If your SD card comes with files on it, delete them, or just format the SD card as FAT32. Then download the ZIP file below, unzip it, and copy all files to the root directory of the SD card.
After this, there should for example file named
9.0.3.gz in right in the root folder of the SD card. There should not be an
arcade folder on the SD card. The ZIP below below contains binaries built from https://github.com/Microsoft/uf2-linux .
When the files have finished copying, eject the SD card from your computer and place it into the MicroSD slot in the Raspberry Pi Zero.
With the Pi still connected to the computer, plug into a monitor or TV via HDMI and play away!
If you aren't getting a signal on your TV or monitor from the Pi:
- Try booting up the Pi after it's connected to the TV or monitor via HDMI.
- Make sure the Pi is plugged into the computer (via micro USB) that was used to download the arcade files.
- Try reformatting the SD card to FAT32 then adding the necessary files from this guide.