• M.A.M.E.

    From Spitfire@80:774/69 to All on Sun Nov 24 12:17:53 2019
    Who out there has messed with MAME? I have also heard there was a Pi system that could run Arcade ROMs?

    I have placed over 4000 Arcade ROMs on my BBS to share.

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  • From NuSkooler@80:774/20 to Spitfire on Sun Nov 24 12:51:03 2019

    On Sunday, November 24th Spitfire muttered...
    Who out there has messed with MAME? I have also heard there was a system that could run Arcade ROMs?

    Retropi runs a good amount of arcade ROMs under MAME. Some better than others :)



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  • From Anachronist@80:774/68 to Spitfire on Sun Nov 24 18:50:32 2019

    Who out there has messed with MAME? I have also heard there was a

    Yes, I've been using Mame for years! It's a great way for me to try out arcade games before I buy the PCB for my collection.

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  • From SHIFT838@80:774/27 to Anachronist on Mon Nov 25 22:32:10 2019
    When using MAME and arcade roms you must make sure they are compiled for the specific version of mame you are using. Also, some users have forgotten
    they need a keyboard to simulate a quarter drop...

    I have multiple emulators running on a Pi3 B+ and Mame4All works well.

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  • From Beery@80:774/27 to Spitfire on Wed Nov 27 19:40:47 2019
    I've used MESS and MAME for years. Myself, I use it to emulate a couple of computers, the Geneve 9640 and the TI-99/4A.

    Both of those systems are emulated quite well and with a tool, you can get serial interface to use modems or other serial/RS232 based hardware.

    Beery

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  • From SPITFIRE@80:61/0 to ALL on Sun Nov 24 12:17:00 2019
    Who out there has messed with MAME? I have also heard there was a Pi system that could run Arcade ROMs?

    I have placed over 4000 Arcade ROMs on my BBS to share.

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  • From NUSKOOLER@80:61/0 to SPITFIRE on Sun Nov 24 12:51:00 2019
    On Sunday, November 24th Spitfire muttered...
    Who out there has messed with MAME? I have also heard there was a system that could run Arcade ROMs?

    Retropi runs a good amount of arcade ROMs under MAME. Some better than others :)



    --
    NuSkooler
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    # Origin: Xibalba -+- xibalba.l33t.codes:44510 (80:774/20)
    . Synchronet . Freeway BBS, Bendigo Australia. freeway.apana.org.au
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  • From ANACHRONIST@80:61/0 to SPITFIRE on Sun Nov 24 18:50:00 2019
    Who out there has messed with MAME? I have also heard there was a

    Yes, I've been using Mame for years! It's a great way for me to try out arcade games before I buy the PCB for my collection.

    *cb.. .cdaNACHRONiST .c1| .caabsinthebbs.net:1940.q1

    === CNet/5
    # Origin: Badass Amiga Board aBSiNTHE BBS absinthebbs.net:1940 (80:774/68)
    . Synchronet . Freeway BBS, Bendigo Australia. freeway.apana.org.au
    ===
    . BgNet 1.0.12 . moe's tavern * 1-502-875-8938 * moetiki.ddns.net:27
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: Freeway BBS Bendigo,Australia freeway.apana.org.au (80:61/0)
  • From SHIFT838@80:61/0 to ANACHRONIST on Mon Nov 25 22:32:00 2019
    When using MAME and arcade roms you must make sure they are compiled for the specific version of mame you are using. Also, some users have forgotten
    they need a keyboard to simulate a quarter drop...

    I have multiple emulators running on a Pi3 B+ and Mame4All works well.

    === Mystic BBS v1.12 A42 2019/02/01 (Windows/64)
    # Origin: 9640 News BBS (80:774/27)
    . Synchronet . Freeway BBS, Bendigo Australia. freeway.apana.org.au
    ===
    . BgNet 1.0.12 . moe's tavern * 1-502-875-8938 * moetiki.ddns.net:27
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: Freeway BBS Bendigo,Australia freeway.apana.org.au (80:61/0)
  • From BEERY@80:61/0 to SPITFIRE on Wed Nov 27 19:40:00 2019
    I've used MESS and MAME for years. Myself, I use it to emulate a couple of computers, the Geneve 9640 and the TI-99/4A.

    Both of those systems are emulated quite well and with a tool, you can get serial interface to use modems or other serial/RS232 based hardware.

    Beery

    --Beery Miller -- 9640 News BBS -- 9640news.ddns.net:9640 --

    === Mystic BBS v1.12 A42 2019/02/01 (Windows/64)
    # Origin: 9640 News BBS (80:774/27)
    . Synchronet . Freeway BBS, Bendigo Australia. freeway.apana.org.au
    ===
    . BgNet 1.0.12 . moe's tavern * 1-502-875-8938 * moetiki.ddns.net:27
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: Freeway BBS Bendigo,Australia freeway.apana.org.au (80:61/0)
  • From Vk3jed@80:61/0 to SPITFIRE on Mon Dec 2 20:09:00 2019
    On 11-24-19 12:17, SPITFIRE wrote to ALL <=-

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    Who out there has messed with MAME? I have also heard there
    was a Pi system that could run Arcade ROMs?

    MAME is pretty good. I have messed with it in the past and played a couple of classic games from the early days.

    I have placed over 4000 Arcade ROMs on my BBS to share.

    Cool. :)


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  • From Midnight@80:774/17 to Spitfire on Tue Dec 10 04:00:18 2019
    Yes I am using MAME on a retopi arcade. I build a cabinet with zerolag controller boards and real arcade controls. Retropi and a 128gig image with something like 8000 games on it. It has a lighted marque which is powered by
    a arduino and animates. The cabinet came as a flat pack kit which I purchased off of etsy and modified to my own specs. It has a coin button. Some
    selection buttons and two 8 button arcade 8 way joysticks. I usually power it on when I have company and sometimes bring it to parties. I made it
    relatively beer proof.
    Midnight

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  • From Spitfire@80:774/69 to Midnight on Mon Dec 9 11:27:10 2019
    On Tue 10-Dec-2019 4:00a, Midnight@80:774/17.0 said to Spitfire:
    Yes I am using MAME on a retopi arcade. I build a cabinet with zerolag controller boards and real arcade controls. Retropi and a 128gig image
    with
    something like 8000 games on it. It has a lighted marque which is powered
    by
    a arduino and animates. The cabinet came as a flat pack kit which I purchased
    off of etsy and modified to my own specs. It has a coin button. Some selection buttons and two 8 button arcade 8 way joysticks. I usually power it
    on when I have company and sometimes bring it to parties. I made it relatively beer proof.
    Midnight

    I am sure you have every one of the 4000+ ROMs I have and more. I like
    the idea, and "relatively beer proof" is a bonus!

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