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  1. Hi all, I am creating just one arcade wheel on my setup, with as many emulated arcade games as possible on it. To me this is preferable than having them split across seperate wheels for manaufatures and/or systems. Naturally MAME would be the base, and used wherever possible, and I was going to use Phulsoff's unofficial 0.168 database with mahjong and casino removed. I would need to update as each new mame version comes out - hopefully Phulsoff will continue his great work in providing XMLs. Below are some assumptions I have made with regards to the other Arcade Emulators and databases out there, please feel free to comment or correct me on them: My understanding is all the "classic" databases are just taken from MAME set, filtered by manufacturer, so can be disregarded? AAE games are all emulated in MAME, so no need to use this emulator or add games to database? Zinc and FB Alpha games are emulated in MAME, so no need to use these emulators or add any games to database? Neo Geo emulation is great in MAME so no need to use different emulator or add games database? Sega Model 2 emulation is not very good in MAME, so games should get added to database and model 2 emulator used? Sega Model 3 emulation does not work in MAME, so games should get added to database and supermodel emulator used? Laser Disc emulation does not work in MAME, so games should get added to database and daphne emulator used? Capcom Play System I,II&III are emulated in MAME so no need to use different emulator or add games to database? Cave games are emulated in MAME, so no need to use different emulator or add games to database? MAME only emulates some discrete games, so the Dice emulator should be used for any unsupported and those games added to database? Namco System 22 is emulated ok in MAME, so no need to use different emulator or add games to database? Sammy Atomiswave is not emulated in MAME, so Demul emulator should be used and games added to database? Sega Naomi is not emulated in MAME, so Demul emulator should be used and games added to database? Triforce hardware is not emulated in MAME, so triforce branch of Dolphin should be used and games added to database? Tatio Type X games are not emulated in MAME, so games should be added to database and setup to launch correctly? Anything I have missed? Apologies for all the questions, but I have always focussed on console emulation, and so arcade emulation I am not so familiar with (I was leaving it until I build a cabinet) but decided it be more fun to play the games sooner . Be cool to get some advice from people more experienced in this area, cheers...
  2. I have a few SNES roms and I would like to know how generate a custom Hyperspin database that matches my roms. Thanks!
  3. Version 20151002

    1,774 downloads

    This is part of an ongoing project I started. Re-minting my totally lost setup. I will be sifting through all the XML's and fixing info and adding ratings. In this version i think the only thing left is to add the CRC's after i finish building the rom set i will be using a very strict archiving method to store and gather the CRC's after this I will attempt to release the romsets on well known sites.
  4. Version 1

    101 downloads

    Files included Acorn BBC Micro - [all].xml; Acorn BBC Micro - [all] [bootfile].xml; Acorn BBC Micro - [all] [start].xml; Acorn BBC Micro - [bootfile].xml; and Acorn BBC Micro - [bootfile].xml Description [all] contains all the roms I dumped - 4698 ssd's [all] [bootfile] contains just the [bootfile] ssd's [all] [start] contains just the [start] ssd's (alternative publishers / programmers kept) [bootfile] contains just the [bootfile] ssd's with duplicates removed (alternative publishers / programmers kept) [start] contains just the [start] ssd's with duplicates removed How to Rename your choice to the name of your system. i.e. Acorn BBC Micro - [bootfile].xml to Acorn BBC Micro.xml Make sure your roms match up
  5. Version 1.3 Ongoing

    539 downloads

    And updated version of the Mugen found on the cloud merged with the only active Mugen Torrent for Hyperspin. Part of my new Mint project.
  6. New database tutorials created by Ghutch92 are ready for your viewing in the Tutorial section! Iggy
  7. Version 1.2.1

    746 downloads

    This Python script filter and clean your sets of games (roms and Mame) depending on your configuration. You can filter by country, genre and romc only take the best dump as possible. Finaly, romc will generate the HyperSpin database of the set you cleaned. Find more informations and get the latest version on the GitHub : https://github.com/bsymon/romc You need Python 2.7 (https://www.python.org/downloads/) , and these dependencies : lxml, BeautifulSoup, google Use pip to install the dependencies : https://pip.pypa.io/en/stable/user_guide.html#installing-packages pip is bundled by default with Python 2.7. Changelog 1.2.2 Fixed the covers was named with the cleaned name, instead of the original name. Update Rom parser regex, for better filtering. 1.2.1 Better name cleaning. Name like "King of Fighters EX2, The - Howling Blood" are now cleaned like this : "The King of Fighters EX2 - Howling Blood" 1.2 Updated you can now download covers for your games (only with JVC API).
  8. Version 1.0

    317 downloads

    Quick and simple database of the few Namco System 22 games.
  9. Version .163

    621 downloads

    MAMEUIFX Databases. Use these with my MAMEUIFX builds. - J*
  10. Version version 1

    1,440 downloads

    Example Android database
  11. Version 1.4

    619 downloads

    Daphne Database (Official)
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