> Arcade PC Emulator, Android Emulator and Linux Emulator by MAME Dev team. All clean > and no hacks included.
If someone dumps them "clean and no hacks included" they will be in MAME just like any other machine once submitted.
Of course, emulating a modern CPU in the gigahertz range plus the accompanying 3D video and sound chipsets etc. will be out of the question unless some form of acceleration can happen, as no-one wants to sit for half an hour staring at the POST only to watch the machine fail and crash later on because something else hasn't been hooked up or even emulated yet. Multiply that half an hour by several hundred or thousand attempts at getting the thing just to boot to graphics long enough so the next device can be hooked up, all while the emulation runs slower and slower after every new device has been added and emulated.
I dread to think of emulating anything from the likes of Nvidia, given all the trouble (and years) the Linux groups have had just getting their own reverse engineered video drivers running on real hardware.