MAME™ & Arcade Gaming
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Everythiing about MAME and playing classic arcade games
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- Mount an X-Arcade Controller to a Cabinet
Many people ask us how they can mount their X-Arcade controller to a home-made cabinet. But the X-Arcade controllers were not built with the sole purpose of mounting to cabinets in mind, and since it is a custom arcade cabinet, it is really up to the builder to decide. John St. Clair wrote a gre ...
- Ouya with X-Arcade
The X-Arcade is natively supported by the OUYA game console and simply acts like a single gamepad. This means it will work in the menus and in supported software. Unfortunately however, the OUYA developers made both players on a dual/Tankstick controller both act like the same controller, so yo ...
- Maximus Arcade Frontend and the X-Arcade
Maximus Arcade is a commercial computer-based software that allows for seamless interaction with multiple arcade and console emulators while keeping the Windows environment hidden. Although best suited for use in arcade cabinets, it can be configured for use in a kiosk or simply running on a co ...
- The History Of MAME™ Arcade Gaming
In 1996, Nicoloa Salmoria began working on a software program to allow the play of a single classic arcade machine on his PC. Sparked by a previous interest in playing arcade classics, he released MAME™ and gave birth to a new way to play classic games. The MAME™ OPEN SOURCE DEVELOP ...
- Why can't I use the right side of the X-Arcade™ on some 2-player games in MAME™?
It's important to understand is that these games you are playing in MAME™ are not PC remakes of classics, they are the real arcade games being emulated on your PC. So if the game only had one set of controls that you took turns playing at the arcade, the emulation software cannot change t ...
- Add Extra Key Functions to your X-Arcade on PC and for MAME, Including Macros
Add Extra Key Functions to your X-Arcade on PC and for MAME You can use AutoHotkey to not only software reprogram your X-Arcade keys on PC, but also to make macros (a set of keys that makes a sting of keys get pressed in order). If you want to add extra key functions to the X-Arcade on PC, downl ...
- M.E.S.S. is a MESS
M.E.S.S. (Multi Emulator Super System) is the sister project of MAME™. MESS™ is a source-available project which documents the hardware for a wide variety of (mostly vintage) computers, video game consoles, and calculators through software emulation, as MAME™ does for arcade ga ...
- GameEx frontend and the X-Arcade
GameEx is a graphical DirectX based front-end for MAME™ , Zinc, Daphne, PC Games, and all command line based game emulators, along with being a good Home Theatre PC solution.™ Simply put, GameEx is likely the best emulation front-end ever devised, and makes emulation setup easier. Ea ...
- M.U.G.E.N. - PC Guide
M.U.G.E.N. is a 2D fighting game engine that is enables you to create commercial-quality fighting games. Almost everything can be customized, from individual characters to stages, as well as the look and feel of the game. Download M.U.G.E.N. Official M.U.G.E.N. Forum M.U.G.E.N. X-Arcade cont ...
- Console Classix - Classic Console Gaming
Play thousands of classic console games on your PC! With Console Classix, you can enjoy the games of the past without the headache of hooking up classic console after classic console to your TV! This means thousands of classic, retro, and nostalgic games at your fingertips rather than wasting aw ...
- MaLa Frontend and the X-Arcade
MaLa is a multi emulator front-end designed for all 32bit Windows operating systems. It supports the Windows command line version of MAME with XML ROM info (> 0.84), PC Games and all command line based emulators. Mala is for anyone who wants to launch MAME and other Games (emulated or not) fr ...
- Mac - Troubleshooting MAME™ Problems
Make Sure To Visit Dedicated Product Support Pages For Detailed X-Arcade™ Problems Be sure to X-Arcade Is In Mode 1 (See Bottom Of Page) test your X-Arcade is working first! Be sure you read our detailed page for configuring MAME™ for the X-Arcade™. Resource Hog? The MAME™ software inclu ...
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