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MAMEUI – One of the most popular GUI frontends for MAME on Windows

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MAME is arguably the best arcade emulator out there. Although it only supported CLI (Command Line Interface) at the beginning, and now it has a DOS-like operation Interface and supports mouse operation, but its usability is still very low, and it never provides GUI (Graphical User Interface). That’s where a third-party GUI frontend like MAMEUI comes in.

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MAME32 Plus! – One of the best alternatives of MAME

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Without a doubt, MAME is one of the best, most famous and most vibrant multi-system arcade emulators in the emulator history. However, its usability has never been high enough, and its direct support for games is very low – you’ll find that MAME can detect and recognize so many games but is not able to play them all, often simply reports that a bunch of files are missing. As a result, many variations of MAME have appeared, and one of AppNee’s favorites is MAME32 Plus!.

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The King of Fighters all games in one place

The King of Fighters (ザ·キング·オブ·ファイターズ, KOF for short) is a classic VS fighting game series first released by SNK from Japan for MVS arcade system board in 1994. KOF was originally launched as a fighting contest organized for the characters from SNK’s another two works – Fatal Fury series and Art of Fighting. It has a very high popularity in Asian countries.

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Chase H.Q. all games in one place

When it comes to car racing games, most of them are traditional RAC type: you drive a car to overtake your opponents or get to the destination within the given time. In this fixed mode of gameplay, no matter how good the system is, how smooth the controls are, how many vehicles are made and how cool they are, players will soon get bored with this cookie-cutter game mechanics.

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Virtua Cop all games in one place

Virtua Cop (AKA: Virtua Squad) is a series of first-person light-gun shooter games with 3 works Virtua Cop (1994), Virtua Cop 2 (1995) and Virtua Cop 3 (2003). Virtua Cop: Elite Edition (AKA: Virtua Cop: Re-Birth) is a bundle edition of Virtua Cop and Virtua Cop 2 (along with bonus unlockable artwork) released for PlayStation 2 in 2002.

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[MAME] Tumblepop – A platform game reminiscent of Bubble Bobble, Pang and Snow Bros.

There are four classic arcade games in this post: Tumblepop, Diet Go Go, Joe & Mac Returns, and Jumping Pop. The first three are all the works of Data East from Japan, were successively released in 1991, 1992 and 1994. Among them, the Joe & Mac Returns is a hybrid work of Tumblepop and Joe & Mac of Data East. The last game is a highly imitative copy of Tumblepop, was produced by ESD from South Korea and released in 2001.

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[v21.x] ExtraMAME – Smaller and easier GUI wrapper for M.A.M.E

The M.A.M.E. (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator) written by Nicola Salmoria and MAME team enables us to play thousands of classic arcade games on our computer. In this way, we can relive the joy and happy memories brought by the classic video games on arcade game console in the past.

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