Alternatives to RomCenter for all platforms with any license

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  • EmuControlCenter icon

    EmuControlCenter

    Easy and intuitive! emuControlCenter is build for people who want to play games quick 'n' easy, without searching too much, ECC supports images and previews...

    Free Windows

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  • ClrMamePro

    ClrMamePro is an extrememly powerful utility for managing roms for practically all systems (not just Mame).

    Free Windows

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  • Rominator icon

    Rominator

    Rominator is a tool available for Mac OS X and Windows that is designed for making management and organization of your backed up Nintendo DS Games easy. It allows you to...

    Free Mac Windows

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    • Discontinued Last version, 2008.20, released on July 2008, can be still downloaded from gamebrew.org
  • Atomic FE icon

    Atomic FE

    Atomic FE is a Front-End for Multi-emulators. It?s been made mainly to be used with games of arcade MAME. Furthermore, it would be possible to utilize Atomic FE...

    Free Windows

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  • Maximus Arcade icon

    Maximus Arcade

    Maximus Arcade is Windows based software that allows for seamless interaction with multiple arcade and console emulators while keeping the Windows environment hidden....

    Commercial Windows

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  • DS-Rom Organizer icon

    DS-Rom Organizer

    DS Rom Organizer is a tool for Windows that is designed for making management and organization of your Nintendo DS Games easier (as well as PSP, GBA and PSN roms despite...

    Free Windows

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  • AdvanceSCAN

    advscan is a command line utility for maintaining a zipped archive of roms and samples for AdvanceMAME, AdvanceMESS and any other MAME derivative emulator. The goal...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux BSD

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RomCenter Comments

Great for MAME, not multi-console setups

Comment by talbot
about RomCenter Mar 2013

It only supports one emulator so as an arcade frontend it could work well. Organizing the rom pane isn't easy, removing files from the list deletes them from the system or puts them in a designated folder. I couldn't get any of the scanning options to produce useful results, maybe I just didn't have problems.

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