does support some of MAME games. Image courtesy of Brettv8 (from Wikipedia)
SystemRaspberry Pi 0 W/WH
Raspberry Pi A/A+
Raspberry Pi B/B+
(known as Raspberry Pi 1)
Raspberry Pi 2BRaspberry Pi 3A+
Raspberry Pi 3B/B+
Raspberry Pi CM3/CM3+
Raspberry Pi 4B
Raspberry Pi 400
3DO Interactive MultiplayerYes
Adobe Flash Player
Amiga AGAYesYesYesYes
Amiga CD32YesYesYesYes
Amiga CDTVYesYesYesYes
Amiga OCS/ECSYesYesYesYes
Amstrad CPCYesYesYesYes
Amstrad GX4000YesYesYesYes
Apple IIYesYesYesYes
Apple IIGSYesYesYesYes
Atari 2600YesYesYesYes
Atari 5200YesYesYesYes
Atari 7800YesYesYesYes
Atari 800YesYesYesYes
Atari Jaguar
Atari LynxYesYesYesYes
Atari STYesYesYesYes
Cave StoryYesYesYesYes
Commander Genius
Commodore 128YesYesYesYes
Commodore 64YesYesYesYes
Commodore PETYesYesYesYes
Commodore Plus4YesYesYesYes
Commodore VIC-20YesYesYesYes
Dos (x86)YesYesYesYes
Family Computer Disk SystemYesYesYesYes
Final Burn NeoYesYesYesYes
Fujistu FM-TOWNS
Future Pinball
Game and WatchYesYesYesYes
Game BoyYesYesYesYes
Game Boy AdvanceYesYesYesYes
Game Boy ColorYesYesYesYes
Install a new Windows game
Mattel IntellivisionYesYesYesYes
Microsoft XBOX
Moonlight EmbeddedYesYesYesYes
MSX Turbo-RYesYesYesYes
NEC PC-8800YesYesYesYes
NEC PC-9800YesYesYesYes
Neo-Geo CDYesYesYesYes
Neo-Geo PocketYesYesYesYes
Neo-Geo Pocket ColorYesYesYesYes
Nintendo 3DS
Nintendo 64YesYesYes
Nintendo 64 Disk DriveYesYesYes
Nintendo DSYesYes
Nintendo Entertainment SystemYesYesYesYes
Nintendo GameCube
Nintendo Wii
PC EngineYesYesYesYes
PC Engine CDYesYesYesYes
Sega 32xYesYesYesYes
Sega CDYesYesYesYes
Sega DreamcastYesYes
Sega Game GearYesYesYesYes
Sega Master SystemYesYesYesYes
Sega MegadriveYesYesYesYes
Sega Model 2
Sega Model 3
Sega NaomiYesYes
Sega SaturnYes
Sega SG1000YesYesYesYes
Sharp X1YesYesYesYes
Sharp X68000YesYesYesYes
Sonic Retro EngineYesYesYesYes
Sony Playstation 1YesYesYesYes
Sony Playstation 2
Sony Playstation 3
Sony Playstation PortableYesYes
SuFami TurboYesYesYesYes
Super Cassette VisionYesYesYesYes
Super Disc System (MSU1)YesYesYesYes
Super Game BoyYesYesYesYes
Super Nintendo Entertainment SystemYesYesYesYes
Thomson – MO/TO (Theodore)YesYesYesYes
Virtual BoyYesYesYesYes
Watara SupervisionYesYesYesYes
Wii U
WonderSwan ColorYesYesYesYes
Batocera Complete Compatibility List for All supported Raspberry Pi models

In case you feel there are some system missing from the list and/or list is not updated, do let me know on the comment section down below, I’ll check and update accordingly. You can also refer to Batocera official compatibility page here: Compatibility list at Batocera.

Bring it all together

For those who are thinking to play retro games or run retro applications using Batocera with Raspberry Pi, now you can get more clarity whether or not the system you intend to play/run with Raspberry Pi is compatible.

retro gaming a byte-sized history of video games
Want more articles related to Retro-Gaming? Check out the links below. Image courtesy of Mike Diver, LOM Art, Michael O’Mara Books Limited and Amazon

Interested to see other tips and tricks? Check them out on the links below.

Batocera: Batocera Tips & Tricks at JILAXZONE.
Raspberry Pi: Raspberry Pi Tips & Tricks at JILAXZONE.
Android:  Android Tips & Tricks at JILAXZONE.
iPhone and iOS: iPhone and iOS tips and tricks at JILAXZONE.

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