Mame2003+ Compatibility list

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  1. RunningSnakes

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    I looked around @mastershoes and I'm pretty certain they do not exist for the 2003 Plus set.
     
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  2. Danimalzpwn3

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    Mario.zip works great thank you! what core does Altbeast.zip work on?
    @RunningSnakes
     
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  3. RunningSnakes

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    @MrSW confirmed it on Core D. I also have it confirmed working on Core D.
     
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    @RunningSnakes Thank you sincerely for your great contributions!
    I'm sorry if I haven't added them to the list yet, but I'm in a very busy time and I'm carrying out more things than I can handle.
    Before I can add them, they should all be confirmed because, as we have seen in a few cases, the tests didn't produce the same results for everyone.
    Unfortunately testing all these games takes a good amount of time, that is a little scarce these days, but they will all be added ASAP.
    You, @MrSW and anyone else wanting to add their test results, are welcome to keep posting them!
    Just remember, to make things smooth, always respect this format when posting your tests:
    so that the list can be edited and usable in scripts.
    Cheers:grog:
     
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  6. RunningSnakes

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    No worries @Tetsuo Shima, glad to help out. Yes, testing is very time consuming & the list needs to be as accurate as possible. I run all tests using USB exclusively, no SD card inserted for anything. This is maybe a difference in results from others using SD, or SD/USB. Posting results for SD/USB would likely be a mess and very hard to maintain. Most of what i have posted was done months ago & put into "Working Folders" and have just went back & retested to post for this thread. Core A,B,D,F,G still need much testing on my side, Core C,H are done & Core E is close to being done for me. At any rate, thanks for taking this much needed project on, no need to be in a hurry to complete this. Good Day
     
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  8. Danimalzpwn3

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    any cores working for:
    Demon front
    Light bringer
    mars matrix
    magic crystals
     
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  9. Wiimpathy

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    @Danimalzpwn3 and maybe others, it's not too hard to quickly know if a specific game is at least supported.

    Download Scripts_Datas.zip.
    Inside the DATAS folders, you'll find 3 xlsx files. First, open RA GC_Wii FBA Compatibility to check if it's supported by FB Alpha.
    If not found, open lr-mame2003 (MAME 0.78) and looks for the game. If it's there, note the filename(lightbr for example).
    Now if on Windows and you know how to use the command line. In the DATAS folder, type:
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    findstr /snip /C:"lightbr" *
    It should list in which file it appears if it's there.
    For linux, it could be grep -irl lightbr . instead.

    If you don't want to use the command line, just open and search in the file driverwii.c that comes with the Mame2003+ cores.
     
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