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MAME 0.211 Released!
« on: June 27, 2019, 02:28:51 am »
MAME 0.211

As we pass the half-way point of 2019, it’s time for MAME 0.211, with all the excitement that brings.  In this release, SGI Indy and MIPS RC2030 workstations have been promoted to working.  This is a major milestone in RISC workstation emulation.  If you’re feeling nostalgic, why not try one of them out, and install  IRIX or RISC/os, respectively?  This release also includes better support for the China Education Computer Apple II derivatives, along with a preliminary software list.  This opens a window to Chinese classroom technology in the late ’80s and early ’90s.  Speaking of software lists, we’ve added over five hundred cleanly cracked Apple II software titles, and imported a whole lot of ZX Spectrum cassette images.

Looking away from computer emulation for a moment, Game & Watch preservation keeps progressing, with the addition of Ball (the earliest Game & Watch release) and the panorama screen version of Donkey Kong Jr.  The Gaelco/Salter Pro Cycle Tele Cardioline exercise system has been promoted to working, and the Pro Stepper system has been added.  System 573 MP3 audio has been greatly improved in this release, and support has been added for more Bally pinball sound boards.  ClawGrip added example programs from the V.R. Technologies VT03 software development kit.  Gemcrush, a rare brick breaking arcade game, has been added in this release.

There are lots of other improvements, including a fix for the fatal error when switching away from MAME in Direct3D full-screen mode.  You can get the source and Windows binary packages from the download page.
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