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Subject: E-UAE/RunInUAE/iGame
by Joeled on 2012/8/26 10:05:01

Chrish have done an excellent job with his RunInUAE but i miss a program that can add and start all games with a simple click. If you download alot of games its going to be a mess in your drawer etc etc. I m using iGame and its working pretty good. som GR now and then but nothing serious. Its very easy to get it to work. I have tested this on my AmigaOne 500, Radeon HD 4650 and AOS4.1.5.

First of all go here and download it.
iGame for AOS4

Unpack it wherever you want it. Then download these files:
Extract it and put in sys:mui/libs/mui

Extract it and put in sys:libs

Extract it and put in sys:libs

Now try to start the program. When you see the menu its of course empty. Download some whdload games, WHDload games
When that is done you make iGame active by clicking on it. Then you rightclick on iGame and hold down the right mousebutton down and choose "settings" and then "games repositories. Then click on the small envelope(or whaterever it is)and browse to your drawer with all games and click on the button "OK". Now its important that you click on the button "Add". When that is done you should see the path to your game drawer. Close the games repositories window.

Now make the iGame window active again by clicking on it so it gets a blue border on the top of the menu. Okay, now we need to get the program to add the games. Rightclick on the program and then choose "actions" and "scan repositories". The program will now scan the folder you added to see if there are any games there. If you have done everything right you should be able to see your games.

This is how it looks for me.
Resized Image

You can even add non whdload games if you want. Click ona game and see if it works. This progam is excellent and i hope Chrish can add it with future releases of RunInUAE? What do you say Chris?

If you find thus useful dont be afraid to say thank you

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