MAME4droid Reloaded


An arcade inside your Android



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Thanks to MAME4droid Reloaded, a MAME emulator for Android, you can enjoy some of the most famous arcade games of all time right from the comfort of your Android smartphone or tablet.

This version of MAME4droid (one of the most popular MAME emulators out there) is specially designed for duo core devices, which means it will run tons of games at optimal speeds. Some games, like OutRun or other titles from the late-nineties, may have lower performance.

The low performance of some games is because MAME4droid Reloaded is compatible with more than 8,000 different 'romsets'. In other words, there are still thousands and thousands of different games that will work perfectly on any Android device.

Once you've installed the emulator, you only need to copy and paste the game files into the directory '/sdcard/ROMs/MAME4droid/roms'. After completing this step, you'll be able to play any title you have loaded.

MAME4droid Reloaded is a comprehensive and powerful MAME emulator that has earned its place on any device that fits the minimum requirements. It's especially recommended for fans of arcade games.
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