Kyuukai Douchuuki (Japan, new version (Rev B))
|Kyuukai Douchuuki (Japan, new version (Rev B))||(US)||22|
Kyuukoukabakugekitai - Dive Bomber Squad (Japan, prototype)
|Kyuukoukabakugekitai - Dive Bomber Squad (Japan, prototype)||(US)||43|
Kyuukyoku no Othello
|Kyuukyoku no Othello||(US)||28|
Retro and vintage gamers have been taking advantage of some pretty slick technology to play some of their favorite games from consoles long dead and gone, including some of the earliest (and rarest) games on the planet - the kinds of games that would cost a fortune to collect and would belong locked away in a display case and not tossed inside of a classic console to be played.
Thankfully though modern gamers looking to play old-school titles have a chance to use the Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator (MAME) software, turning their PC, their mobile devices, and all kinds of other modern technology into a classic video game console with no headache or hassle whatsoever.
Completely preserving the experience of vintage games, the coolest thing about MAME software - and MAME ROMs, for sure - is that you can collect thousands and thousands of classic video games across a dozen or more different consoles on something as small as a thumb drive!
The very first MAME software was pioneered all the way back in 1997 with a public release dropped on February 5 of that year. Today, this same emulator has grown into one of the most powerful videogame emulators anywhere on the planet - supporting more than 7000 unique videogame titles, 30,000 "legitimate" ROM images, and literally dozens of different console builds for players to take advantage of on all kinds of different devices.
The original intention of the MAME software was to preserve videogame history that was disappearing faster than anyone could have anticipated. Everything aside from the rarest Nintendo games were being destroyed, thrown out, or lost to time altogether - particularly rare titles that didn't sell like a blockbuster at retail locations.
With MAME (and by creating MAME ROMs) gamers were able to save vast libraries of these videogames for posterity without having to have access to the actual videogame cartridges themselves or even the actual consoles, either!
Today, people are putting MAME and emulators like it on their smart phones to play their favorite classic games, or throwing it on their tablets and their laptops, and are even installing MAME directly onto compact videogame consoles and sticks that plug into modern HD TVs and connect with Bluetooth controllers to have a full-blown arcade experience thanks to the power of cutting edge technology.
Of course, the MAME software is only going to get you halfway to where you are looking to go as a video gamer.
That handles all of the console stuff for you but you're actually going to need video games to play - and that means you will need just as many MAME ROMs as you can get your hands on.
Well, lucky for you, you have come to the right place!
We provide instant access to hundreds of MAME ROMs ready to download and use with your favorite emulator, giving you the ability to play all of your old video games with no headache or hassle but also giving you the opportunity to play the kinds of games that you wouldn't have ever had access to previously, too.
Some of the rarest videogames in history - games that maybe only a few thousand people have ever played - are now available in ROM format and work perfectly with the MAME software, giving you a chance to slide into a videogame Time Machine and experience gaming the way you remembered when you first started.