Better yet, forget about lr-mame2003. So , it´s not necessary to have both romset? So , it´s not necessary to have both romset? Defender wasn't a part of that dat file, so I am guessing it never worked for that version. I just reread what I said. But pivotal games like pac-man, defender etc. There is much to learn.
It's confusing, and downright messy. Look, you can't force anything to work if it is incorrect. Can I take a new. Perhaps you were looking at a bogus tab. Sorry to say it, but your conclusions are misguided.
You are just hitting the tip of the iceberg. I did not intend that - this is just the process I used to get the games on the pie, and it was surprising to me that some games worked in some set and others didn't. I think you are on the right track. Where do I put the zip files? Do you already have the roms? Clearly from your followup, you understand more than I thought you did in your original post. Can I take a new.
Using the reference set as is should be exactly what you're looking for. Just press that button and there should be a config screen which allows you to set the default emu. So my question is: has anyone compiled a list of unique roms for the main 3 libretro emulators that work on the retropie? Use the lr-fbalpha emulator instead. Make sure you are looking at the right tab in that workbook. Let me know how if you have any problems. Maybe my process for getting the roms is flawed? I would advise against that route.
Defender isn't listed in the for 2003, either. Is this how roms work - you take the latest sets, and rebuild them to work on your old emulator? This is what I have been doing too. Tonight i will setting up retropie for the first time, i just want arcade games. The zip file won't just behave differently because you want it to. I can't explain why a reference set might not be what it says it is, but there you go. I did a quick search and it looks like rollback sets are supposed to contain all of the changed files from previous sets. .
Looks like people messing with the spreadsheet have added a filtered list. It is impossible to maintain that document while allowing public contributions. As a result, your viewing experience will be diminished, and you may not be able to execute some actions. Is that set I found actually from 2003? An another thing I want to say is, you have the emulators and the roms folders. I have done loads of Googling and I still can't get Defender or Gauntlet to run.