The legendary Reesy just ported Final Burn Alpha to the Caanoo: http://www.gp32x.de...showtopic=61911 While this is great news, I am hoping this may help one of our Pandora developers to take a swing at porting it to the Pandora. Enjoy the hoilidays! ---- UPDATE ---- Running on Pandora: https://www.youtube.com/embed/ah7jCWIv184?feature=oembed Screenshots: (These are captured from the Pandora, they appear small but are 2x scaled on screen) What is FinalBurn Alpha? An arcade emulator optimised for 68000 and Z80 based hardware. Is it a MAME replacement? No. MAME covers a wider range of hardware; FBA can be considered a specialist emu for a subset of arcade games. What systems are supported? Supported hardware includes CPS1, CPS2, CPS3, Psikyo, Taito, Kaneko 16, Neo Geo, Toaplan, Cave, Sega (system1, system16, system18, x board & y board, megadrive), and some others. There may be unsupported games within these hardware types. Why is system support limited? This port of FBA (known as FBA2X) is based on the source of the GP2X port, which means it's a snapshot of how FBA was circa 2007. dave18 has also added Sega support for this release. FBAnext, a more recent fork, supports a wider range of hardware. But this would need to be ported to Pandora from scratch (ie. it would be a separate project to this.) Will FBA2X ever support more systems? Perhaps, but there are no guarantees. Non-68000 systems like CPS3 would probably not run well if added. The Capex frontend lists 900+ games; will they all work? Not necessarily. Which ROMset do I need? ROMs for FBAnext (PS3) seem to work well. Grab this and read this. Where do I get preview images for Capex? Here. Thanks to jw11611 for the link. DOWNLOAD: dave18's PND with Capex frontend is in the repo. crow_riot's latest beta is here. Unzip to SD, and double click 'fba.sh' to run. Now merged with the above.