Playing a variety of PC games on Raspberry Pi 4 has long been a pipe dream, but not anymore. Thanks to advancements in emulation with box86, open source games with doom 3, or just the ingenuity of some frameworks the situation for running full PC games (even Steam games on a raspberry pi 4 windows 10 like environment) is looking bright for raspberry pi os.

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Here is what I did to run Doom 3:

sudo apt install linux-cpupower
sudo cpupower frequency-set –governor performance
sudo apt install libsdl2-dev libsdl2-image-dev libsdl2-mixer-dev libsdl2-ttf-dev libsdl2-2.0-0

git clone
cd dhewm3/neo/
mkdir build
cd build
cmake ..
make -j4

Then move the following files to a Doom 3 or Doom 3 demo folder (you need to install this on a pc and move that folder over):,, dhewm3, libidlib.a

And then in that folder run: GALLIUM_HUD=simple,fps,cpu ./dhewm3

Here is a good write up that instead manually compiles SDL2. That did not work for me but the rest of the info can be very useful:

For Minecraft 1.12.2 here are the instructions I followed:


Twister OS:

Celeste on Raspberry Pi:

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Music credits:

Karmotrine Dream
Welcome To Valhalla
Commencing Simulation

From the VA-11 HALL-A OST


From the Doom 3 OST

Pigstep – Lena Raine

From the Minecraft OST

First Steps – Lena Raine
Scattered and Lost – Lena Raine

From the Celeste OST