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Neo-Geo games on sale for GNOME Games

If you want to get some Neo-Geo games for Games, GOG.com has some on sales here.

You can run them in Games by simply unzipping the installer and retrieving the two .zip files corresponding to the game and the Neo-Geo firmware. Keep in mind you'll need a MAME Libretro core to run them.

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  1. Does the flatpak of Games come with the MAME libretro core? It's in the Extensions dialog, does it mean it does? Keep up the great work!

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    1. The Flatpak version doesn't come with it because MAME is very heavy to compile and distribute, but I plan to make a Flatpak extension of it soonish.

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  2. I installed RetroArch from flathub and downloaded the MAME core but Games still does not find it. Does it require the core to be installed traditionally?

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