BletchMAME v1.9 is released. BletchMAME is a new experimental front end for MAME. Unlike existing front ends (which function as launchers, keeping MAME's internal UI), BletchMAME replaces the internal MAME UI with a more conventional point and click GUI to provide a friendlier experience in a number of areas (such as profiles, input configuration and a number of others). While BletchMAME is intended to support all machines supported by MAME, it should be particularly suitable to computer emulation.…More
Day: May 22, 2020
At the beginning of the year, Riot Games hinted at a new feature on the way to its flagship MOBA game sometime this year: League of Legends announcer packs. That is, the option to choose different in-game announcers when firing up a new match. It’s an exciting prospect, but sadly, it’s been put on the backburner for now.
Emu Loader v8.8.4 is released. Emu Loader was created to manage an arcade games emulator called M.A.M.E. With this frontend, you can change practically any option that is available in the emulator, like the screen resolution, sound quality, game options, etc. There are lots of extra features that makes your life much more easier, like the snapshots viewer where all captured images from M.A.M.E. games can be viewed when selecting games. …More
MameUI64 v0.221 is released. MameUI [formerly Mame32] is the GUI version of the Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator, a program which seeks to document the internal hardware and code of all arcade games. Originally authored in 1997 by Chris Kirmse, it was the first port of Mame™ to the Windows platform. …More
Q-emuLator v3.3.1 is released. Q-emuLator is a software emulator of the QL, running as an application in the Windows and Mac OS environments. Q-emuLator has an interpreter of the 68008's instructions, and emulates the basic QL's hardware, redirecting input and output to the Mac's or PC's video, keyboard, mouse, disks, sound hardware and serial ports.…More
The Minecraft Dungeons release date is just a handful of days away. Mojang’s beautifully blocky sandbox Minecraft is blasting into the world of dungeon crawlers on May 26, and the critics’ verdicts are now in. That means one thing – it’s time to take a good look at those reviews to find out if the upcoming action-RPG game’s worth your hard-earned pennies.