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Wah!Cade is A GNU/Linux friendly clone of Minwah's excellent MameWAH is a front end for games, emulators (e.g. the M.A.M.E. arcade game emulator), music and applications. It has been designed with arcade cabinet controls & projects in mind but is versatile enough that it can be used with many different controller schemes and displays.
 
Wah!Cade is A GNU/Linux friendly clone of Minwah's excellent MameWAH is a front end for games, emulators (e.g. the M.A.M.E. arcade game emulator), music and applications. It has been designed with arcade cabinet controls & projects in mind but is versatile enough that it can be used with many different controller schemes and displays.

Revision as of 07:54, 16 October 2017

...the Wah!Ki

- an unofficial support wiki for the Wah!Cade project (and derivatives)

Wah!Cade is A GNU/Linux friendly clone of Minwah's excellent MameWAH is a front end for games, emulators (e.g. the M.A.M.E. arcade game emulator), music and applications. It has been designed with arcade cabinet controls & projects in mind but is versatile enough that it can be used with many different controller schemes and displays.

Originally authored by Andy Balcombe and released under the GNU GPL license. It was later became Mah!Cade (Modified Wah!Cade), an experimental version.

Wah!Cade remains the primary stop for GNU/Linux users seeking a MAME frontend although these days there are a number of other options available.

The main portion of this site will focus on the official Wah!Cade release. Branch manuals will also be made available where branches support additional features not found in the official release.

While we have a slight bias towards Wah!Cade the information on these pages should serve other frontends just as well, RetroFE, Steam, Kodi, QMC, etc.

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Wah!Ki Sections

Wah!Cade Mah!Cade Projects with Wah!Cade
  • Linux
  • Playstation 3
  • Pandora
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Hosted Layouts (by Resolution)

Horiztonal Vertical Widescreen
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A list of known working platform configurations

Arcade Console/Handheld Computer

Generic:

Nintendo:

Sammy:

Sega:

SNK:

Atari:

Bandai

NEC

Nintendo:

Sega:

SNK:

Sony:

Others:

Linux

Amstrad:

Apple:

Atari:

Commodore:

Microsoft:

NEC:

Sinclair:

Tandy:

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A list of known emulators

Multi Arcade Console/Handheld Computer