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Start64!MameUI is an emulator. Simply put, it allows a PC to mimic the internal hardware of a large number of stand-alone arcade machines from 1975 to 2003+. Combined with the original ROMs from these arcade machines, MameUI will display and play the games on a PC. The software thinks it’s still running on its original box. 


MameUI is the GUI version of Mame™, the M.ultiple A.rcade M.achine E.mulator. It has an attractive, elegant, graphical interface which allows the user to forego having to type command line parameters, although it can still be passed these arguments. For many, it’s easier to click the icon of the game.

MameUI x64 version

MameUI x64 version
MameUI64 - 64bit software

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