App description: Thanks to the kind generosity of the three co-founders of VideaHoward Delman, Ed Rotberg, and Roger Hectorthe original ROM images from the only existing Gridlee machine have been made available for free, non-commercial use.

Gridlee is a game that was never released. It was developed by Videa, Inc. in 1982, on hardware designed by Howard Delman. Videa was eventually acquired by Pizza Time Theater and formed the core of their new Sente Technologies division.

The hardware that Gridlee ran on evolved into the Bally/Sente SAC I system, which provided a cartridge-based arcade gaming platform that supported such games as Snake Pit, Stocker, and Hat Trick.

Emulation Technology: MAME 0.139u1.
Source code at: http://code.google.com/p/imame4all/source/browse/

Note: Gridlee is not officially endorsed by Nicola Salmoria or the MAME Team. Gridlee is based on the MAME4iOS Reloaded Project by Seleuco.

"Gridlee was developed, and the copyright owned, by Videa, Inc. When Videa was dissolved, its remaining assets were distributed among Ed Rotberg, Roger Hector, and I. We currently own the rights to Gridlee. As one of the owners of the rights to Gridlee, I hereby declare that the Gridlee ROM images may be freely duplicated and used by MAME users for non-commercial use. I also declare that the marquee art may be duplicated for non-commercial purposes"

Howard Delman
April 24, 2001

Seleuco's comments:
Thanks to the kind generosity of the three co-founders of Videa—Howard Delman, Ed Rotberg, and Roger Hector—the original ROM images from the only existing Gridlee machine have been made available for free, non-commercial use.

Gridlee is a game that was never released. It was developed by Videa, Inc. in 1982, on hardware designed by Howard Delman. Videa was eventually acquired by Pizza Time Theater and formed the core of their new Sente Technologies division.

The hardware that Gridlee ran on evolved into the Bally/Sente SAC I system, which provided a cartridge-based arcade gaming platform that supported such games as Snake Pit, Stocker, and Hat Trick.

Emulation Technology: MAME 0.139u1.

Note: Gridlee is not officially endorsed by Nicola Salmoria or the MAME Team. Gridlee is based on the MAME4iOS Reloaded Project by Seleuco.

http://code.google.com/p/imame4all/

"Gridlee was developed, and the copyright owned, by Videa, Inc. When Videa was dissolved, its remaining assets were distributed among Ed Rotberg, Roger Hector, and I. We currently own the rights to Gridlee. As one of the owners of the rights to Gridlee, I hereby declare that the Gridlee ROM images may be freely duplicated and used by MAME users for non-commercial use. I also declare that the marquee art may be duplicated for non-commercial purposes"

Howard Delman
April 24, 2001



01-26-2013, 01:01 AM
#21
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Originally Posted by AnarKitty View Post
For the record: when iMAME came out and survived in the App Store briefly, posts that gave information on where to download ROMs got the thread edited and nearly removed here. People who have such information should probably leave a message here telling people to PM them, rather than posting it here. Just sayin'.
thk u info u PM please
01-26-2013, 01:10 AM
#22
Joined: Apr 2010
Location: UK
Posts: 34
Best news of 2013 so far!!! Thank you very much to those concerned.

01-26-2013, 01:46 AM
#23
Fantastic again. Properly well done.
01-26-2013, 02:05 AM
#24
So I guess the question is whether or not this will play anything different to what imame4all allows.... Is there an online guide that could point us in the right way of getting the full benefit of this app?
01-26-2013, 02:35 AM
#25
Does it play snes or nes?

Please explain method how to play it step by step.

Please pm me

Thx very much
01-26-2013, 02:54 AM
#26
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Originally Posted by Hardbattle View Post
So I guess the question is whether or not this will play anything different to what imame4all allows.... Is there an online guide that could point us in the right way of getting the full benefit of this app?
I'd also like to know how to use this app to its fullest. Is there some button combo to access an options menu? Do I need to use iExplorer to get mame games into this app? Please help! Thanks.
01-26-2013, 03:12 AM
#27
Joined: Jan 2011
Location: England
Posts: 10,149
There's a link on the first page which takes you to the devs page which explains a lot
01-26-2013, 04:35 AM
#28
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Originally Posted by psj3809 View Post
There's a link on the first page which takes you to the devs page which explains a lot
I can't see anything there. I might add that I had the first cheeky release of MAME but lost it when I lost a PC hard drive. I just need to know how to unlock this to its full potential, side loading roms will not be a problem.

Games that will never leave my iPad : Great Big Wargame, Battle Academy, Battle of the Bulge, Ravenmark and Hunters 2.
01-26-2013, 04:36 AM
#29
Quote:
Originally Posted by psj3809 View Post
There's a link on the first page which takes you to the devs page which explains a lot
Thanks! Got it working! This update has working cheats not present in the original iMame released to the appstore.
01-26-2013, 04:42 AM
#30
I'm so confused. I checked the dev page but I'm still a bit lost. If someone could just point me in the right direction I'd really appreciate it.

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