> I can see he does a Patreon thing, but that's just to get latest version 2 weeks
> early, so it's not essential to pay.
> Curious to know how Lindbergh emulation works though. Linux emulator in Windows?
right, but when you're basically teasing people with the latest games, and asking them to pay to get access to the build that runs them it becomes a nice little money maker.
makes you realise how lucky you've been to have MAME, or at least it should. latest code is always there for everybody.
everybody new to emulation instead is just out to see what money they can make out of something instead these days... really sad.