The MAME team that has just released a new 0.220 version of MAME.The story of the MAME project continues as in 1996 by an Italian developer Nicola Salmoria with the first release on February 5, 1997 and over the years with the help of other developers it has become a emulator that allows retro-computer lovers to relive the old games of the cabinet on their PC with the support of over 19000 games.
From Team MAME….
In a world of uncertainty, perhaps you can take some comfort from MAME 0.220, our delayed version for the March development cycle. This month has seen fixes for some old bugs in Final Star Force, Ribbit! and Night Slashers, emulation of Crab Grab (the other Game & Watch title with color overlay), the acquisition of Solite Spirits (an earlier version of what became 1945k III) and preliminary work on the Naruto TV game running on XaviX 2 platform. This month there are some great software list updates, including many Apple II software intended for North Dakota schools and the latest VGM music packages. By the way, the VGM reader can now show nice views while you listen.
Recently supported peripherals include Baby Plus II CPU Plus card for compatible PCs, serial and CP / M modules for HP 85 and HP 86, plus sound and disc expansions for the TI-99 family, CoCo PSG cartridge and a variety of 8-bit expansions. We’ve added ROM dumps for many synthesizers in this version, and while most of them don’t work yet, they’re there to tinker if you’re interested.
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