Monday, September 10, 2007

Starting a MAME driver

I think I have enough information on hand to at least being a basic MAME driver. I know the processor is a 8052 equivalent (which there is a CPU emulator for in MAME). Looking at my motherboard I also see a AY-3-8912 sound generator, and a 6545 video processor. I have game code, graphics and color prom dumps. At this point I would love to see what I can get up and running in MAME.

I downloaded the MAME source code and setup my development environment. I then compiled it and tried one of the free roms (Robby) found on the MAME website. At this point my system is ready to go.

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