This section provides guides on how to use emulation software to play
arcade games. At the moment, my favorite method is using a Raspberry Pi.
Rasberry Pi Arcade
This guide shows you how to configure a Raspberry
Pi to output a 240p signal and load arcade emulators.
There's software called Lakka that's available for
Windows, Mac, Linux and Raspberry Pi. It's becoming my favorite arcade emulation software and
it does other consoles as well.
While I've never personally used it, I've been told Big Blue is an excellent solution for
Windows-based arcade cabinets.
When I set up my original MAME arcade machine, I used software called MaLa as the front
end. It still works perfect and might be an excellent solution, depending on your setup.
Setup - Manual Setup
These pages contain detailed instructions on how
to manually download and configure a MaLa / MAME frontend.
This page shows how to configure MESS and Mednafen to emulate other systems on your arcade
This page describes how to use real arcade hardware with your MaLa front end.
If you’re finished, I invite you to go back to the main page to see all the other retro-gaming awesomeness we have on this
site...especially the RGB