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MAME
We are confident that nobody out there has built a working MAME cabinet that’s any smaller than this. Adafruit’s Phillip Burgess posted this project on Twitter last week, and you guys went absolutely nuts for it. So he’s produced a video, and a quick and dirty explainer so you can make your own. Really: it’s teeny. That... Continue reading
Under 18 and in the UK? Check out our Christmas giveaway! We first met Shea Silverman, based down in Florida, on one of our 2012 hackspace tours when we first visited FamiLAB. Shea’s brilliant – he does a lot of work with the Pi and MAME (the Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator), and he made us... Continue reading
Raspberry Pi Gaming Day continues with a MAME cabinet. The arcade emulator MAME was first mentioned on the Raspberry Pi forum on 29 July 2011, just two days after it opened and the MAME meme has been popular ever since. We’ve seen our share of solid projects but Darren’s full size, ex-JAMMA cabinet complete with... Continue reading
Before I start on the meat of this post, I have a boast to make: we won another award! We’re so excited at the way the press about Raspberry Pi has been getting recently; I got into the car we’d hired to take us home from the airport yesterday, and the driver lunged into the... Continue reading
A lot of people of a certain age (cough – that’d be me) have been using their Raspberry Pis to play the games that we wasted spent endless 10p coins on down at the arcade when we were kids. MAME (the Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator) is a really popular download for the Raspberry Pi, and you... Continue reading