My MAME cabinet uses Recalbox. It’s lacking in certain areas but possesses one killer feature that makes it ideal for the Wall Candy Cab: native support for Raspberry Pi 2’s GPIO pins!
Typically you’d have to use an I-PAC or some such similar hardware controller in order to interface an arcade stick with a computer running MAME. Recalbox makes the interface a simple affair. It allows you to bypass the extraneous (and expensive) hardware controller. Simply solder the arcade stick’s wires to a GPIO header (I’ve had mixed results with this one) in the following configuration:
Here’s a link to the Recalbox homepage:
Disclaimer: If you read this blog regularly you’re probably a game developer. If so, you know the damages piracy does. Don’t pirate anything that’s for sale; show some professional courtesy and support the devs! For my part, I own the A and B boards for any of the games you’ve seen pictured in the blog. Thanks!
More free software you might have not known exists were it not for Freebie Fridays! Thanks, Freebie Fridays!
A Note from Admin:
I hope you found this content useful. If so, please like and subscribe and consider contributing to
so that I can continue to produce great #gamedev and #game art content while battling cancer!
Subscribe and get ahead with the latest tech recommendations, tricks, and tutorials!
learnindiedev.com Unlike Udemy, this site will feature live lessons and game jam learn-a-thons (exactly what it sounds like)! Featuring No-Code Video Game Development, the only video course to become a published text book!
openforcommissions.com Why be hard to find? Upload your portfolio, change your open/close status with a single tweet, get paid!