David Marti releases MOTION BLUE UNIFIED PC EDITION, bringing the beauty and ease of Motion Blue Unified away from the single board computer scene and straight to the desktop and gaming PC scene, meaning you can do all the things your SBC, such as your Raspberry Pi, could not….
Bringing a familiar interface to your PC and increasing your game play, David Marti knocks the game out of the field, with his Retroarch powered Attract Mode front end – as usual he supplies a fantastic “how to guide” which you really should read – everything is answered!.
Compatible with all previous Motion Blue Rom Packs – yes the ones you used on your Pi, this base pack is QUICK and easy to add to! An easy to use, easy to setup, Windows based build using Attract Mode.
Utilizing Attract Mode as the front end … and directly launching emulators … makes MBU-PC setup simple
It uses the same unified rompacks that were made for the MBU Retropie base image (plus some additional
ones) for easy drag-n-drop setup.
It also uses the same media and theme as MBU. This includes the Unified theme and all system snaps and
MBU-PC is meant to be a streamlined Windows PC gaming foundation to build upon. The base pack only
includes the Retroarch emulator (which supports a large majority of systems) which offers a single location to
configure controllers. Once done, all systems will be ready to go. Future expansion packs will add stand
alone emulators for additional systems to be included.
Simply unzip and place the MBU-PC folders onto the root of any HDD (internal or external). MBU-PC is setup
with relative path configuration which makes it a portable installation. No matter what drive letter Windows
assigns the HDD, MBU-PC will just work. As roms are added, they will automatically show up in their
respective Attract Mode displays.
Attract Mode is setup the same as on the MBU Retropie base image using a nested/category configuration.
This leads to easy navigation and quicker access to games. – DAVID MARTI
QUICK AND EASY 5 STEP SET UP (See PDF for more details)
- Extract the contents to the ROOT OF ANY DRIVE
- Set up (Bind) controllers in Retro Arch
- Set up (Bind) controllers in Attract Mode
- Copy ROMs to their respective folder
(if not using MBU ROM packs – you may need to re-generate rom lists)
The “Motion.Blue.Unified.PC.Base.Addon.Pack.01-DavidMarti” contains the Add on emulator extensions – notably as everything in the base all uses retroarch, so the add on packs, except a few systems which need their own emulators (that Retroarch does not support well (if at all!)) – Vice is the emulator for Commodore 64, Commodore VIC-20, Commodore Plus , whereby Dolphin adds GameCube and Wii, FSUAE adds Amiga and Amiga CD32, and PCSX2 is for PlayStation 2. There are .pdf files included in the add-on pack for each emulator, with detailed instructions on how to install and how to ensure your controller configuration works properly.
Title (Add-on Pack 1)=”Motion.Blue.Unified.PC.Base.Addon.Pack.01-DavidMarti”
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