A program to check ROM sets for MAME, the Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator. It tells you which ROM files are missing or have a wrong checksum, and can delete unknown and unused files from the ROM sets, and rename or move ROM files.
Well it's been a year in the making and I've finally finished updating the Mame guide here on EasyEmu. As you can see, I have completely re-designed the site... again! I hope that you guys find it easier to follow than the old site. What you may also have noticed is that all the other guides have gone.
This site aims to collect information on games and emulators, with special attention to the MAME Using the search pages you can view a quick snapshot of your games (images, videos, manuals) and know all the informations.
In detail it's stored the whole story of a game and there will be the ability to filter the data for the version number of the emulator.
MESSUI is an integrated front-end of MAME, which itself emulates thousands of arcade machines, gambling machines, pinball machines, computers and consoles. Each emulation instance is accompanied by a windows-style menubar which is not normally part of MAME. This menubar is known as 'NEWUI'.
Please note: Beginning at 0.164, MESSUI will contain both arcade and computer/console systems. The command-line MESS with NEWUI will still only contain computer/console systems as before.
As for the MAME, is also now available for MESS the dat file that allows you to follow version after version, all changes and additions made to the all various systems emulated.
If you find any inaccuracies or typographical errors please let me know by sending an e-mail to this address: [email protected].
The file is also and above all to give credit to all people who conceived and carried out this wonderful project.
MAME is a multi-purpose emulation framework.
MAME's purpose is to preserve decades of software history. As electronic technology continues to rush forward, MAME prevents this important "vintage" software from being lost and forgotten. This is achieved by documenting the hardware and how it functions. The source code to MAME serves as this documentation. The fact that the software is usable serves primarily to validate the accuracy of the documentation (how else can you prove that you have recreated the hardware faithfully?). Over time, MAME (originally stood for Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator) absorbed the sister-project MESS (Multi Emulator Super System), so MAME now documents a wide variety of (mostly vintage) computers, video game consoles and calculators, in addition to the arcade video games that were its initial focus.
MAME (acronymie de Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator) n'est pas un émulateur d'une seule machine, c'est un émulateur multiple de machines d'arcades dont le but est de reproduire le plus fidèlement des centaines de systèmes d'arcade et qui émule plus de 3000 jeux à l'heure actuelle (le tout très correctement).
Mame 32 et ces multiples déclinaisons est un émulateur qui vous permettra de retrouver à domicile de multiples bornes d'arcades de 1975 à nos jours, cet émulateur est le plus complet émulant l'arcade, de quoi satisfaire votre soif de « vintage gaming » et vous rappeler l'époque ou vous alliez mettre des pièces dans les bornes de Pac-Man, Galaga.
Pour ne rien gâcher MAME est un émulateur gratuit est très régulièrement mis à jour, (jusque à plusieurs fois par semaines !)
I only know the status of these games second-hand. If you have an update on the status of a game please e-mail me! Additionally, many modern games are not included because, well, the list is already long enough and there are other places to find such game lists - System 16 and the Killer List of Video Games. The main purpose of this list is to explain what is holding back inclusion in MAME. So, if an entry is blank or a well-known game is not included, I don't have any additional information. Great thanks go out to everyone that's helped out in the list - the keepers of other similar pages (links below) and countless e-mails.
This site (MARP for short) contains a collection of 'action replays' of MAME games which you can play back using MAME, for the purposes of education and exhibitionism.
Education, in that rather than using words to give hints for games, replay files can be used to show moving pictures.
Exhibitionism, in that I'm asking you to show off your high scores on the games, since it actually shows how the score was reached, instead of just being a big number. I for one would love to know how anyone can get 16 million points on bombjack.
This project came about as a result of the continuous changes that mamedevs provide the names of the sets out whenever a new version of the executable. The reasons for these changes are manifold: correction of previous errors, addition of new games with similar names, etc.. By the time the project has expanded by collecting not only changes the name of the sets but also a kind of statistical data-base.
RacerMAME is a command line M.A.M.E. derivate work for use with your Arcade Racing Cabinet. There are actually two different versions of RacerMAME: RacerMAME106 is based on MAME 0.106 sources and RacerMAME160 based (bet it) on MAME 0.160 sources. RacerMAME160 includes Groovymame modifications too!
mGalaxy is a MAME frontend for Windows, the keywords for this new frontend are: simplicity and speed in a neat and nice interface! -designed for arcade cabinets/CP (but not only, Keyboards are welcome too) -completely configurable via joystick -game image preview -preferred game list and game type -normal browse, quick browse, alphabetical browse -neat and nice interface -very detailed help/tutorials on website