IV/Play (pronounced ‘Four Play’) is a desktop oriented GUI front-end for MAME™. It was designed and commissioned by John IV as a familiar feeling alternative to MAMEUI. It has a narrow and particular feature-set, is keyboard driven, and utilises many of the navigation short cuts of MAMEUI. It is available as a combo x64/x86 app and can run on XP and Vista; though it is designed for Windows 7/8 with leveraged features like Jump List support. IV/Play is decoupled from setting MAME options directly in an effort to future proof against the continual core changes that impact MAMEUI. IV/Play requires .NET 4.0. Click the image above to see the user guide PDF.
formerly MAME32, is the GUI version of MAME. Originally authored in 1997 by
Chris Kirmse, it was the first port of MAME™ to the Windows platform. MAMEUI
is currently in maintenance mode with no active development taking
place. The 64-bit version is still compiled and released when there is
no breakage with the core.
Future Pinball is the premier 3D pinball simulator for Windows, re-creating ~300 tables from the 1950s to 2011. Since its original release, Future Pinball has had multiple external physics upgrades which greatly enhance gameplay. Use the BAM download package and run 2.7 Physics or ZED Physics tables from PinSim DB.