I tried your games in "VICE standalone" and couldn't directly play them.
I think more people will have the same problem if they try.
I made a small animation for the most important settings you have to do.
( Menu = F12 )
@kchavpro This is a pretty easy fix. You aren't seeing 2010 because it is optional and you have to install it.
Hit start on your controller and select "Quit", then "Quit Emulationstation" and it will put you into command line. Type the following spaces and caps exactly as shown:
That will bring you into the back end menu. You can also do this through the graphical menu by going to Retropie and then choosing the "Retropie Setup" option in the menu but I don't recommend it.
I recommend getting used to doing it through the command line to get comfortable with it. As you get better with this you may want to change other things and certain changes require you quit Emulationstation in order for the changes to commit, so it's best to practice.
Hit "Manage Packages" then "Manage Optional Packages". Scroll down until you see "lr-mame2010" and hit enter or A on you controller. I think it's line 239. You can install either via source or binary, but know that source will take a lot longer, so be patient.
Once the install is done, back out of the menus (escape key) until you get to one with an option to reboot. Hit reboot and wait for it to restart. If you back out too far and end up back in the command line, don't worry. Just type "emulationstation" and hit enter. It will restart the graphical interface.
Now when you go to configure a machine in MAME, 2010 should be in your list of options.
Ok, here is my long shot hoping that someone remembers...
8-bit era or older game (though there is a slim chance it could have been an Amiga game)
Driving or other type of car/vehicle game
*Every once in a while a vehicle would get in your way, and when this vehicle spawned the tune for "See the USA in your Chevrolet" would play.
I hear that sound in my head all the time and I just can't figure out where the hell it came from. I know it was a game I played a lot, but my collection was so vast back then that I just can't remember where it might be from.
@folly I'm still working silly hours so I haven't had any time to tinker, but I saw that you managed to crack the Acorn Electron!
I wanted to look at how to play Metal gear 1 and 2 on lr-bluemsx to use Retroachievements. The games run fine through rom files but the saving function doesn't work as you need a separate cassette which the emulator doesn't seem to emulate.
I hope you enjoy the work and earn a lot of money with these many hours of work.
Indeed that Acorn stuff works really great, you should try it out.
I also added the same disc autoboot in the xbeeb and xmaster now (bbcmicro).
I think .cas files should work on lr-bluemsx.
I can have a look at that, perhaps I can figure it out.
Not knowing much about Retroachievements have a look at that too.
Has anyone succeeded at running any games at 2x resolution at a reasonable speed? Even on an overclocked Pi4 doesn't seem up to this. This is certainly an emulator that will grow in usefulness as the capability of Raspberry Pis increase although I think I will probably stick with PCSX Rearmed in the short term.
I have been running a few games (spyro, ff1/2, crash bandicoot, ONE) at 4x res, with 32x msaa at over full speed (Vulkan hardware rendering). My pi4 is overclocked, but pretty much stock RetroPie.
even if you manually installed latest mesa (vulkan is not included in the version used by current raspberry pi OS), there is no HLE n64 emulator that uses vulkan (ie, GLideN64 does not support vulkan), and the LLE video plugin that does support it (parallel-rdp) needs more than vulkan 1.0 anyway, and is likely very beyond the pi 4's gpu, vulkan or not.
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Who here would be excited to emulate 3DS? I think we probably would have enough power to do so with overclock. I’m basing my assumption on the fact we can run some GameCube games at full speed with overclock on 64 bit