In anticipation to re-doing my downloads, I'm eyeing Romhustler to be my new primary source, simply because their rom lists seem more well orgenized than Emuparadise's. It will explain a lot of the questions you may have. Can verify they're good as of 2-3 days ago. I always am looking for romsets that are meant to have only a single rom for each game, rather than a lot of different versions of it, but never am able to find them. It is up to you to get them or not. For example I sometimes download a that doesn't work correctly graphic errors and then I download the with the same name on another site and it works. Seems to work well, and is an interesting piece of Sega history.
From the list of regions, you will check off the regions that you are interested in. · Atari 5200 — 107 — Takes a few extra steps to get going, but not bad, seems to work well once the game loads. · Famicom Family Computer — 1,054 — Everything works well. Games marked with Proto there are 12 are meant to be what you would call Alpha release. Can we assume that all the files of the download work correctly? We know everyone has them, but let's keep these out of this sub.
· WonderSwan — 110 — Everything works well. Have fun and leave good comments or post good experiences. I finally managed to make this for myself and thought of sharing it, for people like me. Select to add coins, and Start to start the game · Neo Geo — 150 — Everything works well. Even if all roms are meant to be clean working roms, there are some rare exceptions. It may take a little trial and error, but bottom line is when your download opens for approval, if the file is only a few kb, then you did it wrong, and are about to download a file torrent program that does contain adware. Multi-Game Carts contain games from the main pack, so that means they are not needed per se.
It seems as though Mother 1+2 are absent from this collection. FrontEnd Finally I want to suggest LaunchBox. There is a folder of Unlicensed, Betas, and Alternate games here as well. Before anything and everything; Realize that my connection is slow, so until one of the community people on here that help gets the pack, the download will be slow. I use a keyboard and mouse for these. My target is to keep a single game out of all the different releases, meaning that there should be only a single rom for each game. · Neo Geo Pocket Color — 173 — Everything works well.
How did you get and assemble this collection, as the No-Intro team directly stated themselves that they did not support downloading roms? · WonderSwan Color — 92 — Everything works well. No-Intro has a number of people updating it, are updated quite frequently between all the different sets, basically daily if not more often , and strive to have only the best, most cartridge-accurate dump of a given game. · Atari 7800 — 114 — Everything works well. · Oric — 535 — Works well enough, some bad apples here and there but overall not bad. Uses Final Burn Alpha emulator. I've used this websites hosted No-Intro rom sets for all of my Krikzz flashcarts, and they've been nothing short of perfect- enjoy! In fact, for some, RomCenter is preferred over ClrMamePro.
Most of the updates are minor naming corrections at this point. Honestly I never used them, but I just thought to add them, for people that might want to try them out. Same as the Master System, same file layout. However what it has in groove, it lacks in originality. I might be wrong and one or two might have games that are not in the main pack, but there are 62 roms in the pack and honestly I did not check ever single one. They will generally work the same as the above consoles.
Emulator of a computer so a keyboard and mouse are needed. There is also a folder of random game types, these are not included in the game count. This was tricky to get working, but it works as well as it can. Games marked with b there are none in the main pack are meant to be bad dumps, but the reason they are in there, it is because there are no good dumps of them, and I keep them in my list to see if working roms of them will appear. Same layout as most of the Nintendo consoles. The txt and rtf obviously can be read by the default Windows document readers, Notepad and Wordpad.
There is a main folder with the bulk of the games. · Atari Lynx — 358 — Everything works well. I'm not sure why this would be. However, for me, I had issues with RomCenter working correctly, especially around region ranking and creating a set where only a single region is selected. That is a huge difference, and it helps to start with a smaller subset, since we are not interested in hacked versions of games.