The table below provides links to the official Windows command-line binaries. Larger files are hosted on external mirrors, selected at random, which may require a temporary redirect to the mirror site in order to download the file.
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|mame0217b_32bit.exe||73 MiB||MAME 0.217 32-bit Windows command-line binaries.||25679|
|mame0217b_64bit.exe||73 MiB||MAME 0.217 64-bit Windows command-line binaries.||70438|
|mame0217lx.zip||14 MiB||MAME 0.217 full driver information in XML format.||7831|
The latest official MAME release is version 0.217. The table below provides links to the source code.
We recommend cloning source code from our official
git repository on GitHub. You can also clone tagged releases from our mirrors at GitLab and SourceForge. You can clone the MAME 0.217 source code without
fetching the entire revision history with this command:
git clone -b mame0217 --depth 1 https://github.com/mamedev/mame.git mame0217
The table below provides links to packaged source archives. Larger files are hosted on external mirrors, selected at random, which may require a temporary redirect to the mirror site in order to download the file.
|whatsnew_0217.txt||21 KiB||List of what is new in this MAME release|
|mame0217s.exe||127 MiB||MAME 0.217 sources in self-extracting 7-Zip format (self-extracting on Windows, can be extracted with P7ZIP on other operating systems)||4833|
|mame0217s.zip||165 MiB||MAME 0.217 sources in ZIP format (all platforms)||6389|
MAME source releases are now packaged in one of two ways. If you are running Windows, and/or have 7-Zip or P7ZIP installed, you can download the smaller 7-Zip self-extracting archive. Otherwise you can download the sources as a standard ZIP archive. Note that this ZIP file is packaged as a “double ZIP” file, meaning that when you extract the file that you download, it will produce a second, larger ZIP file which must also be extracted to give you the final sources. This is done to produce what is effectively a “solid” archive and improves the compression ratio of the MAME sources. Packaged source uses Windows line endings, and timestamps in the ZIP archive are in the timezone of the packager.