First off here's the link to what FightCade is.
Does anyone else on here play on FightCade? If so, feel free to contact me about setting up matches or playing some of the other games that you can co-op on such as the Dungeon & Dragons games. I have every available working ROM currently that is supported by FightCade. If you're interested in learning more you can either contact me for help and advice or check out a few of these videos. Also, it's supported on Windows, OSX, and Linux Operating Systems.
Mostly these videos are all the same, it's just honestly preference and different personalities among the uploaders.
I wanted to offer a variety of a few choices. Or just search up tutorials, etc within your own realm of preferences if you don't want to watch YouTube tutorials or just want to avoid anything Google at all costs.
Here's a list of games that are supported by FightCade. Some of those videos have links to places you can find ROMs, however I'm not going to provide a list here for obvious reasons. If you're interested in ROMs; again, just contact me and I can do my best to help you.
The most popular games being played usually are King of Fighters '98 as well as King of Fighters '02, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future, and Street Fighter III: Third Strike. Also Street Fighter Alpha 3, Street Fighter II, and Marvel vs Capcom are among some other popular titles usually with players in their lobbies.
I hope to see a few people from myspace join and possibly play with in the near future. I know it's been out for a while now but it's still a viable means to play some retro arcade titles.
Sure this isn't the original or even a "real" version of Myspace, but it feels great as well as satisfying even to put it into context to once again be a part of this atmosphere.
Thank you Jankenpopp, you've done a great job putting this together.
The entire "Windows93" project is beautiful.
I sincerely hope that it can inspire others to do other personal projects who are able to recreate and shape masterpieces bringing back the glory days of the internet.