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Topic # 240288 31-Aug-2018 06:25
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Hi team, I've got an Nvidia Shield. I want to download and play a game called Xevious, it's a retro arcade game from 1982 (I think). Can someone please tell me if this is possible and how to download it. Thanks in advance for any replies.  I assume I can use gamestream??. I own a MacBook.


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  Reply # 2081766 31-Aug-2018 08:18
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Not sure if the Shield supports it in any way, but you'd need MAME or similar running, and a legal copy of the game ROM.  Google will help you further :)

 

 





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  Reply # 2081769 31-Aug-2018 08:27
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Yep - have installed MAME4droid and loaded a truckload of ROMs - most of which work.

 

You will also need a gamepad- I have the Nvidia Shield one - not sure if other generic ones will work.

 

I don't have time right now to check if I have Xevious and if so if it is working - but will do so later and come back to you.


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