ALTERNATIVE HANDHELD EMULATION

Console Nokia N-Gage & Symbian 60 Phones

Name

EEMAME

Author

Steffan Uffberg

Description

EEMame is a port of Mame to Symbian devices by Peter van Sebille. Staffan Ulfberg made some changes to EMame so that it runs on Sybian Series 60 devices as well. There are no game roms supplied with EMame. You have to obtain them elsewhere and put them in a folder called "EMameRoms" in the root of your C or E drive. See Staffan's home page for more information about EMame.

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Information

Known problems
If a game crashes, starting the game (or any other game) again always fails. If this happens, you have to restart EMame to start a game again.
The in-game configuration menu cannot be used to configure keys. It turns out that the clock() function does not work on Symbian. (Could easily be fixed.)
In the list of games, there's supposed to be a find box for faster access to games. For some reason I just can't get the find box to appear. (If someone wants to help with this, look at the resource file (emame.rss), or in Dialogs.cpp.)
Pressing the menu button to go back to the Series 60 shell should pause the game. This works sometimes, but not always. (When it doesn't, the game keeps drawing its output so that it's almost impossible to use the phone. The OS shuts the app down in a while.) Also, resuming the game after this never works.


Installing game roms
There are no game roms supplied with EMame. You have to obtain them elsewhere and put them in a folder called "EMameRoms" in the root of your C or E drive.
Working games
In theory, EMame supports around 1000 games. That is, it was copiled with support for over 1000 games. Unfortunately, a lot of these do not work very well: for example, they may run too slow or need an analog joystick or a paddle to be playable. Of course, there may also be bugs in EMame that make the game crash... The following is a list of some games that have been tested to run on EMame for the Series 60.
1942 (set 1)
1943 - Kai - slow
1943 - The Battle of Midway - slow
allien invasion part 2
alley master
alli baba and the 40 thiefs
alpine sky
ambush
amidar
amigo
anteatak
ark area
arkanoid
armored cor
astro blaster
astro fighter
azurien attack
baluba - louk
battle of atlantis
block
bank panic
baseball the season II
beastie feastie
berzerk
bio attack
black hole
the big pro wresting
blue print
blue shark
bogey manor
Bomb Jack (set 1)
boot hill
brain
bump n jump
burger time
burnin ruber
cachat
calipso
canyon bomber
carnival
Centipede
cerberus
challenger
champion baseball
changes
checkman
checkmate
cheeky mouse
choplifter (very slow)
circus
clowns
Commando (World)
comotion
Congo Bongo - a bit slow, no sound
cook race
cop 01
cops n robbers
cosmic alien
cosmic avenger
cosmic monsters
crash
crazy ballons
crazy blocks
crazy climber
crazy kong
d-day
danger zone
dark planet
depthcharge
desert gun
devil fish
devil zone
DigDug - very slow
digger
disco n1
Do! Run Run (set 1) - a bit slow
dog fight
dog patch
dominos
double play
dream shooper
Donkey Kong Junior (US)
elevator action
espial
exciting soccer
Exed Eyes - slow
exodus
extermination
extra inings
eyes
fantasy
fast freddie
fax
Frogger
Funky Fish - no sound
future spy
Galaga (Namco) - slow
Galaxian (Namco)
Goindol
Green Beret
Gyruss (Konami)
Jungle King (Japan)
Mr Do!
mr do´s wild race
Pac-Man (Midway) - and all other Pac-Man versions I've tried
Ping Pong
Piranha
River Patrol
Rush'n Attack
senjo no ookami (commando)
Solomon's Key (Japan)
Space Invaders - very slow
Super Cobra
super earth invasion
Time Pilot
Vastar (set 1)
Xevious (Namco) - very slow
Zaxxon (set 1)



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