Mame 0 153 Rom Settings

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MAME 2010 Reference Set: Complete MAME 0.139 non-merged ROMs, CHDs, and audio samples Topics arcade, emulator, emulators, mame, rom, roms, chd Note: Because of the size and composition of this collection, the archive.org torrent download function does not work. I have MAME 0.153 and the extras already set up for hyperspin, but I'm not sure if this update is the same and getting a 0.153 full set.

Mame 0 153 Rom Settings

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Shacks. How to get MAME and Neo Geo games working on RetroPie seems to be one of the most popular queries online regarding RetroPie. However I cannot find any post that just explains what to do in simple terms. I have struggled with this for ages and still the only game I can get working is DoDonPachi (International) using lr-mame2003 and the Neo Geo BIOS. Other games I try just will not work. I have seen suggestions for trying different emulators but either my RetroPie does not have them, they are listed with different names or they are associated with ROM folders that I don't recognise as being for MAME or Neo Geo games. An example of a game I cannot get to play is Radiant Silvergun in MAME (even though DoDonPachi in the same folder will play) or Metal Slug X which will not play from the Neo Geo or Free Bird or Arcade folder with any emulator.

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For MAME: • Find a 0.78 MAME romset (archive.org has one). • Copy the roms you want over to the mame-libretro folder • Copy the bios files in the romset over to the /home/pi/RetroPie/BIOS/mame2003 folder. Just copy them all if you're not sure what does what, doesn't take up a ton of space.

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Include the samples subfolder. • Reboot Emulation Station and the roms will appear. For Neo-Geo: • Find a Neo-Geo romset (don't use the MAME one, use FBA thank you ) • Find the Neo Geo bios (neogeo.zip file, should be in the romset), put it in the neogeo rom folder. • Copy your Neo-Geo roms over to the neogeo folder and reboot like before to see them. • If the Neo-Geo roms don't load, you have a bios for an older/different version of the emulator RetroPie uses TL;DR You need the right romset, and possibly the right bios files as well depending on the game. I am starting to get a grip on this; so I need to set the right emulator for a particular ROM yes?

Unlike say SNES games where different emulators give differing performance, instead I will either get working or non-working? So on the archive.org page for the 0.78 ROMset, can you tell me which ZIP file is the MAME set? They are all abbreviations.

I did download a Neo Geo BIOS set when I was first looking into this, how do I know which is the right BIOS for the Neo Geo emulator I am using? Thanks • • • • •. It's more like you need the correct romset for the emulator Retropie uses. In this case it's generally mame2003-libretro and fba. So on the archive.org page for the 0.78 ROMset, can you tell me which ZIP file is the MAME set?

They are all abbreviations. It's a gigantic collection.

I recommend downloading the torrent and using that to get everything (a little under 30GB I think). Downloading zip by zip is insanity and you won't finish (and you need them all to unzip as a whole). I did download a Neo Geo BIOS set when I was first looking into this, how do I know which is the right BIOS for the Neo Geo emulator I am using? Seriously, that's how I did it. Find a full Neo-Geo romset and use the bios from there - if it works, great, if not repeat with a different romset. So are you saying that (for example) there are different versions of the ROM for Metal Slug 6 and I need the one that works with mame2003?

Which would be the 0.78 one. Or is it that as the ROM of Metal Slug 6 that is on emuparadise says it is 0.164, then I just cannot play that on my RetroPie? I'm fine with a limited game list as long as I can just get it working. It seems weird that no one online has just given a simple explanation on how to set this up. A 30GB download is not really doable on my current bandwidth, I tend to just download the specific games I want and transfer them to my Pie (it also keeps the system easier to navigate when it does not have hundreds of games on there that I will probably never play).

Thanks • • • • •. I used different romsets for MAME and for Neo-Geo, and where I placed the folders means I used different emulators.

Mame2003-libretro - I need to use 0.78 MAME roms with the appropriate bios files in the right place neogeo - I need to use FBA roms (can't remember the romset sorry, I think it was from second largest living bird paradise) with the correct bios in the neogeo folder (same as the games) A 30GB download is not really doable on my current bandwidth Just prioritize the roms you want and the bios folder, and set the other files to do not download. Should be less than 100 megs all in really. I tend to just download the specific games I want Agree 100%, I try to keep each system at about 50-100 games.

Author(s)Toad King
TypeArcade emulator
Downloadable via the Homebrew Browser

MAME Wii is an Arcade Emulator based on SDLMAME. Many games for early arcade boards can be played with varying amounts of success.

  • 4Changelog

How to use

Unzip onto your SD card/USB drive.


The controls are configurable in the emulator itself or by changing the settings in /mame/cfg/default.cfg file. Below are the default control settings:

Emulator Menu
Insert Coin
Start (not all games use this)
or or Up/Down/Left/Right
Button 1
Button 2
Button 3
Button 4
+ + + Back (Exits current game)


  • Lots of ROMs are supported, but not all of them. If you don't see the ROM in the list in the emulator, then support for that ROM isn't included. This is to keep the size of the emulator low enough to run effectively on the Wii. A list of all the ones that are can be found here: http://www.toadking.com/wiimame-0.4.txt
  • Just because a ROM is supported does not mean it will run. Even games for early boards like CPS-1 can fail to run due to RAM limitations. If the emulator suddenly kicks you out to the Homebrew Channel, look in the MAME folder (sd:/mame/) for a file called errors.txt. If it says something about failing to allocate space, then odds are the ROM can't run on the Wii. The emulator might also crash outright and leave you with a code dump if RAM runs out.
  • Because the Wii is not a strong console, some games will be slow. Frameskipping is enabled by default to make games playable.
  • On older TVs, the edges of the screen can be cut off. To fix this, in mame.ini, look for the option 'safearea' and set the value to something around 0.8 and 0.95. It will vary depending on your TV.


1.0 - December 13, 2011

  • Rewritten frontend code entirely, no longer uses SDL.
  • Added better joystick support; Gamecube joystick works!

0.6 - January 12, 2011

  • Compiled with libogc 1.8.6, USB loading should be faster now if you have IOS58
  • Changed video code around. Most games get a speedup or remain the same from this, but at least one (frogger) is slower for some reason.
  • Widescreen support
  • Fixed some games giving duplication errors and causing the emulator to exit

0.5 - March 26, 2010

  • Downgraded to MAME 0.134u4 due to issues with some ROMs not working
  • SDL no longer used for video; FPS is increased
  • WiiMote Sensor support more stable
  • Fixed default font being too small; the custom font has been removed

0.4 - November 24, 2009

  • Upgraded MAME to 0.135
  • Added WiiMote Sensor support
  • Stereo support fixed
  • Game list now shows up to 150 ROMs instead of just 15
  • Changed USB/SD detection (Tries USB first, then falls back to SD)

0.3.1 - November 3, 2009

  • Upgraded libfat to 1.0.6, hopefully this fixes the SD card corruption bug
  • Added USB support (Start SDL MAME Wii from a USB drive to enable it)
  • Fixed 'Unexpected option gl_lib queried' error log
  • Fixed Nunchuck control mapping
  • Switched Buttons 1 and 2 around (by public demand)
  • Fixed support for some games (including Donkey Kong and Frogger)
  • Moved errors.txt and ui.bdf files into /mame/

0.3 - October 29, 2009

  • Added support for many more ROMs
  • Fatal errors are now logged in errors.txt
  • More default control changes

Mame Roms Download Pack

0.2 - October 27, 2009

Mame Full Rom Set

  • Fixed rom selection bug
  • Changes to the layout of the configuration files to make it more like other Wii homebrew

Mame 0.78


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