Mr Wendal said:Well MAME isn`t being worked on for pandora - yet.
You can play any of the arcade games that work with the Final Burn Alpha emulator.
List of Final Burn Games here:
so the final burn for the portable consoles doesn't play many games?!
mainly after turtles, simpsons, cadillacs etc?
Gruso said:Franxis (who, for those who don't know, is the dev who brought MAME to the GP2X), isn't very interested in Pandora. He said recently said that even if he brought MAME to Pandora, RAM limitations would prevent the more recent versions from being used.
I’m sure someone will do an “unofficial” port of MAME4all, but compatibility will be unchanged of course (MAME4all is a port of MAME 0.37b5, circa 2001 I think).
fingers crossed as that's the main reason i want a pandora, what with the keyboard and web access being a bonus!Gruso said:I'm sure a port is inevitable, never fear. As long as we don't get our compatibility hopes too high - but as you say, what we've already got on the GP2X is awesome enough for now. If someone does a quick port of that we're laughing.
MAME is designed to work with modern PCs which have CPU speeds measured in Ghz, not Mhz.Uukrul said:The MAME version is also very important because after .106 they changed the video renderer to a sloooowest one so, IMHO porting a version newest than .106 would be a waste of time.
I'd love to have a Pandora to get MAME up and running - I hope Franxis would too. Thanks Craigix, that's really - I know this sounds corny - an honor! PM sent.craigix said:
slaanesh said:I'd love to have a Pandora to get MAME up and running - I hope Franxis would too. Thanks Craigix, that's really - I know this sounds corny - an honor! PM sent.craigix said:
WOW, Nice one.
If you're looking for more emulators on the Pandora, wouldn't it have been better to tell the people on the list that they were on it?craigix said:
Thanks but i will wait for the console to be sold. I have a lack of spare time, i don't know if i will have enough time and interest to do the port, i want to see the console in action, and finally messing with the old GP2X prototype wasn't a very pleasant experience.craigix said: