758 igrica koje smo nekad igrali Mame32 is an emulator. Simply put, it allows a PC to mimic the internal hardware of a large number of stand-alone arcade machines from 1975 to 2000. Combined with the original software from these arcade machines, Mame32 will display and play the games on a PC. The software thinks it’s still running on its original box. Mame32 is the GUI version of Mame, the M.ultiple A.rcade M.achine E.mulator. It has an attractive, elegant, graphical interface which allows the user to forego having to type command line parameters, although it can still be passed these arguments, for example. ‘Mame32.exe dkong -r 1024x768x32 -refresh 85 -effect sharp’. For many, it’s easier to click the icon of the game. Playing a Game & Internal Controls Once a game has been selected and double-clicked, Mame32 will produce two information screens and then it will run the game. Since Mame32 is emulating the original hardware, the software thinks it’s still in an arcade and is starting up for the first time in the morning. Initial diagnostic screens are run through, as well as possibly some accounting information presented to the arcade owner. The game should now be running its demo/attract mode. Insert a coin with the  key on the keyboard, the mappings for coin inserts are: player 1 , player 2 , player 3 , player 4 . Now that a coin has been inserted, start the game with the  key on the keyboard. Game start mappings are player 1 , player 2 , player 3 , player 4 . Mame32’s default control scheme is to use the inverted T arrow keys on the keyboard for directional controls, and the left [CTRL] key as the primary action button. While in a game within Mame32, the internal configuration menu system can be activated by pressing the [TAB] key. This will bring up the control options. These options allow remapping Mame32 controls to whatever keys are desired. The Input (general) area controls the global settings, and the Input (this game) are the controls for the game selected. To change the mapping, select the control to change by arrowing down to it, hit the [ENTER] key and then the new desired control. Hit the [ESC] key to exit the [TAB] menu back to the game. Other keys of interest while playing a game are : [TAB] key to bring up the internal menu system. [~ TILDE] the onscreen display. [p] for the pause button. [F3] resets the game. [F4] displays the game’s color palette. [F9] changes the frameskip on the fly. [F10] toggles throttling. [F11] toggles the FPS display. [F12] takes a *.png snapshot of the game and places it in the \mame32\snap directory. [ESC] exits from the game back to the Mame32 GUI. Kod: Zao nam je, ali morate biti registrovani/prijavljeni da vidite ovaj sadržaj!