Category Archives: MAME

MAME projects – Multi-Arcade-Machine-Emulator (Old school video game control scheme)

Finishing your MAME project

In a previous post, I went over making your MAME controller functional using an encoder from Groovy Game Gear.  This setup wasn’t quite finished though, as it had no back cover, the USB cord wasn’t properly secured, and the outside … Continue reading

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MAME using an encoder

After a marginally successful attempt at building a “wireless MAME” device using an old keyboard, I decided it was time to bite the bullet and simply buy an encoder.  Although the original setup did work as a wireless controller for … Continue reading

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Wireless MAME part 3 – Electrical Design and Construction

Hopefully you found the discussion about the mechanical design of my MAME setup informative, but the thing that – for better or worse – sets this apart from most of the others on the internet is the fact that it … Continue reading

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Wireless MAME Part 2 – Mechanical Design and Construction

As alluded to in the last article, most of the thought involved in constructing my MAME controller went into the mechanical design.  As I’ve found constructing this, it really takes a lot of thought and patience to design your own … Continue reading

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Wireless MAME – part 1, introduction

For those of you who don’t know, MAME stands for Multi Arcade Machine Emulator.  This probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “mame,” but just think of it as a way to play … Continue reading

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