It looks like #snis runs without issue on my pinebook pro.
Or, at least, it *launches* without error.
I don't have enough people around to actually try to play tonight, but I'll try again tomorrow.
Has anyone tried to run this on a pi4? I bet it'd run on the pi4. I'm going to try that tomorrow too.
@danhunsaker @ajroach42 Did you notice any red FPS indicator in the upper left part of the screen? (If this appears, it means it's having trouble hitting 30 FPS.) If SNIS works on a pi 4, that'd be awesome. The weapons screen is probably the most demanding (except maybe main/nav hybrid mode, activated via "SET MAIN_NAV_HYBRID=1" on demon screen.)
@danhunsaker @ajroach42 It's really great news that SNIS runs well on the Raspberry pi 4 at 720p. Even with a few dips into 28,29fps territory, some screens are less demanding. It greatly reduces the cost of a 5 or 6 station setup if the R Pi 4 works for even some of the stations, although it sounds like it's more or less acceptable for all of the stations, possibly excepting Main Screen if you want high resolution. Thanks so much for trying this out an reporting your results!
I fiddled with this some more yesterday and ended up crashing the game. Until it crashed, it appeared to be running pretty well.
I haven't had a chance to try it on a pi4 yet, but I imagine that will be successful as well.