Here you will find a collection of single links to archives of previous releases of the MAME emulator and it's variants.
DO NOT use this thread to ask for help with using any MAME versions. The only purpose here is to create a centralised list. Make your own newbie help requests in the appropriate forum.
If you have any archive links of your own to add to the collection, then please reply while keeping Site Rules part 3 in mind. If your link is suitable then it will be added to the list and you will get mad props. If any links go dead then please reply to help me keep this list up to date.
First up, we have the archive of original MAME source and binary releases. Most MAME addicts would probably know about this one already, but for those who didn't, here you go:
MAME Previous Releases - http://mamedev.org/oldrel.html
From the MAMEUI homepage:
"MAMEUI, 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. It is still compiled and released when there is no breakage with the core."
MAME32 & MAMEUI32 Museum - http://www.progettosnaps.net/mameui_en
With it's cool extra features, MAMEPlus! was probably the most popular variant build.
MAME Plus! Repository - http://www.progettosnaps.net/mameplus/
Another extremely popular build, MAMEUIFX by mamesick had some great features, including removing junk such as gambling machines from the source to keep it arcade only. Later versions also implemented some very nice shaders. Also see Arcade64.
MAMEUIFX Binaries Archive - https://www.mediafire.com/folder/ebawas ... ES_ARCHIVE
This build is no longer supported since MAME ver. 0.106.
From the DOS MAME page for AdvanceMAME:
"AdvanceMAME is an unofficial MAME version for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, DOS and Windows with an advanced video support for helping the use with TVs, Arcade Monitors, Fixed Frequencies Monitors and also with normal PC Monitors"
AdvanceMAME - http://sourceforge.net/projects/advance ... vancemame/
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