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Aros 68k, Remembering the Arcades

Pedro Cotter
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 268
03 May 2020 14:56


Testing M.A.M.E. on Aros and  the Vampire V4.
  Selection  of games that I have actually played on the Arcades.
 
  The emulator requires MUI, it will not work with ZUNE.
  Issues with sound are from the emulator itself, not related to Aros or the Vampire V4
 
  EXTERNAL LINK


Ray Couzens

Posts 65
06 May 2020 08:19


Thanks again for the video.

Ah! Nothing like computers in the 80's.  Happy memories indeed!


Pedro Cotter
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 268
07 May 2020 12:24


Ray Couzens wrote:

Thanks again for the video.
 
  Ah! Nothing like computers in the 80's.  Happy memories indeed!

Indeed the Arcades were magic places. They were always full of people. For me it was the place where i spent my time after school.
It was where friends meet up for further adventures :-)


Vojin Vidanovic

Posts 1697
07 May 2020 12:51


Pedro Cotter wrote:

    Indeed the Arcades were magic places. They were always full of people. For me it was the place where i spent my time after school.
    It was where friends meet up for further adventures :-)
 

 
  In East Europe where home computers and video games were not so accessible due to political and economical reasons was even a bit more.
 
  But leave that alone, place where you could practice how much you can do on a single coin or trying to beat the high score :)
 
  While Amiga did have arcade quality games some ports like Final Fight or Double Dragons were not so good. Others like Street Fighter were good enough. But MAME brings true arcade spirit!
 
Oh you picked even earlier ones, that demonstrated future of home computer gaming :)

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