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  1. Regional GameEx Users Clubs

    In all seriousness, I love this idea. I see recalbox has recently added retroarch online multiplayer stuff and I was watching it thinking - "damn we need to get that onto GameEx." Maybe I was just looking for an excuse to code another plugin..dunno!? Let's get a GameEx MarioKart tournament started asap! Maybe a weekender to kill the time difference?
  2. Regional GameEx Users Clubs

    Here you go: + bring it on. The UK virtually created home gaming so we'll thrash to pants off you all.... Unfortunately, there's only me and @simbamame in the UK club at the moment, but I'll get the Queen to give some others a bell.. Oh, and I don't have xbox. Back to playstation for this gen. However, how about a Retroarch online tourney?
  3. How to send key presses (keyboard) before and after

    Your happiness is my happiness.
  4. Regional GameEx Users Clubs

    I've put some up and coming UK events on the club calendar...
  5. How to send key presses (keyboard) before and after

    What's the program? If it takes it, it might be better to send it command line instructions via "launch before" and "launch after" rather than use SendKeys
  6. Jumped into the Pi frenzy

    Personally, I use Recalbox. It's got a few less bells and whistles than retropie, but I like it. Think the main difference is themes and video snaps, but on systems with limited storage, I prefer not to have videos filling the space. https://www.recalbox.com/ Oh, if you also use recalbox, you can also use my windows app which greatly simplifies game management: https://sites.google.com/view/magoarcade/software/recalboxer?authuser=0 Working hard on the next release which also includes ability to manage the metadata from the app - this also uses Selph Scraper to batch scrape and its own scraper for individual game scraping.
  7. UK Events

    Put some up and coming events onto the Calendar. Click the "UK Retro Gaming Events" above
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    REVIVAL: Generation X 2018 is the latest upcoming show from Revival Retro Events, featuring the very best in dedicated retro video gaming exhibits and unrivalled gaming atmosphere! With literally DOUBLE the floor space of the previous year, 2018's main event will feature well over 250 playable systems and interactive attractions that will entertain any old school gamer, families, children and casual gamers alike, including: - Over 150 playable retro consoles and computers - Over 100 classic video arcade machines and pinball machines - On-stage competitions and prizes - Large screen multiplayer experiences and system link-ups - An even larger selection of traders offering various retro collectables - Live special guest talks and interactive workshops - Reasonably priced, fully licensed bar and gamer's snack bar serving hot and cold food - Accessible venue near M6 J9, with FREE Saturday and reasonable Sunday parking - Choice of nearby hotels with direct rail and bus links to the venue Tickets Available Through the Ticket Tailor Website As well as all the best retro gaming attractions, REVIVAL: Generation X will be focusing on the evolution of electronic entertainment experienced by gamers who got their first dose during the video game revolution that kicked off at the dawn of the 80's. At double the size of 2017, the two major halls will each focus on a different period; the first will focus on the early days, with the dominance of the microcomputers and the golden age of the arcades. The second meanwhile will move into the 90's, with the influence of the import market pushing the pursuit of the latest technology and the late resurgence of the arcades inspired by Japan! Whether it be to pop along and have a quick arcade thrash, bring the family for a fun-filled day out, or grab your friends to enjoy a whole weekend of friendly competition, be sure to buy your tickets NOW and make sure any gamers you know don't miss out! CT and all the team at RRE.
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    EGX Type: Expo When: 20 – 23 September, 2018 Where: NEC, Birmingham What’s the deal? They introduce themselves as the UK’s biggest gaming event. EGX is the place to discover new indie games, try out blockbuster titles weeks before their release and experience eSports events. On top of all the fun, the event will feature the GameIndustry.biz Career Fair for those interested in getting a job in the industry.
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    NERG (North East Retro Gaming) Type: Expo When: 14 – 15 July, 2018 Where: Gateshead International Stadium, Gateshead What’s the deal? Loved playing Streetfighter II on the SNES? Or how about the first Mario Kart? If you’re a fan of first and second generation video games then NERG this is the event for you. A weekend where you’ll get to play the best games from the past and spend time with like-minded people.
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    Develop: Brighton Type: Conference When: 10 – 12 July, 2018 Where: Hilton Hotel, Brighton What’s the deal? A two-day conference that covers every aspect of the game development process from the idea, going through design and funding to production. Develop: Brightonis a great opportunity for smaller studios to make themselves known and learn from their peers.
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    Norwich Gaming Festival Type: Festival When: 28 May – 3 June, 2017 Where: The Forum, Norwich What’s the deal? The Norwich Gaming Festival describes itself as a “free, family-friendly celebration of video games”. Here’s a chance to meet local developers and learn how video games are made while you have fun.
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    Animex – International Festival of Animation and Computer Games Type: Festival When: 14 – 18 May, 2018 Where: Teesside University, Middlesbrough What’s the deal? Animex is a mix of workshops, talks, presentations and other activities related to everything animation and computer games. An event for those who want to find out about the latest in the industry.
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    London Games Festival Type: Conference/Festival When: 5 – 17 April, 2018 Where: Several Venues Throughout London What’s the deal? The London Games Festival is a series of events from talks going through financial advice to the British Academy Game Awards. It’s a 10-day celebration of everything gaming that’s got the ultimate goal of turning the British city into the gaming capital of the world.