Videoman has released again an unofficial version of MAME 32
for all those of you, NT fans, who were eagerly awaiting to play
Rolling Thunder on your PC. You may download this version from
Page. Remember this file is in no way affiliated with either MAME or
the MAME32 guys, so please do not e-mail those people about
troubles you may have. This version includes support for the six
new games included in the MAME 0.35b1 ROMs Page
which you can already download. If you're an NT user, or like to stay
in Windows mode, you must try this release.
|Unofficial MAME 32 0.35b1! - January 13, '99 by JoseQ
For those interested in benchmarks, I'm pretty sure that this
version outperforms the DOS version, at least on Pentium II chipsets
which are optimized for 32-bit instructions. I tried Smash TV on Windows
NT and MAME 32 0.34 final, and surprisingly it ran full speed with sound
enabled. Unfortunately the frames per second counter on the top of the
screen didn't work and showed all kinds of crazy numbers so I can't
tell you exactly what frame rates I was able to accomplish. Please refer
to the MAME 32 Q&A Page
for some benchmarking numbers you may use and the latest news on the
Official version of MAME32.
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