“Earlier this month, developer James Addyman got his emulator, Provenance, working on the Apple TV Developer Kit provided to developers via lottery, and now developer Kevin Smith has gotten the popular MAME game emulator running on the device,” Juli Clover reports for MacRumors. “In the video below, a tvOS version of the MAME emulator is demonstrated on the fourth-generation Apple TV.”
“For those unfamiliar with MAME, it stands for Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator,” Clover reports “Over the years, several apps with the MAME code have snuck into the iOS App Store, letting people illicitly run old arcade games.”
“In the video, Smith shows several old arcade games running on the Apple TV, including Donkey Kong, Galaga, Street Fighter II, Raiden, and Metal Slug – Super Vehicle,” Clover reports. “All of the games are said to run well, though there are some lingering sound issues with a few of the titles.”
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