Kawaks

any other kawaks users around here? i could use more opponents at my SFA3 game, of KOF2k, or hell, puzzle fighter or cyberbots or anything!
 
Seriously, does anyone else even know what kawaks supports? it runs all these great games!

1941 - Counter Attack (Japan) Capcom 1990 -

1941 - Counter Attack (World) Capcom 1990 -

19XX: The War Against Destiny (Hispanic 951218) Capcom 1996 -

19XX: The War Against Destiny (US 951207) Capcom 1996 -

2020 Super Baseball (set 1) SNK / Pallas 1991 -

2020 Super Baseball (set 2) SNK / Pallas 1991 -

3 Count Bout / Fire Suplex SNK 1993 -

Aero Fighters 2 / Sonic Wings 2 Video System Co. 1994 -

Aero Fighters 3 / Sonic Wings 3 Video System Co. 1995 -

Aggressors of Dark Kombat / Tsuukai GANGAN Koushinkyoku ADK / SNK 1994 -

Alien vs. Predator (Euro 940520) Capcom 1994 -

Alien vs. Predator (Japan 940520) Capcom 1994 -

Alien vs. Predator (US 940520) Capcom 1994 -

Alpha Mission II / ASO II - Last Guardian SNK 1991 -

Andro Dunos Visco 1992 -

Area 88 (Japan) Capcom 1989 -

Armored Warriors (Euro 941011) Capcom 1994 -

Armored Warriors (US 941024) Capcom 1994 -

Art of Fighting / Ryuuko no Ken SNK 1992 -

Art of Fighting 2 / Ryuuko no Ken 2 SNK 1994 -

Art of Fighting 3 - The Path of the Warrior / Art of Fighting - Ryuuko no Ken Gaiden SNK 1996 -

Bakatonosama Mahjong Manyuki Monolith Corp. 1991 -

Bang Bead Visco 2000 Yes

Bang Bead (prototype) Visco 2000 -

Baseball Stars 2 SNK 1992 -

Baseball Stars Professional SNK 1990 -

Battle Circuit (Asia 970319) Capcom 1997 -

Battle Circuit (Japan 970319) Capcom 1997 -

Battle Flip Shot Visco 1998 -

Blazing Star Yumekobo 1998 -

Blue's Journey / Raguy Alpha Denshi Co. 1990 -

Breakers Visco 1996 -

Breakers Revenge Visco 1998 -

Burning Fight (set 1) SNK 1991 -

Burning Fight (set 2) SNK 1991 -

Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (World) Capcom 1993 -

Cadillacs Kyouryuu-Shinseiki (Japan) Capcom 1993 -

Capcom Sports Club (Asia 970722) Capcom 1997 -

Capcom Sports Club (Japan 970722) Capcom 1997 -

Capcom World 2 (Japan) Capcom 1992 -

Captain Commando (Japan) Capcom 1991 -

Captain Commando (US) Capcom 1991 -

Captain Commando (World) Capcom 1991 -

Captain Tomaday Visco 1999 -

Carrier Air Wing (World) Capcom 1990 -

Chibi Marukochan Deluxe Quiz Takara 1995 -

Chiki Chiki Boys (Japan) Capcom 1990 -

Crossed Swords Alpha Denshi Co. 1991 -

Cyber-Lip SNK 1990 -

Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness (Japan 950420) Capcom 1995 -

Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness (US 950424) Capcom 1995 -

Dai Makai-Mura (Japan) Capcom 1988 -

Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors (Asia 940705) Capcom 1994 -

Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors (Euro 940705) Capcom 1994 -

Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors (US 940705) Capcom 1994 -

Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors (US 940818) Capcom 1994 -

Diggerman ? ???? Yes

Double Dragon (Neo-Geo) Technos 1995 -

Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (Euro 960209) Capcom 1996 -

Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (Japan 960206) Capcom 1996 -

Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (US 960209) Capcom 1996 -

Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (US 960619) Capcom 1996 -

Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (Euro 940412) Capcom 1993 -

Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (Hispanic 940125) Capcom 1993 -

Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (Japan 940113) Capcom 1993 -

Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (US 940113) Capcom 1993 -

Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (US 940125) Capcom 1993 -

Dynasty Wars (World) Capcom 1989 -

Eco Fighters (World 931203) Capcom 1993 -

Eight Man SNK / Pallas 1991 -

Fatal Fury - King of Fighters / Garou Densetsu - shukumei no tatakai SNK 1991 -

Fatal Fury 2 / Garou Densetsu 2 - arata-naru tatakai SNK 1992 -

Fatal Fury 3 - Road to the Final Victory / Garou Densetsu 3 - haruka-naru tatakai SNK 1995 -

Fatal Fury Special / Garou Densetsu Special SNK 1993 -

Fight Fever / Crystal Legacy Viccom 1994 -

Final Fight (Japan) Capcom 1989 -

Final Fight (US) Capcom 1989 -

Final Fight (World) Capcom 1989 -

Football Frenzy SNK 1992 -

Forgotten Worlds (US) Capcom 1988 -

Galaxy Fight - Universal Warriors Sunsoft 1995 -

Garou - Mark of the Wolves (prototype) SNK 1999 -

Garou: Mark of the Wolves SNK 1999 -

Garou: Mark of the Wolves (alternate set) SNK 1999 -

Garou: Mark of the Wolves (decrypted C) SNK 1999 -

Ghost Pilots SNK 1991 -

Ghouls'n Ghosts (US) Capcom 1988 -

Ghouls'n Ghosts (World) Capcom 1988 -

Goal! Goal! Goal! Visco 1995 -

Gururin Face 1994 -

Irritating Maze / Ultra Denryu Iraira Bou, The SNK / Saurus 1997 -

Jyanshin Densetsu - Quest of Jongmaster Aicom 1994 -

Kabuki Klash - Far East of Eden / Tengai Makyou Shinden - Far East of Eden Hudson 1995 -

Karnov's Revenge / Fighter's History Dynamite Data East Corporation 1994 -

King of Dragons (bootleg), The Capcom 1991 -

King of Dragons (Japan), The Capcom 1991 -

King of Dragons (US), The Capcom 1991 -

King of Dragons (World), The Capcom 1991 -

King of Fighters '94, The SNK 1994 -

King of Fighters '95, The SNK 1995 -

King of Fighters '96, The SNK 1996 -

King of Fighters '97, The SNK 1997 -

King of Fighters '98 - The Slugfest / King of Fighters '98 - dream match never ends, The SNK 1998 -

King of Fighters '99 - Millennium Battle (fully decrypted), The SNK 1999 -

King of Fighters '99 - Millennium Battle (prototype), The SNK 1999 -

King of Fighters '99 - Millennium Battle, The SNK 1999 -

King of Fighters '99: Millennium Battle (nonecrypted P), The SNK 1999 -

King of Fighters 2000 (Decrypted C), The SNK 2000 -

King of Fighters 2000 (nonecrypted P), The SNK 2000 -

King of Fighters 2000, The SNK 2000 -

King of the Monsters SNK 1991 -

King of the Monsters 2 - The Next Thing SNK 1992 -

Kizuna Encounter - Super Tag Battle / Fu'un Super Tag Battle SNK 1996 -

Knights of the Round (Hack) Capcom 1991 Yes

Knights of the Round (Japan) Capcom 1991 -

Knights of the Round (US) Capcom 1991 -

Knights of the Round (World) Capcom 1991 -

Last Blade / Bakumatsu Roman - Gekkano Kenshi, The SNK 1997 -

Last Blade 2 / Bakumatsu Roman - Dai Ni Maku Gekkano Kenshi, The SNK 1998 -

Last Resort SNK 1992 -

League Bowling SNK 1990 -

Legend of Success Joe / Ashitano Joe Densetsu SNK 1991 -

Lost Worlds (Japan) Capcom 1988 -

Magic Sword (Japan) Capcom 1990 -

Magic Sword - Heroic Fantasy (US) Capcom 1990 -

Magic Sword - Heroic Fantasy (World) Capcom 1990 -

Magical Drop II Data East Corporation 1996 -

Magical Drop III Data East Corporation 1997 -

Magician Lord (set 1) Alpha Denshi Co. 1990 -

Magician Lord (set 2) Alpha Denshi Co. 1990 -

Mahjong Kyoretsuden SNK 1990 -

Marvel Super Heroes (Asia 951024) Capcom 1995 -

Marvel Super Heroes (Hispanic 951117) Capcom 1995 -

Marvel Super Heroes (Japan 951024) Capcom 1995 -

Marvel Super Heroes (US 951024) Capcom 1995 -

Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (Japan 970702) Capcom 1997 -

Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (Japan 970707) Capcom 1997 -

Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (US 970625) Capcom 1997 -

Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (US 970827) Capcom 1997 -

Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Asia 980112) Capcom 1998 -

Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Japan 980112) Capcom 1998 -

Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Japan 980123) Capcom 1998 -

Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (US 980123) Capcom 1998 -

Mega Man - The Power Battle (Asia) Capcom 1995 -

Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters (US 960708) Capcom 1996 -

Mega Twins (World) Capcom 1990 -

Mercs (US) Capcom 1990 -

Mercs (World) Capcom 1990 -

Metal Slug - Super Vehicle-001 Nazca 1996 -

Metal Slug 2 - Super Vehicle-001/II SNK 1998 -

Metal Slug 3 (encrypted) Nazca 2000 -

Metal Slug 3 (non encrypted P) Nazca 2000 -

Metal Slug 3 (non encrypted P, decrypted C) Nazca 2000 -

Metal Slug X - Super Vehicle-001 SNK 1999 -

Minnasanno Okagesamadesu Monolith Corp. 1990 -

Money Puzzle Exchanger / Money Idol Exchanger Face 1997 -

Musashi Ganryuuki Visco 1999 -

Musashi Ganryuuki (decrypted C) Visco 1999 -

Muscle Bomber - The Body Explosion (Japan) Capcom 1993 -

Muscle Bomber Duo - Heat Up Warriors (Japan) Capcom 1993 -

Muscle Bomber Duo - Ultimate Team Battle (World) Capcom 1993 -

Mutation Nation SNK 1992 -

NAM-1975 SNK 1990 -

Nemo (Japan) Capcom 1990 -

Nemo (World) Capcom 1990 -

Neo Bomberman Hudson 1997 -

Neo Drift Out - New Technology Visco 1996 -

Neo Mr. Do! Visco 1996 -

Neo No Panepon (non-MAME) Blastar 2002 Yes

Neo Turf Masters / Big Tournament Golf Nazca 1996 -

Neo-Geo Cup '98 - The Road to the Victory SNK 1998 -

NeoPong None 2002 Yes

Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge (US 950406) Capcom 1995 -

Nightmare in the Dark Eleven / Gavaking 2000 -

Nightmare in the Dark (decrypted C) Eleven / Gavaking 2000 -

Ninja Combat Alpha Denshi Co. 1990 -

Ninja Commando Alpha Denshi Co. 1992 -

Ninja Master's - haoh-ninpo-cho ADK / SNK 1996 -

Operation Ragnagard / Shin-Oh-Ken Saurus 1996 -

Over Top ADK 1996 -

Pang! 3 (Euro) Mitchell 1995 -

Pang! 3 (Japan) Mitchell 1995 -

Panic Bomber Eighting / Hudson 1994 -

Pleasure Goal / Futsal - 5 on 5 Mini Soccer Saurus 1996 -

Pnickies (Japan) Compile (Capcom license) 1994 -

Pocket Fighter (Japan 970904) Capcom 1997 -

Pop 'n Bounce / Gapporin Video System Co. 1997 -

Power Spikes II Video System Co. 1994 -

Powered Gear: Strategic Variant Armor Equipment (Japan 940916) Capcom 1994 -

Powered Gear: Strategic Variant Armor Equipment (Japan 941024) Capcom 1994 -

Prehistoric Isle 2 Yumekobo 1999 -

Prehistoric Isle 2 (decrypted C) Yumekobo 1999 -

Pulstar Aicom 1995 -

Punisher (Japan), The Capcom 1993 -

Punisher (US), The Capcom 1993 -

Punisher (World), The Capcom 1993 -

Puzzle Bobble / Bust-A-Move (Neo-Geo) Taito 1994 -

Puzzle Bobble 2 / Bust-A-Move Again (Neo-Geo) Taito (SNK license) 1999 -

Puzzle De Pon Taito (Visco license) 1995 -

Puzzle De Pon R Taito (Visco license) 1997 -

Puzzled / Joy Joy Kid SNK 1990 -

Quiz & Dragons (Japan) Capcom 1994 -

Quiz & Dragons (US) Capcom 1992 -

Quiz Daisousa Sen - The Last Count Down SNK 1991 -

Quiz King of Fighters Saurus 1995 -

Quiz Meintantei Neo Geo - Quiz Daisousa Sen Part 2 SNK 1992 -

Quiz Nanairo Dreams: Nijiirotyou no Kiseki (Japan 960826) Capcom 1996 -

Quiz Tonosama no Yabou 2 Zenkoku-ban (Japan) Capcom 1995 -

Real Bout Fatal Fury / Real Bout Garou Densetsu SNK 1995 -

Real Bout Fatal Fury 2 - The Newcomers / Real Bout Garou Densetsu 2 - the newcomers SNK 1998 -

Real Bout Fatal Fury Special / Real Bout Garou Densetsu Special SNK 1996 -

Riding Hero (set 1) SNK 1990 -

Riding Hero (set 2) SNK 1990 -

Ring of Destruction: Slammasters II (Euro 940902) Capcom 1994 -

Robo Army SNK 1991 -

Rockman - The Power Battle (Japan) Capcom 1995 -

Rockman 2: The Power Fighters (Japan 960708) Capcom 1996 -

Samurai Shodown / Samurai Spirits SNK 1993 -

Samurai Shodown II / Shin Samurai Spirits - Haohmaru jigokuhen SNK 1994 -

Samurai Shodown III / Samurai Spirits - Zankurou Musouken SNK 1995 -

Samurai Shodown IV - Amakusa's Revenge / Samurai Spirits - Amakusa Kourin SNK 1996 -

Sangokushi II (Asia) Capcom 1992 -

Saturday Night Slam Masters (US) Capcom 1993 -

Saturday Night Slam Masters (World) Capcom 1993 -

Savage Reign / Fu'un Mokushiroku - kakutou sousei SNK 1995 -

Sengoku / Sengoku Denshou (set 1) SNK 1991 -

Sengoku / Sengoku Denshou (set 2) SNK 1991 -

Sengoku 2 / Sengoku Denshou 2 SNK 1993 -

Sengoku 3 (decrypted C) SNK 2001 Yes

Sengoku 3 / Sengoku Legends 2001 (non-MAME) SNK 2001 Yes

Senjo no Ookami II (Japan) Capcom 1990 -

Shock Troopers Saurus 1997 -

Shock Troopers (Japan) Saurus 1997 -

Shock Troopers - 2nd Squad Saurus 1998 -

Soccer Brawl SNK 1991 -

Spinmaster / Miracle Adventure Data East Corporation 1993 -

Stakes Winner / Stakes Winner - GI kinzen seihae no michi Saurus 1995 -

Stakes Winner 2 Saurus 1996 -

Street Fighter Alpha 2 (US 960306) Capcom 1996 -

Street Fighter Alpha 3 (US 980629) Capcom 1998 -

Street Fighter Alpha 3 (US 980904) Capcom 1998 -

Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams (Euro 950605) Capcom 1995 -

Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams (Euro 950727) Capcom 1995 -

Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams (US 950627) Capcom 1995 -

Street Fighter II - The World Warrior (Japan 910214) Capcom 1991 -

Street Fighter II - The World Warrior (Japan 910306) Capcom 1991 -

Street Fighter II - The World Warrior (Japan 911210) Capcom 1991 -

Street Fighter II - The World Warrior (US 910206) Capcom 1991 -

Street Fighter II - The World Warrior (US 910214) Capcom 1991 -

Street Fighter II - The World Warrior (US 910228) Capcom 1991 -

Street Fighter II - The World Warrior (US 910522) Capcom 1991 -

Street Fighter II - The World Warrior (World 910214) Capcom 1991 -

Street Fighter II! - Champion Edition (V004) hack 1992 -

Street Fighter II' (YYC) hack 1992 Yes

Street Fighter II' - Champion Edition (Accelerator Pt.II) hack 1992 -

Street Fighter II' - Champion Edition (Japan) Capcom 1992 -

Street Fighter II' - Champion Edition (Rainbow set 1) hack 1992 -

Street Fighter II' - Champion Edition (Rainbow set 2) hack 1992 -

Street Fighter II' - Champion Edition (Red Wave) hack 1992 -

Street Fighter II' - Champion Edition (US rev A) Capcom 1992 -

Street Fighter II' - Champion Edition (US rev
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Capcom 1992 -

Street Fighter II' - Champion Edition (World) Capcom 1992 -

Street Fighter II' - Hyper Fighting (US) Capcom 1992 -

Street Fighter II' Turbo - Hyper Fighting (Japan) Capcom 1992 -

Street Fighter Zero (CPS Changer) Capcom 1995 Yes

Street Fighter Zero (Japan 950605) Capcom 1995 -

Street Fighter Zero (Japan 950627) Capcom 1995 -

Street Fighter Zero (Japan 950727) Capcom 1995 -

Street Fighter Zero 2 (Asia 960227) Capcom 1996 -

Street Fighter Zero 2 (Japan 960227) Capcom 1996 -

Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha (Asia 960826) Capcom 1996 -

Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha (Japan 960805) Capcom 1996 -

Street Fighter Zero 3 (Asia 980701) Capcom 1998 -

Street Fighter Zero 3 (Japan 980629) Capcom 1998 -

Street Fighter Zero 3 (Japan 980727) Capcom 1998 -

Street Hoop / Street Slam / Dunk Dream Data East Corporation 1994 -

Strider (US) Capcom 1989 -

Strider Hiryu (Japan set 1) Capcom 1989 -

Strider Hiryu (Japan set 2) Capcom 1989 -

Strikers 1945 Plus Psikyo 1999 -

Strikers 1945 Plus (decrypted C) Psikyo 1999 -

Super Dodge Ball / Kunio no Nekketsu Toukyuu Densetsu Technos 1996 -

Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix (US 970904) Capcom 1997 -

Super Gem Fighter: Mini Mix (Asia 970904) Capcom 1997 -

Super Muscle Bomber: The International Blowout (Japan 940808) Capcom 1994 -

Super Muscle Bomber: The International Blowout (Japan 940831) Capcom 1994 -

Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo (US 960620) Capcom 1996 -

Super Puzzle Fighter 2 X (Japan 960531) Capcom 1996 -

Super Sidekicks / Tokuten Ou SNK 1992 -

Super Sidekicks 2 - The World Championship / Tokuten Ou 2 - real fight football SNK 1994 -

Super Sidekicks 3 - The Next Glory / Tokuten Ou 3 - eikoue no michi SNK 1995 -

Super Spy, The SNK 1990 -

Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo (Asia 940223) Capcom 1994 -

Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo (US 940223) Capcom 1994 -

Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo (World 940223) Capcom 1994 -

Super Street Fighter 2 X: Grand Master Challenge (Japan 940223) Capcom 1994 -

Super Street Fighter 2: The New Challengers (Asia 930914) Capcom 1993 -

Super Street Fighter 2: The New Challengers (Asia 931005) Capcom 1993 -

Super Street Fighter 2: The New Challengers (Japan 930910) Capcom 1993 -

Super Street Fighter 2: The New Challengers (Japan 930911) Capcom 1993 -

Super Street Fighter 2: The New Challengers (Japan 931005) Capcom 1993 -

Super Street Fighter 2: The New Challengers (US 930911) Capcom 1993 -

Super Street Fighter 2: The Tournament Battle (World 931119) Capcom 1993 -

Syougi No Tatsujin - Master of Syougi ADK / SNK 1995 -

Tecmo World Soccer '96 Tecmo 1996 -

Tenchi wo Kurau (Japan) Capcom 1989 -

Tenchi wo Kurau II - Sekiheki no Tatakai (Japan) Capcom 1992 -

Thrash Rally Alpha Denshi Co. 1991 -

Three Wonders (US) Capcom 1991 -

Three Wonders (World) Capcom 1991 -

Top Hunter - Roddy & Cathy SNK 1994 -

Top Player's Golf SNK 1990 -

Twinkle Star Sprites ADK 1996 -

U.N. Squadron (US) Capcom 1989 -

U.S. Navy (Japan) Capcom 1990 -

Ultimate 11 / Tokuten Ou - Honoo no Libero, The SNK 1996 -

V-Liner (non-MAME) Aruze 2001 Yes

Vampire Hunter 2: Darkstalkers Revenge (Japan 970913) Capcom 1997 -

Vampire Hunter: Darkstalkers' Revenge (Japan 950302) Capcom 1995 -

Vampire Hunter: Darkstalkers' Revenge (Japan 950316) Capcom 1995 -

Vampire Savior 2: The Lord of Vampire (Japan 970913) Capcom 1997 -

Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire (Asia 970519) Capcom 1997 -

Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire (Euro 970519) Capcom 1997 -

Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire (Japan 970519) Capcom 1997 -

Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire (US 970519) Capcom 1997 -

Vampire: The Night Warriors (Japan 940630) Capcom 1994 -

Vampire: The Night Warriors (Japan 940705 alt) Capcom 1994 -

Vampire: The Night Warriors (Japan 940705) Capcom 1994 -

Varth - Operation Thunderstorm (Japan) Capcom 1992 -

Varth - Operation Thunderstorm (US) Capcom (Romstar license) 1992 -

Varth - Operation Thunderstorm (World) Capcom 1992 -

Viewpoint Sammy 1992 -

Voltage Fighter - Gowcaizer / Choujin Gakuen Gowcaizer Technos 1995 -

Waku Waku 7 Sunsoft 1996 -

Warriors of Fate (US) Capcom 1992 -

Warriors of Fate (World) Capcom 1992 -

Willow (Japan, English) Capcom 1989 -

Willow (Japan, Japanese) Capcom 1989 -

Windjammers / Flying Power Disc Data East Corporation 1994 -

Wonder 3 (Japan) Capcom 1991 -

World Heroes Alpha Denshi Co. 1992 -

World Heroes 2 ADK 1993 -

World Heroes 2 Jet ADK / SNK 1994 -

World Heroes Perfect ADK / SNK 1995 -

X-Men Vs. Street Fighter (Euro 960910) Capcom 1996 -

X-Men Vs. Street Fighter (US 961004) Capcom 1996 -

X-Men: Children of the Atom (Asia 941217) Capcom 1994 -

X-Men: Children of the Atom (Euro 950105) Capcom 1994 -

X-Men: Children of the Atom (Japan 941208 rent version) Capcom 1994 -

X-Men: Children of the Atom (Japan 941217) Capcom 1994 -

X-Men: Children of the Atom (Japan 941219) Capcom 1994 -

X-Men: Children of the Atom (US 950105) Capcom 1994 -

Zed Blade / Operation Ragnarok NMK 1994 -

Zupapa (non-MAME) SNK 2001 Yes
 
mame runs about 1000+ more than that.. Those included as well..

I usually use mame for kaillera online play.. Although I use kawaks offline because of it's cool blitters.. If you want a challenge in sfa3, look for me on the kaillera west coast servers..
 
kawaks has a trouble in the emulation speed. It is a bit faster/slower than the original arcade (no matter you use frameskip/frame blend), it is like playing in "turbo" mode no matter wich dip switch ot setting you put.

Nebula is more accurate emulating the actual speed of the arcades.
 
Nebula is also a great emulator, but its near impossible to find opponents with it, on kaillera

#1 used emu=mame

#2=kawaks

#3=Final burn alpha

#4=gens

#5=wierd foregn language mame versions

#6= nebula
 
You left out KoF 2001, 2002, Rage of the Dragons, Metal Slug 4, Giga Wing, and Cyberbots.

Or were you talking about games it "officially" supports?
 
Originally posted by SegaSaturnDDR@Dec. 07 2002, 5:03 am

what name? ( and im aware mame runs more, but about 800 of them are mojohng games so there.)

Keep dreaming. MAME runs pretty near every arcade cabinet pre-1998. Sure there's quite a few exceptions but by no means are they all Mahjongg games.

http://www.mame.dk is a good searchable index of games it runs.
 
Originally posted by DBOY@Dec. 09 2002, 1:42 pm

You left out KoF 2001, 2002, Rage of the Dragons, Metal Slug 4, Giga Wing, and Cyberbots.

Or were you talking about games it "officially" supports?

Mame can play those games as well, but most of the newer arcade games are disabled.. If you have some compiler skills, you can compile your own version of mame that runs those games.. Or get those japanese foreign versions of mame which do run those games..

I've gotten KOF2001 and MS4 running on mame just fine..
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No compiler needed..
 
Yeah but renaming roms to another set is just annoying (the easiest way to do it without a special mame version).

Either way, Kawaks runs it way cleaner and on less RAM.
 
Originally posted by DBOY@Dec. 11 2002, 4:31 pm

Yeah but renaming roms to another set is just annoying (the easiest way to do it without a special mame version).

Either way, Kawaks runs it way cleaner and on less RAM.

I did it without re-naming roms too.. And no special mame version either.. Yeah, kawaks runs it nicely, but so does mame.. Mame does run slow on low end comps though..
 
Hey

So fivefeet8, how have u done it??

(and btw where have u got those roms?)

it's nice to see that there is many people who loves the arcade emu scene....
 
Originally posted by DBOY@Dec. 11 2002, 6:31 pm

Yeah but renaming roms to another set is just annoying (the easiest way to do it without a special mame version).

Either way, Kawaks runs it way cleaner and on less RAM.

Nebula v2.18 is better than Kawaks to do that. No need to patches, better arcade speed & almost same effects.
 
Originally posted by IBarracudaI@Dec. 11 2002, 8:53 pm

Hey

So fivefeet8, how have u done it??

(and btw where have u got those roms?)

it's nice to see that there is many people who loves the arcade emu scene....

Now I remember why this topics become into forbidden ones... ???

Sorry if I offend someone; but I hate when topics turn into "scene" & isoz/romz begging ones.
 
Originally posted by Gear@Dec. 11 2002, 10:34 pm

Nebula v2.18 is better than Kawaks to do that. No need to patches, better arcade speed & almost same effects.

Odd, I don't need patches and I get perfect arcade speed.

Wonder what's wrong with your Kawaks?
 
I get speed differences between kawaks and the original arcades (yes, I checked that out between arcades and some computers of some friends and mine; tried all sort of options but never worked).

...

And I need a crack for those "latest" games.

...

What? Am I using the wrong kawaks or that's not the emulator for me?
 
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