In this video, I’ll show you the Simple Script for setting up and installing Raspberry Pi Steam Streaming In RetroPie 4.2 and above. Grab your own Raspberry Pi 3 Kit here:

Steam on a Raspberry Pi 3 is possible through a piece of software called Moonlight. Moonlight connects with Gamestream and streams the steam games to the Raspberry Pi like magic! It’s a bit of a process to setup though, so to take the pain and frustration out of it, I’ve created a script which I show you in this video how to install and use. So now more typing 20 commands to get this running.

DISCLAIMER: If this breaks your Raspberry Pi RetroPie Installation, I won’t be held responsible.

Here’s the code from the video:


sudo chmod +x

sudo ./

To get this running I highly recommend the following:

Raspberry Pi 3 Recommended (Links Below)
RetroPie 4.2+ here
TechWizTime Github Page here
Minimum 8GB + Micro SD Card (Links Below)

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