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Post subject: Arcade: MAME4ALL alpha 1  PostPosted: May 11, 2006 - 09:22 AM
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MAME4ALL ist ein auf MAME-GP2X/MAME 0.34,0.35 romset basierender Multi Arcade Machine Emulator für die Dreamcast Konsole,Windows und GNU/Linux.


MAME4ALL is a Multi Arcade Machine Emulator for Dreamcast console,Windows and GNU/Linux. Based on MAME-GP2X/MAME 0.34,0.35 romset.


FEATURES:
MAME GP2X adaptation to SDL for Windows, GNU/Linux and Dreamcast.
Fast FAME Motorola 68000 core by Fox68k.
CZ80 core for SYSTEM16, CPS1 and TMNT roms.
Around 1000 games supported.
MAME4ALL is split 3 parts: Aged, Classic and Gold.
Previous menu for choosing MAME4ALLs.
Autoframeskip for real speed.
4 players supported.
Hardware scaled blitter.
Under PAL dreamcasts ask 60-50Hz selection.
Artwork by DarkSlain.
Two sound methods: normal and accurate.
Complete menu: CPUs speed, sound and joypad configuration.

MAME4ALL uses MAME 0.34/0.35 romset, same MAME GP2X except NEOGEO. See MAME GP2X website for more info.
Place all zipped roms at /roms/ directory at cdrom.



Related links:

[ Arcade Multi Emus ][ Arcade Single Emus ]

 
 
 
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