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Sunday, May 07, 2006

Let's Do This Thang

Blog created. Hopefully this will allow me to chronicle this whole MAME experience properly. Otherwise, I shall have to destroy all that is good in the world. That, and learn HTML again. Screw that.

Here's a link that will help you figure out what in blazes I am talking about here.

Pictures of other MAME Cabinets

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do I get to play with this thing when it's finished?

Sarah

9:19 AM  
Blogger Neil said...

Maybe, if you beg me with all your heart and soul.

1:28 PM  
Blogger Jonathan Zinck said...

Hello, Neil! I am more excited that you have chosen to put a webpage up again than your little arcade project.

I will be home in Nova Scotia on July 8 for about 2 weeks. Make peace with whatever foul being you call God! %)

2:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Neil, I built myself an arcade cabinet that, thanks to MAME, houses 5000 arcade caliber games (i'm proud to say I've set the 'roach' cabinet Pac-man hi-score of 161000 just today). I have quite extensive knowledge of building these things so if you have any questions/thoughts about your implementation don't hesitate to throw me a line. FYI, I heard about your project via C. Mclaren so I'm not insane. If you want to see what I've done you can take a look at micheldesroches.com

Would like to hear from you cause I'm a Mame geek.

Roach.

4:28 AM  
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8:33 AM  
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