At a "Home Improvement Show"
I saw a company selling an upright cabinet arcade gamming system for
$5,000. After taking to them I found out there was a PC inside running
everything. After taking to them some more I found out the software was
called "MAME". I went home and looked "MAME" up on the internet. Two weeks
later I built my own MAME machine using the information from the following
links. The amount of information and effort in the MAME community is
Links that I used to build my machine:
The official site of the MAME
Mame32 is the Win32
GUI version of the MAME
Build Your Own Arcade
(Need help look here first)
Nickel City Games
(Were I bought the cabinet, very nice
3D-ARCADE at MAMEWORLD
people are insane!)
X-Arcade™ industrial quality
arcade game controllers (The best there is)
Arcade Art Library
Links General Info:
The MAME Cabinet
The cabinet originally was the game
“Wrestle Fest” which I bought from “Nickel City Games”
The game controls is from "X-Arcade"
The graphics are from "Arcade Art Library"
The computer: AMD Sempron 2500, 512MB memory, ATI 9550 video card,
Seagate 160GB HD, Pioneer DVD drive, Sound Blaster 2.1 speakers with
wireless keyboard, and wireless mouse.
Software: Windows XP Pro,
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