I've seen the game emulator example. The guy who made it doesn't seem to have interest in helping newbies do what he's done. There are people who try to teach others how to do these things, for example, this embedded midi player was built by a guy who created a complete course on OS development.
and his course, "Baking Pi"
I also found this really awesome guide on building Arduino sketches for the pi.
The network access isn't needed immediately upon boot. The device can show a status indicator while the network system is coming up. But a chosen interpreter and associated runtime scripts need to start running immediately, because it will operate the UI, I2C, and be responsible for all device logic. I've read that it's possible to prevent the kernel from waiting for network devices to reach ready state.
The search continues.
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