UMP (Unified Media Platform)

10.2 Adding BIOS Files

 

Please note that adding or even possessing games as images without having the identical original media is often illegal. In some countries even more restrictions apply. Adding games to the device is completely at your own responsibility.

 

 

Super Nintendo:

 

Games should be SMC files, or at least have the .smc extension and need to be placed in Games/SNES/. All tested games worked without any problems, though some titles may fail to load. There is an article in the UMP knowledgebase which lists some of the games that are known to work.

 

MAME:

 

Games should be ZIP compressed and need to be placed in the same directory as the BIOS file(s), Games/Arcade/. There is an article in the UMP knowledgebase which lists some of the games that are known to work.

 

Sony PlayStation:

 

Games in a number of formats are supported. Recommended formats are .iso, .bin (and the .cue file if required) and .img. Note that some games may not play correctly due to hardware limitations. There is an article in the UMP knowledgebase which lists some of the games that are known to work.

 

DOSbox:

 

Games for DOSbox should be in the ‘original’ format. Typically, a DOS application is a directory which contains one or more executable files. You can place a folder containing the required files under Games/DOS/. The application will list .exe, .com and .bat files in the OSD by default.

Note that launching DOSbox will open a text prompt, which you can only exit by typing ‘quit’ and pressing Enter. This means that you will be unable to exit it with the remote control (UMP-R-1XX) except by pressing the Start/Stop OSD button. This will close the application and shut down the OSD.