So Ive just converted my romset to mame4all’s 0.37b5 romset…. and it took out 60% of my roms!! some of which run on older chip sets than supported games, some that run on the same emulated chipset…. I dont get why these games arent supported…
for example all neogeo games upto when the company got merged all ran on the same hardware. so why arent these games supported!
I dont know who maintains the code or even if its maintained but this really needs a huge update.
can anything be done about this? I dont want to run 3 or different emulators just play most of my games. when in use i cant have people searching 3 or so different list looking for the game they are after etc.
I read somewhere that the whole point to mame4all was that it would emulate games that used hardware that smaller processors can emulate. Thus removing newer games with stronger needs to optimize performance. Cant remember where I read that… but if that’s the case then there are plenty of games that use the current emulated hardware that could be supported.
how bad is the performance of advanced mame on the pi? If u remove newer games is it okay?
Ill have to try it out. How do i install it? Ive had a search Cant find any thing on installing it… juat people talking about it. The version that gets installed is that adadvmame-rpi? Or is that another thing?
i ran the updates and ive noiced how messy the files are now. there are duplicates of files an folders with the same name different case. Would be good if the update didnt just download new files but also did some house cleaning
I saw a video on youtube about clustering. Apparently it’s kind of cost prohibitive though. I actually found out about something with about 4x the CPU and 2x the ram as well as SATA support called the Banana Pi. I may end up picking that up.
Ive seen the banana pi get mentioned as an alternative. Finally looked into it. Its a way better machine! Especially the banana pro! Is there a port for the retropie? U cant just insert ur sd card. it has its own setting up
The British charity behind the technology says the new model is six times more powerful than the previous version. It has 1GB of RAM, double that of the prior model. Its new 900MHz quad-core processor means it’s faster, too.
Also will ship with windows 10. All this for $35
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