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alum
March 8th, 2007, 20:38
How is eveyone? I just came from someone's home and seen that they had all the old classic arcade games from the 80's on a PC. I was just blown away at what games he had. He had games that I have not seen in over 18 years. Can someone help me, what download of MAME should I get, and how do get the classic arcades? Is there a compute joystick that I can buy to connect to my PC?

montpics
March 10th, 2007, 14:59
Firstly, I would like to wish you welcome to this forum. :cool:

How is eveyone? I just came from someone's home and seen that they had all the old classic arcade games from the 80's on a PC. I was just blown away at what games he had. He had games that I have not seen in over 18 years. Can someone help me, what download of MAME should I get, and how do get the classic arcades? Is there a compute joystick that I can buy to connect to my PC?
For MAME, you can find lots of MAME variants other than the original ones from here.

>CLICK HERE!< (http://emulator-zone.com/doc.php/arcade/mame.html)
(Recommendation : MAME32 Plus!, MAME32 or MAME32FX)

As for games, we can't provide links on that as ROMs (which is games) request is not allowed to be asked here.

Please read the RULES (http://forums.emulator-zone.com/rules.php) before you're posting further. :)

FatTrucker
March 10th, 2007, 16:03
Is there a compute joystick that I can buy to connect to my PC?

X-Arcade (http://www.x-arcade.com/tankstick-arcade-game.shtml)

Hot Rod SE (http://www.hanaho.com/Home/index.php)

SlikStik (http://www.slikstik.com/quadfeatures.htm)

Or build your own: Ultimarc (http://www.ultimarc.com/)

For console emulators you can get PC adapters for just about every type of console Joypad to use with the PC.