Dkong.zip for - Mame @ Dope Roms. GEO: USA Language: The ROM Archive. Serving 171,589 ROMs For 144 Consoles With 218 Emulators & 9,279 Cheats. Sections Home Applications Emulators Roms. The Queue Rom button allows you to add this game to a queue list for later download. Related roms are related by name. Dkong.zip MAME Mame4All Rom or Game Free to Download from the Worlds NO1 ROM and Emulation Site.
You’re going to have to work with me if you really want to fix this ðŸ™‚ Your assumption that one MAME binary uses the same ROMs as a different MAME binary is faulty. I know mame4all uses 0.37b5 ROMs. I was under the impressions the libretro mame core uses the same set, but I haven’t tested that myself. This part you already seem to know: RetroPie comes with 3 versions of MAME.
Inpa 5 0 2 ncs expert windows. * /opt/retropie/emulators/advmame/bin/advmame is used if you put your ROMs in ~/RetroPie/roms/mame-advmame * /opt/retropie/emulators/mame4all/mame is used if you put your ROMs in ~/RetroPie/roms/mame * /opt/retropie/emulators/retroarch/bin/retroarch -L /opt/retropie/libretrocores/mamelibretro/libretro.so is used if you put your ROMs in ~/RetroPie/roms/mame-libretro Are you putting your ROMs in the correct folder? Try launching the different versions from the command line so you can see the errors without EmulationStation hiding them from you. Libretro-mame: /opt/retropie/emulators/retroarch/bin/retroarch -L /opt/retropie/libretrocores/mamelibretro/libretro.so --config /opt/retropie/configs/all/retroarch.cfg --appendconfig /opt/retropie/configs/mame/retroarch.cfg /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/mame-libretro/dkong.zip mame4all: create a new directory roms under /opt/retropie/emulators/mame4all copy your rom(s) there (only necessary for launching from the command line) /opt/retropie/emulators/mame4all/mame dkong with mame4all you can also verify the your ROMs with the command /opt/retropie/emulators/mame4all/mame -verifysets dkong.
Long time retro-gaming enthusiasts will recognize the advise I’m about to give you ðŸ™‚ If you are serious about some high quality box art, in-game screen captures and gamplay movies for use in your favorite front end, check out emumovies.com. They have all the above for every console and arcade emulator you can think of. I’ve been a member there a long time, back when HyperSpin started taking off. Now you won’t be able to use the movies in ES, but I am using their 3D box art. They have 2D options as well.
I think you can get some stuff without being a paying member, but with payment you get access to their FTP. And if your using standard no-intro game collections, all the art file names match up. Hint: It’d be awesome if the scraper had an option for pulling from emumovies! OK, I’ve got a basic config for tricking ES.
I was able to change the text color to match the background, move the (invisible) text to the bottom of the screen (since it was still being drawn on top of the box art), and replace the star images with blanks. First, I changed all the text color to match the background. The background is /etc/emulationstation/themes/simple/art/mid.png which is hex color code 97999b.
So I ended up with this section in /etc/emulationstation/themes/simple/simple.xml: 97999b 1./art/OPENSANS-LIGHT.TTF 0.03 0.12 0.04 97999b 1./art/OPENSANS-LIGHT.TTF 0.03 0.14 0.04 97999b 1./art/OPENSANS-LIGHT.TTF 0.03 97999b 1./art/OPENSANS-LIGHT.TTF 0.03 0 0.04 Then I killed the stars by pointing the relevant lines to use mid.png instead of the star images. I moved all the metadata text down to the bottom of the screen and resized the box art and game list to use the available space better. EmmulationStation has two modes for displaying game lists, basic and detailed. If there are no images defined in a given system’s gamelist (for example /home/pi/.emulationstation/gamelists/nes/gamelist.xml) then it displays basic mode. If even one image is defined, it uses detailed mode. Once ES decides to use detailed mode, it displays box art and other metadata (rating, release date, developer, players, etc.).