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Topic # 146973 4-Jun-2014 19:10
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Hey All,

I have an idea I'm hoping the community could give me some feedback on.

I've built my own retro games console for less than £100 (using a Raspberry Pi i picked up for £25) and it's awesome playing all the games from when I was a kid.

It's a bit finikety, and if you didn't have a background in dev you'd need a helping hand along the way.

My question is, if I made a series of web-tutorials on how to do it, is it something you would pay for (say 15*30min lessons covering all you need to know)

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  Reply # 1059317 4-Jun-2014 19:31
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Hi,

In this sort of form?
http://lifehacker.com/how-to-turn-your-raspberry-pi-into-a-retro-game-console-498561192

I would only pay if the content wasnt already available freely. But even then usually i wouldnt pay for that kind of material given you can get it freely.

Cheers

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