> How did we all get to Mameworld? I found mame from a tron web site way back in 97. It > had a link to a site called arcade at home. Yes kids 97. Mame was cool and you could > download all those rfiles at once. Lots of boring stuff in between arcade at > home...... and mame dot net shutting down and you peeps have got my sorry ass since. > > .
I found out about emulation back in mid to late 1997. A friend and I were looking for an old game "Rip Off" and came across the Cinematronics emulator. After this I kept looking for more games and eventually found Atmospherical Heights, Dave's Video Game Classics, JoseQ's Emu Views, mame.dk, Retrogames, MonroeWorld and even that Tim Eckel A@H website plus a lot of others throughout the years.
But I mostly was a lurker until I entered a contest here for an X-Arcade and won. Been around as a non lurker ever since.