> Definitely. Groovy tracks current MAME, while AdvanceMAME is stuck in 2005 forever. Groovy also has more advanced (heh) monitor tweak features.
You're missing that the person mentioned freedos and arcadeos, suggesting they have an old-ass machine. AdvMAME .106 is '06, and their machine may not handle that given the above.
As for more advanced, I'd say no. AdvanceMAME has auto syncing based on a simple clock line, and real-time mode changing. GroovyMAME don't neither of 'em. It didn't easily handle my Billabs digital multisync, which was the most capable arcade multisync made - comparable to if not besting the top line NEC/Mitsubishi dm presentation monitors - whereas AdvanceMAME has provided.
But for those wanting to keep current, I think baseline is capable enough for native display.
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