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So I understand the emulators for the easy systems (master system, nes, snes, etc) however when it comes to Mame, i'm completely lost. I get the parent + child relationship with most roms and found a very helpful.txt file that outlines it. My most important question, how do you know which rom set you have.I'm currently staring at a folder with almost 3k+ roms.but have no clue which emulator to use - FBA? My Name Is Mangatayaru Serial Last Episode. Is there a tool that can look at a.zip file and see which that i'm dealing with so i know which folder to place them in? As of now, it's been a ton of trial error ( put game in a folder, oops - fade to black when started - place in a different folder/emulator ).
Get's tiresome:( Most of the files I've seen all share the same name - ie: avpa.zip but no way to know which rom set it belongs to. Bonus Question When you start a game and it kicks you back to the game-select menu - does this mean it's the wrong rom set? Using the standard MAME folder in retropie, i got 8-10 games working but for instance - Simpsons doesn't work. I got them all from the same 'set'. Should I just kick simpsons to different mame folders until 1 works?
You forgot to tell us which Raspberry Pi you have. I'm going to assume it's a Pi 3.
I just use FBA (the default libretro version). It has a wide selection of games and better performances than most MAME variants (only the 2 mame4all variants are overall faster in my experience, but they support fewer games).
The 'problem' with FBA is that it still gets updated, and so you need to keep your ROMs updated too. Otherwise, when updating RetroPie and FBA along with it, some of your games might stop working.
To manage your ROMs, I suggest you use and create your game database using. If you want to use MAME instead of FBA, then it's the same except you have to use. Or you could just get the full set for, since I think most (all?) MAME versions shipped with RetroPie have a fixed romset, unlike FBA. Puffy Amiyumi Puffy Raritan. When you start a game and it kicks you back to the game-select menu - does this mean it's the wrong rom set?
Often, yes, but not necessarily. For example, if FBA lists a game but doesn't support it yet, it may do that too. If it's not cps1,2,3,neogeo, there's going to be a ton of trial and errors to see what runs correctly in fba. Luckily, most of those unplayable games are playable in mame 2003 or 2010. Examples (on my pi2): tmnt1-2 run slow on fba, so I use fba2012. Shinobi, eswat and other system16 games have accurate audio emulation on 2010. Ninja warriors, cadash, irem games, etc, are playable on 2003.