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* [http://mamedev.org/release.html Latest release]
* [http://mamedev.org/release.html Latest release]
* [http://www.emucr.com/search/label/MESS SVN Builds]
* [http://www.emucr.com/search/label/MESS SVN Builds]
* [http://ashura.mameworld.info/nightlybuilds/mess_builds.html Ashura-X´s NIGHTLY MESS BUILDS]
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Revision as of 21:23, 14 June 2020

Multi Emulator Super System
Developer(s) MESS Team
Last version 0.161
Fate Merged with MAME in 2015 starting with 0.162
Platform(s) Multi-platform
Emulates Thousands of electronics
Website mess.redump.net
Source code GitHub

MESS (an acronym for Multi Emulator Super System) was a multi-platform, open-source, multi-system emulator. The philosophy behind the project was to recreate the workings of machines like cash registers through emulation. MESS started as a fork of MAME, keeping its philosophy but expanding the amount of target machines widely. Though the teams are separate from each other, the codebase for MESS merged with MAME in 2015.

See NonMAME (2015 Mirror) for a regularly updated list of systems MESS emulates best and a list of emulators that emulate some systems.


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See these ProjectMESS webpages below for guidance on compatibility of a wide assortment of pastime computers and consoles and their respective games catalog on MAME/MESS.

Further info: