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Numerology information Mame:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Definition funny of Mame:
MAME stands for Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator. When used in conjunction with an arcade game's data files (ROMs), MAME will more or less faithfully reproduce that game on a PC. MAME can currently emulate over 3000 unique (and over 5400 in total) classic arcade video games from the three decades of video games - '70s, '80s and '90s, and even some from the current millennium.
MAME's purpose is to preserve these decades of video-game history.
A emulator made to recreate the experience of arcade games in software,with the intent to preserving old games from being forgotten.The name stands for: Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator.MAME was created by Nicola Salmoria on February 5,1997.To play the games on MAME on a PC or Mac you have to get a set of files called ROM files.Most people hide the Windows operating system when its in a arcade cabinet.People either make their own cabinet or buy a second hand one to run MAME on.Owning MAME is legal in most countries,but not to be sold or distributed.
"I'm running MAME on my custom built arcade." "The Punisher is a great 2 player co-op game on MAME." "MAME is one of the greatest emulators made for older games."
A term used to describe how retarded you are.
"Dude, stop being mame and take out the trash" "Stop pissing me off mame!"
Software that emulates (mimics the behavior of) many arcade systems, though with a massive overhead. In plain English, if you have a copy of an arcade game, you can (theoretically) play it in your PC using MAME. Arcade games are usually stored in ROM chips, so such a copy is called a ROM image or simply "rom". New arcade systems use harddisks, so in that case you have a copy of the harddisk, usually called a "chd" file. Mimicing the behavior of an arcade system is done by translating the instructions from the "machine language" of the arcade system to the "machine language" your PC uses. The only catch is that, as mentioned, MAME has huge overhead and thus is slow. Even if the original arcade system run at a measly 30Mhz, your 2-3GHz CPU may struggle to cope. MAME developers claim that such overhead is neccessary to make the result as faithfull to the original as possible, but truth is, MAME could be faster without losing any accuracy, for example skipping step-by-step emulation when not neccessary. But since the stated goal of the MAME project is to preserve the arcade legacy for future generations and not make arcade games playable right now, theoretically the project has achieved it's goal. On a practical level, 2D games will run fine, but for 3D games (even early ones), you 'd better look elsewhere, such as Nebula, Kawaks, Calice, Zinc, FinalBurn Alpha, VivaNonno, Raine and other fast emulators. One more detail: Use MAMEUI for Windows, and SDLMAME for OS X.
Songs about Mame:
Mame by Mame Soundtrack - Robert Preston & Chorus from the Album Mame O.S.T. (US Release)
We Need a Little Christmas (From "Mame") [Karaoke] by Paxus Productions from the Album Paxtrax Professional Backing Tracks: Christmas Songs
If He Walked Into My Life (Karaoke Version) (Originally Performed By Mame) by Karaoke Legends from the Album Karaoke Party, Vol. 16 (Karaoke Version)
Mame: We Need a Little Christmas (Lansbury, Michaels, Connell, Shimono) (Voice) by Angela Lansbury from the Album Mame
Mame: Gooch's Song (Connell) (Voice) by Angela Lansbury from the Album Mame
Mame: St. Bridget (Connell, Michaels) (Voice) by Angela Lansbury from the Album Mame
We Need a Little Christmas (Karaoke Instrumental Track) [In the Style of Mame and Angela Lansbury] by ProSound Karaoke Band from the Album All I Want for Christmas Is You: Karaoke Christmas Music Party, Santa Claus Is Coming to Town, Mistletoe, Santa Baby & More!
Books about Mame:
Mame-loshn (Yiddish Edition) by Nahum Stutchkoff (Feb 22, 2014)
Auntie Mame: An Irreverent Escapade by Patrick Dennis (Sep 11, 2001)
Around the World With Auntie Mame by Patrick Dennis (Sep 16, 2003)
Auntie Mame - Acting Edition by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee (Jan 1, 1964)
Uncle Mame: The Life Of Patrick Dennis by Eric Myers, Virginia Rowans and Edward Everett Tanner III (Dec 24, 2001)
The No Bull MAME Arcade Builder's Guide -or- How to Build Your MAME Compatible Home Video Arcade Cabinet Project... by Adam Aarons (Nov 1, 2010)
Vocal Selections from Mame by Jerry Herman (Feb 1, 1982)
Movies about Mame:
Auntie Mame 2008 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 24 mins Starring: Rosalind Russell, Forrest Tucker, et al. Directed by: Morton Dacosta
Mame 2009 PG CC - Runtime: 2 hrs 12 mins Starring: Lucille Ball, Beatrice Arthur, et al. Directed by: Gene Saks
Auntie Mame 2002 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 23 mins Starring: Rosalind Russell, Forrest Tucker, et al. Directed by: Morton Dacosta
Mame 2007 PG - Runtime: 2 hrs 11 mins Starring: Lucille Ball, Beatrice Arthur, et al. Directed by: Gene Saks
Auntie Mame DVD & Thoroughly Modern Millie DVD 2-pack Classic Musicals - Starring: Patric Knowles Coral Browne Directed by: Morton DaCosta
Lucille Ball Film Collection 2007 PG - Runtime: 8 hrs 29 mins Starring: Lucille Ball, Red Skelton, Gene Kelly, et al.
MAME - laserdisc -
Wiki information Mame:
MAME is an emulator application designed to recreate the hardware of arcade game systems in software on modern personal computers and other platforms. The intention is to preserve gaming history by preventing vintage games from being lost or...
Mame is a musical with the book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert Edwin Lee and music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Originally titled My Best Girl, it is based on the 1955 novel Auntie Mame by Patrick Dennis and a 1956 Broadway play, by Lawrence and Lee,...