First, you'll need to get the software. You can purchase a liscense for the low cost of $14.99 at https://www.lexaloffle.com/pico-8.php#getpico8 They'll email you a key, then you can download the file on the site.
Once you've got the key, click on the floppy disk with the version number to get to the download page. Grab the Raspberry Pi zip file.
Uh-oh.... looks like it wants us to install WiringPi. Easy enough. Head to http://wiringpi.com/download-and-install/ and scroll down to "Plan B". You might give the regular installation method a shot, but I couldn't! Plan B worked perfectly, however.
-BTW, Kite mentioned on discord that this step might be simplified with:
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sudo apt-get install wiringpi
If you'd like to check that out, see https://www.lexaloffle.com/bbs/?tid=3935 and skip down to "Launching PICO-8 from Emulation Station"