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-## Introduction+====== Easy & Advanced Arcade ====== 
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 +===== Introduction ===== 
  
 This page is dedicated to beginners for helping them to easily play arcade games on Batocera. This page is dedicated to beginners for helping them to easily play arcade games on Batocera.
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 That's why MAME has been invented: MAME is kind of a meta-emulator, it brings all the different emulated hardwares of arcade machines into one system, making it simpler for the user to play arcade games without any knowledge of the underlying arcade machine on which the games are launched. It is no small feat and this is why MAME is so complicated to use. That's why MAME has been invented: MAME is kind of a meta-emulator, it brings all the different emulated hardwares of arcade machines into one system, making it simpler for the user to play arcade games without any knowledge of the underlying arcade machine on which the games are launched. It is no small feat and this is why MAME is so complicated to use.
  
-## General MAME Principles+MAME is a fantastic piece of software, that evolved from being a **M**ulti **A**rcade **M**achine **E**mulator into a [[https://www.mamedev.org/|framework whose goal is to emulate as many vintage computer systems as possible]]. 
  
-There are only two main principles to know to get good grasp of how to use MAME on your recalbox: Romsets and BIOS/driver files+MAME's focus is emulation accuracy, rather than performance. As result, it emulates **a lot** of gaming systems, but often times, the performance is better when you use other cores, like FBNeo or dedicated Naomi or Atomiswave emulators.
  
-### Romsets+===== General MAME principles =====  
  
-A romset is a set of all the different game roms emulated by a MAME version.  +There are only two main principles to know to get a good grasp of how to use MAME on your Batocera system: Romsets and BIOS/driver files 
 +\\  
 +\\  
 +=== What is a romset === 
 + 
 +A romset is a set of all the different game roms emulated by a MAME version.\\   
 A romset contains parent game roms wich are roms corresponding to the 'main' version of a game and clone game roms which are 'alternative' versions of a parent rom. As you can guess, in most cases we will discard all clone roms and only used the main (or parent) ones. A romset contains parent game roms wich are roms corresponding to the 'main' version of a game and clone game roms which are 'alternative' versions of a parent rom. As you can guess, in most cases we will discard all clone roms and only used the main (or parent) ones.
  
 Most of the code used to make those game roms playable is included in the MAME emulator. Sadly this means that there is a strong and close relationship between a MAME version and the game roms versions : When MAME releases a new version, game roms may need to be updated to fit to the new emulator version. Most of the code used to make those game roms playable is included in the MAME emulator. Sadly this means that there is a strong and close relationship between a MAME version and the game roms versions : When MAME releases a new version, game roms may need to be updated to fit to the new emulator version.
  
-To keep it simple: if you use a certain MAME emulator, say version 0.78, you also have to get your hands on and use the 0.78 version of the romset. Some games from another romset may work with your version but **the only way to be sure that the most games are working is to use only a MAME version in conjunction with the romset of the same version**.+To keep it simple: if you use a certain MAME emulator, say version 0.78, you also have to get your hands on and use the 0.78 version of the romset.\\  
 +Some games from another romset may work with your version but **the only way to be sure that the most games are working is to use only a MAME version in conjunction with the romset of the same version**.
  
----+For recent versions (such as the one used by FBNeo, see below) there are less and less modifications of game roms, so it is sometime possible to use an older set and still have most of the games playable, but once again : **the only way to be sure that the most games are working is to use only a MAME version in conjunction with the romset of the same version**. 
 + 
 +This is because with each new versions, MAME can take new ROM dumps as their reference for emulators. A ROM dump that worked with an earlier version of MAME might not work with a recent version any longer. \\  
 +So each version of MAME has its specific romset, see the table in Advanced section for a full list. 
 + 
 +\\  
 +=== Types of romsets ===
  
 In addition to having a version number, romsets can be found in three different flavours : In addition to having a version number, romsets can be found in three different flavours :
  
-* **Non-merged**: All ROMs can be used standalone because each zip contains all the files needed to run that game, including any files from 'parent ROMs'. This is the recommended format. +  * **Non-merged**: All ROMs can be used standalone because each zip contains all the files needed to run that game, including any files from 'parent ROMs'. This is the recommended format.\\  
-* **Split**: Some ROMS that are considered clones, translations, or bootlegs also require a "parent ROM" to run. The parent ROM is often the first or most common variant of a game. In some cases the parent is not the most popular or best working version of the game, however. For example, in a Split set pacman.zip (a clone), will not work without puckman.zip (its parent). +  * **Split**: Some ROMS that are considered clones, translations, or bootlegs also require a "parent ROM" to run. The parent ROM is often the first or most common variant of a game. In some cases the parent is not the most popular or best working version of the game, however. For example, in a Split set pacman.zip (a clone), will not work without puckman.zip (its parent).\\  
-* **Merged**: Clones are merged into the parent ROM zip, meaning that more than one game is stored per file. Merged ROM sets are not recommended.+  * **Merged**: Clones are merged into the parent ROM zip, meaning that more than one game is stored per file. Merged ROM sets are not recommended.
  
 **For Batocera the recommanded type of romset is the non-merged version** **For Batocera the recommanded type of romset is the non-merged version**
 +\\ 
 +\\ 
 +=== BIOS / Drivers ===
  
----+Some of the game roms from a romset may additionaly need BIOS files, the most well known case beeing neogeo games.\\  
 +Let's use that as an example : If you want to use neogeo games, you'll have to copy the needed bios/driver file (in that case _neogeo.zip_) in the same folder as the game.\\  
 +That's all !
  
-For recent versions (such as the one used by fbneo, see belowthere are less and less modifications of game romsso it is sometime possible to use an older set and still have most of the games playable.+Off course if you use different subfolders for your games (genre subfolders or hardware type subfolders for instanceyou'll have to copy the BIOS file in every folder containing games which may need it.\\  
 +**Given that they are pretty small files, it's better to copy them all in each of your subfolders**.
  
- +Where do i find the BIOS files do you say ? Well it's very simple : they are included in your romset !\\ 
-### BIOS / Drivers +
-Some of the game roms from a romset may additionaly need BIOS files, the most well known case beeing neogeo games. Let's use that as an example :   +
-If you want to use neogeo games, you'll have to copy the needed bios/driver file (in that case _neogeo.zip_) in the same folder as the game. That's all ! +
- +
-Off course if you use different subfolders for your games (genre subfolders or hardware type subfolders for instance) you'll have to copy the BIOS file in every folder containing games which may need it. **Given that they are pretty small sized, it's better to copy them all in each of your subfolders**. +
- +
-Where do i find the BIOS files do you say ? Well it's very simple : they are included in your romset !+
 So if a game doesn't launch and goes back right away to the Emulation Station screen, just try to find the relevant BIOS file and copy it in the game folder. So if a game doesn't launch and goes back right away to the Emulation Station screen, just try to find the relevant BIOS file and copy it in the game folder.
 +\\ 
 +\\ 
  
-## Arcade Emulation on Batocera+===== Arcade Emulation on Batocera ===== 
 +\\  
 +=== Default emulators === 
 +There are several arcade emulators included in Batocera, but just using the default one will be enough for running the majority of games on your Raspberry Pi. 
 +For pi3, those two systems are :
  
-As this page's 'Arcade Emulators' section explainsit, there are several arcade emulators included in Batocera.   +  * Mame 2003Plus 
-Just using two of them will be enough for running the majority of games on your Raspberry Pi.+    * __mame/romset version :__ 0.78Plus 
 +    * __roms folder :__ mame
  
-Those two systems are :+  * FBNeo 
 +    * FBNeo is kind of an alternative version of MAME (emulating less arcade machines), but it follows exactly the same principles which I just explained 
 +    * __FBNeo romset version :__ FBNeo 1.0.0.0 this corresponds to MAME 0.187 more or less but not entirely, once again it's better to use the FBNeo 1.0.0.0 romset  
 +    * __roms folder :__ fbneo
  
-Mame +Now some games will only work on Batocera with Mame and some others only with FBNeo.
-  * _mame/romset version :_ 0.78 +
-  * _roms folder :_ mame+
  
-* FBNeo +For PC, the default emulator is regular latest stable mame, available at the time of release
-  * FBNeois kind of an alternative version of MAME (emulating less arcade machines)but it follows exactly the same principles which I just explained +
-  * FBNeoversion :_ FBNeo0.2.97.44 this corresponds to MAME 0.187 +
-  * _roms folder :_ fbneo+
  
-Now some games will only work on Btocera with Mame and some others only with FBNeo.+^ Batocera version  ^ Latest MAME core  ^ RetroArch version 
 +| Batocera 29       | MAME 0.225        | RetroArch 1.9.0    | 
 +| Batocera 5.27     | MAME 0.223        | RetroArch 1.9.0    | 
 +| Batocera 5.26     | MAME 0.220        | RetroArch 1.8.6    | 
 +| Batocera 5.25     | MAME 0.219        | RetroArch 1.8.4    | 
 +| Batocera 5.24     | MAME 0.214        | RetroArch 1.7.9.2 
 +| Batocera 5.23     | MAME 0.212        | RetroArch 1.7.7    | 
 +| Batocera 5.22     | MAME 0.212        | RetroArch 1.7.7    | 
 +| Batocera 5.21     | MAME 0.206        | RetroArch 1.7.6    | 
 +\\ 
  
-As a guideline, please use the [BestArcade4Recalbox](https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1F5tBguhRxpj1AQcnDWF6AVSx4av_Gm3cDQedQB7IECk/edit?usp=sharing) document to get the correct emulator to use for each game+For further details on all the different arcade emulators in Batocera, see the list in Advanced section
  
-## Let's configure arcade emulation on Batocera !+\\  
 +=== Use arcade emulation on Batocera ! ===
  
-First download the full romsets for both emulators : romset 0.78 for Mame and latest romset 0.2.97.44 for FBNeo.  +First download the full romsets for both emulators : romset 0.78 for Mame and latest romset 1.0.0.for FBNeo.  
- +\\  
-You may rather download each game one by one because full romsets are quite large, but it's usually not easy to find individual roms and to be sure that they are in the right version.+You may rather download each game one by one because full romsets are quite large, but it's usually very difficult to find individual roms and to be sure that they are in the right version.
 Full Romsets are the only way to avoid headaches ! Full Romsets are the only way to avoid headaches !
 +\\
 +**The romset files must be in ''zip'' format, ''7z'' is not supported and in the next section, when you are told to copy your bios or roms, you must copy the zip files without decompressing them, otherwise, it will not work.**
 +\\ 
 +\\ 
 +=== Copy your Bios/drivers ===
  
-You're now just a few steps away from playing some awesome arcade games on Batocera. +First we are going to copy BIOS/drivers files from our romsets. Contrary to other systems, these files must not be copied into the bios folder but inside the dedicated roms folder. 
- +\\   
-### Copy of Bios/drivers +  * Get these BIOS/Drivers files from your MAME 0.78 romset and copy them into the mame roms folder: ''acpsx.zip''''cpzn1.zip''''cpzn2.zip''''cvs.zip''''decocass.zip''''konamigx.zip''''megaplay.zip'',''megatech.zip''''neogeo.zip''''nss.zip''''pgm.zip''''playch10.zip''''skns.zip''''stvbios.zip''''taitofx1.zip''''tps.zip''
- +
-First we are going to copy BIOS/drivers files from our romsets. Contraty to other systems, these files must not be copied into the bios folder but inside the dedicated roms folder. +
-  +
-* Get these BIOS/Drivers files from your MAME 0.78 romset and copy them into the mame roms folder: +
-_acpsx.zip, cpzn1.zip, cpzn2.zip, cvs.zip, decocass.zip, konamigx.zip, megaplay.zip, megatech.zip, neogeo.zip, nss.zip, pgm.zip, playch10.zip, skns.zip, stvbios.zip, taitofx1.zip, tps.zip_ +
- +
-* Copy these BIOS/Drivers files from your FBNeo (0.2.97.44) romset and copy them into the fbneo roms folder, I only needed three of them: neogeo.zip, pgm.zip and skns.zip +
- +
- +
-### Copy games +
- +
-* Now check the [BestArcade4Recalbox](https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1F5tBguhRxpj1AQcnDWF6AVSx4av_Gm3cDQedQB7IECk/edit?usp=sharing) document and locate which system is the best for the game you want to play : +
-  * if it's in the mame tab, copy the game rom file from your complete 0.78 romset to the mame roms folders +
-  * if it's in the fbneo tab, copy the game from your complete FBA 0.2.97.44 romset (or any other close to that) into the fbneo rom folders +
-  * if it's in the 'not found or not working' tab, well guess what ? +
- +
-* PLAY ! (or not) +
  
-## Further Tricks+  * Copy these BIOS/Drivers files from your FBNeo (1.0.0.0) romset and copy them into the fbneo roms folder, I only needed three of them: ''neogeo.zip'', ''pgm.zip'' and ''skns.zip'' 
 +\\ 
  
-* If you want to hide your BIOS  files in Emulation Station, edit their metadata with the select menu +=== Copy games ===
  
-Remember, if you want to use subfolders in your roms folders, just make a copy of BIOS/drivers files into every subfolder and then move your game into the subfolder+  Copy your mame roms from the complete 0.78 romset to the mame roms folders 
 +  * Copy your FBNeo roms from the complete complete FBNeo 1.0.0.0 romset (or any other close to that) into the fbneo rom folders
  
-Read [[Advanced Arcade on Recalbox | Advanced Arcade on Recalbox (EN)]]+  PLAY ! (or not)
  
-This page is the follow-up to [[Easy Arcade on Recalbox|Easy Arcade on Recalbox (EN)]]+You can also use this list to see if a given mame works on a given emulator or not : [[https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1S5qAI-TEl7wfqg6w9VNEwKciMGUtw40n9PS4xslkG3s/edit#gid=1796045530|BestArcade]] and determine more easily which emulator is the best for the game you want to play.
  
-## BestArcade4Recalbox +\\  
 +=== Further Tricks ===
  
-You can find here list of the most important mame games and their working status on mame and fba_libretro : +  * If you want to hide your BIOS  files in Emulation Station, edit their metadata with the select menu, add tag ''<hidden>true</hidden>'' to your game 
-[BestArcade4Recalbox](https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1F5tBguhRxpj1AQcnDWF6AVSx4av_Gm3cDQedQB7IECk/edit#gid=131171669&vpid=A179)+  * Remember, if you want to use subfolders in your roms folders, just make a copy of BIOS/drivers files into every subfolder and then move your game into the subfolder 
 +\\ 
  
-## ClrMamePro+===== Advanced Arcade Emulation on Batocera =====
  
-In order to verify the roms your have, you can use clrmameproand use the [[clrmamepro tutorial|Check-your-roms-version-with-clrmamepro-(EN)]]+=== Changing the arcade emulator on Batocera === 
 +There are two ways to change the emulator for a system on Batocera : either through EmulationStation or by editing directly your configuration file located in ''/userdata/system/batocera.conf''
 +For arcade emulation, you can change the emulator used for system ''mame'' or for ''neogeo''but not for ''fbneo'' 
 +The emulator you chose will then be used for all games of the system 
 +\\  
 +\\ 
  
-## All the arcade systems on the Recalbox+== Editing batocera.conf == 
 +If you want to change your mame core you need to either modify or add the values for those two lines in ''batocera.conf'':\\  
 +''mame.core=mame0139\\  
 +mame.emulator=libretro'' 
 +\\  
 +== Changing the emulator through EmulationStation == 
 +Press Start in your controller, then go in the //Games Settings// menu, then choose //Per System Advanced Configuration// \\  
 +{{::arcade-games.png?direct&200|}} \\  
 +Then seek the mame or neogeo system : \\  
 +{{:arcade-mame.png?direct&200|}} \\  
 +And you will see the list of emulators you can choose from : \\  
 +{{:arcade-emulator.png?direct&200|}} 
 +\\  
 +\\  
 +=== All the arcade emulators on Batocera ===
  
-> You have now access to up to 4 systems in last version of Recalbox (mame, imame4all, piFbafba libretro) and one "fake" system NeogeoYou can chose the core you want to use in [recalbox.conf](https://github.com/recalbox/recalbox-os/wiki/recalbox.conf-%28EN%29)+^Arcade emulator   ^Alternative name   ^Romset   ^Roms folder   ^Default on hardware   ^Purpose   ^Extras   ^Notes^  
 +|libretro/mame | Mame | Latest | mame | PC | All arcade hardware | highscores, samples, overlays | Batocera for PC is shipped with the latest stable MAME version available at the time of releasesee table up there| 
 +|libretro/imame4all | iMame4All | 0.37b5 | mame | Pi0 | All arcade hardware | highscoressamplesoverlays | Very old version, good for lower devices like pi0, but not many games supported | 
 +|libretro/mame0139 | Mame2010 | 0.139| mame | PC | All arcade hardware | highscores, samples, overlays | Good core for medium powerfull boards like Pi3 | 
 +|libretro/mame078plus | Mame2003Plus | 0.78+| mame | PC | All arcade hardware | highscores, samples, overlays | Good port for less powerfull boards with back porting of more recent developments\\ Romset is a bit specific, it s not the same as standard 0.78| 
 +|libretro/fbneo | Final Burn Neo | 1.0.0.0| fbneo | All | All 2D arcade hardware | highscores  | 1.0.0.0 romset is always evolving, it is mostly base on mame 0.187 romset, but some roms are different | 
 +|libretro/neogeo | Neo Geo | 1.0.0.0| fbneo | All | All 2D arcade hardware | highscores  | can also  set to use mame emulators, but fbneo is the recommanded way to go | 
 +|libretro/flycast | Flycast | Latest | atomiswave| All | Atomiswave arcade hardware | | [[http://www.progettoemma.net/gioco.php?game=awbios|AtomisWave]] roms can be picked from the latest mame romset| 
 +|libretro/flycast | Flycast| Latest | naomi | All | Naomi arcade hardware |  | [[http://www.progettoemma.net/gioco.php?game=naomi|Naomi]] roms and CHD can be picked from the latest mame romset| 
 +|Hypseus | Daphne| Specific | daphne | All | Daphne arcade hardware | | Emulator for laserdisc arcade games like Dragon's Lair, uses a very specific non-mame based romset |
  
-#### piFBA +\\  
-_Recalbox (all versions)_ +\\  
-* piFBA is the most optimized FBA emulator on Recalbox but has a far less better compatibility list than fba_libretro. Use only if you own a pi0/1 or if a specific game has performance issues on fba_libretro  +=== ClrMamePro ===
-* It uses the FBA romset version : **FBA 0.2.96.71** which is based on MAME 0.114 (April 2007) +
- * Size : 3.62GB +
- * Romsets emulated : 684 (no clones in this) +
-* _roms folder :_ fba +
-*    You can find the list of compatible games in your recalbox at [/recalbox/share/roms/fba/clrmamepro/piFBA_gamelist.txt](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/digitalLumberjack/recalbox-buildroot/recalbox/board/recalbox/share/roms/fba/clrmamepro/piFBA_gamelist.txt) +
-*    You can find the .dat file with rom checksum for clrmamepro at [/recalbox/share/roms/fba/clrmamepro/fba_029671_od_release_10_working_roms.dat](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/digitalLumberjack/recalbox-buildroot/recalbox/board/recalbox/share/roms/fba/clrmamepro/fba_029671_od_release_10_working_roms.dat)+
  
-#### imame4all +In order to verify the roms you have are in the right romset version, you can use some softwares to check your them, like ClrMamePpro or RomCenter 
-_Recalbox (all versions)_ +\\  
-* imame4all is recommended for older games that does not run in piFBA +\\  
-* It uses the mame romset version : **0.37b5** (July 2000) +=== CHD ===
- * Size : 1.86GB +
- * Romsets emulated : 2 270 (includes clones etc...) +
- * Active Sets 2241/2241 +
- * ·Parents 560/560 +
- * ·Clones 990/990 +
- * ·Others 690/690 +
- * ·BIOS: 1 +
-  Samples: 35 +
-  CHDs: 0 +
-* _roms folder:_ mame +
-* You can find the list of compatible games in your recalbox at  [/recalbox/board/recalbox/share/roms/mame/clrmamepro/imame4all_gamelist.txt](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/digitalLumberjack/recalbox-buildroot/recalbox/board/recalbox/share/roms/mame/clrmamepro/imame4all_gamelist.txt) +
-* You can find the .dat file with rom checksum for clrmamepro at [/recalbox/share/roms/mame/clrmamepro/imame4all.dat](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/digitalLumberjack/recalbox-buildroot/recalbox/board/recalbox/share/roms/mame/clrmamepro/imame4all.dat) +
-* If a game doesn't work with imame4all (MAME 0.37b5 romsets), you can try `lr-mame2003`with a MAME 0.78 ROM set+
  
-#### lr-mame2003 +Some more recent arcade games can use extra files called CHD, a copy of the harddrive the game was using at the same timeTo use CHD for a gamejust place the CHD folder alongside your rom zip, at the same level. 
-_Recalbox (since v3.3.0-beta-11)_ +\\  
-* lr-mame2003 is more recent mame emulator than imame4all. It brings new games compatibility and is only available on RPI2 +\\  
-* It uses the mame romset version : **0.78** (December 2003) +=== NeoGeo system === 
- * Romsets emulated : 4,705 +The Neogeo  system is not an emulator itself, but uses FBNeo emulator in the background.\\   
- * Active Sets 4705/4705 +You can use this system to visually separate the NeoGeo games from the other arcade games, they will appear as a dedicated system in Emulation Station 
- * ·Parents 1042/1042 +It uses off course the same romset than the FBNeo emulator. 
- * ·Clones 2039/2039 +\\  
- * ·Others 1624/1624 +\\  
- * ·BIOS: 15 +=== Setting a Rotary Joystick with mame2003plus ===
-  Samples: 56 +
-  CHDs: 56 +
-* _roms folder:_ mame +
-You can find the list of compatible games in your recalbox at (coming soon)_ +
-* You can find the .dat file with rom checksum for clrmamepro at [/recalbox/recalbox-os/master/wiki/dat/mame2003.dat](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/recalbox/recalbox-os/master/wiki/dat/mame2003.dat)+
  
-#### libretro FBA   +If you have special stick like the [[https://www.retroblast.com/reviews/joysticks/happrotary.html|Happ Rotary Arcade]] you need to configure both joystick and keyboard at same time:
-*  libretro FBA is libretro version of FBA. It brings new games compatibility and is only available on RPI2. For exemple, it'the only one can lauch capcom [CPSIII](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CP_System_III#List_of_games) games.+
  
-_Recalbox (since 6.0)+<code xml> 
-* It uses the FBA romset version *FBA 0.2.97.44* which is based on MAME 0.189 +Dial :   AZERTY keyboard: "^" (between  "P" and "Enter"-- QWERTY keyboard"[(leftbracket) 
-* You can find the changelog at [fbalpha changelog](https://www.fbalpha.com/view/240/) +Dial   AZERTY keyboard: "$" (between "P" and "Enter" -QWERTY keyboard: "](rightbracket) 
-* You can find the list of compatible games in your recalbox at [/libretro/libretro-fba/blob/master/gamelist.txt](https://gitlab.com/recalbox/recalbox/blob/master/package/recalbox-romfs/recalbox-romfs-fba_libretro/roms/fba_libretro/clrmamepro/fba_libretro_gamelist.txt+Dial 2 AZERTY keyboard: "*" (between "m" and "Enter")  -- QWERTY keyboard: "/" (slash
-* You can find the .dat file with rom checksum for clrmamepro at [/recalbox/recalbox-os/master/wiki/dat/fba_0.2.97.42.dat](https://gitlab.com/recalbox/recalbox/blob/master/package/recalbox-romfs/recalbox-romfs-fba_libretro/roms/fba_libretro/clrmamepro/FB%20Alpha%20v0.2.97.42.dat)+Dial : AZERTY keyboard: "!" (between "m" and Right)    -- QWERTY keyboard: "\" (backslash) 
 +</code>
  
 +You must launch your game, open the //Retroarch menu// [[basic_commands|with Hotkey + B]], go to **Input Interface** and activate the option **Simultaneous**.
 +Then you can use your joystick and keyboard keys at the same time.
 +\\ 
 +\\ 
 +=== Samples ===
 +Some games needs extra samples files, place them in :
 +  * For FBNeo: ''/userdata/bios/fbneo/samples''
 +  * For MAME2003plus: ''/userdata/bios/mame2003-plus/samples''
 +  * For MAME2010: ''/userdata/bios/mame2010/samples''
 +\\ 
  
-##### Neogeo system     +=== Highscores  === 
-The Neogeo  system is not an emulator itselfYou need to configure the core to use in [recalbox.conf](https://github.com/recalbox/recalbox-os/wiki/recalbox.conf-%28EN%29). This will allow you to visually separate the NeoGeo games from the other arcade games, they will appear as a dedicated system in Emulation Station+Highscores can be tracked and kept throughthe use of `highscore.dat` which mus be in the right version for each emulator / emulator version, they can be found or must be placed here : 
 +  * For FBNeo : ''/userdata/bios/fbneo'' 
 +  * For mame2003plus : ''/userdata/saves/mame/mame2003-plus/hi'' 
 +  * For mame2010: ''/userdata/saves/mame/mame2010/hi'' 
 +  * For mame: see temporary solution in following [[https://forum.batocera.org/d/4083-how-to-save-hi-scores-in-mame-0220-solution-i-guess|post]] 
 +\\ 
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