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SubjectRe: MAME already its own built-in frontend Reply to this message
Posted byRoushiMSX
Posted on04/07/15 03:41 PM




> As for versions, I pick one mathcing whichever romset I have. Archive.org posted
> a full 0.151 set (and it's still up) so that's what I went for last time I
> tried.
>

That's what I used to get myself a jumpstart on bringing my set up to date. I also grabbed their CHDs, but I totally regret wasting my time because there was still a lot of work that needed to be done to each one and it's not like many of them are even worth keeping around and playing at the moment. Maybe in a decade.

I'm happy to see that the latest version of RetroPie is using a slightly newer version of AdvanceMAME, but I really wish they would just make a concentrated effort of maintaining ROM parity with the current PC builds.



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*MAME in 2015  Terry Bogard04/06/15 01:35 PM
.*Re: MAME already its own built-in frontend  newsdee04/06/15 08:44 PM
...Re: MAME already its own built-in frontend  RoushiMSX04/07/15 03:41 PM
...*Retropie from Raspberry Pi?  newsdee04/09/15 11:51 AM
..*Re: MAME already its own built-in frontend  Terry Bogard04/07/15 01:08 PM