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Poll: Easter Tournament: Funspot XII (8 member(s) have cast votes)

Out of the Possible 8, How Many AtariAge Arcade/MAME HSC Word Records Will Be Broken In This Tourney?

  1. None (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  2. One (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  3. Two (1 votes [12.50%])

    Percentage of vote: 12.50%

  4. Three (1 votes [12.50%])

    Percentage of vote: 12.50%

  5. Four (2 votes [25.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 25.00%

  6. Five (2 votes [25.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 25.00%

  7. Six (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  8. Seven (1 votes [12.50%])

    Percentage of vote: 12.50%

  9. Eight (1 votes [12.50%])

    Percentage of vote: 12.50%

Out Of the Possible 8, Which AtariAge Arcade/MAME HSC World Record Will Most Likely Be Broken?

  1. Bank Panic (1 votes [12.50%])

    Percentage of vote: 12.50%

  2. Defender (2 votes [25.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 25.00%

  3. Lady Bug (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  4. Mouse Trap (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  5. Qix (1 votes [12.50%])

    Percentage of vote: 12.50%

  6. Sinistar (2 votes [25.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 25.00%

  7. Star Castle (1 votes [12.50%])

    Percentage of vote: 12.50%

  8. Toobin' (1 votes [12.50%])

    Percentage of vote: 12.50%

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Posted Mon Mar 7, 2011 12:19 PM

Easter Tournament: Funspot XII

This will be a 10 game tournament consisting of 8 games from the main tournament, 1 game from the manufacturer's challenge (Universal) and 1 game from the "game of the day."



Voting process
This is simple - select 8 games from the main tournament, 1 game from the manufacturer's challenge (Universal) and 1 game from the "game of the day."


Games will be added to the tournament based on the total number of votes beginning highest to lowest.

Voting tiebreakers:
  • If a game has not been played previously in the history of the AtariAge Arcade/MAME HSC, that game will be chosen.
  • If there are multiple titles that have been played previously in the history of the AtariAge Arcade/MAME HSC, then the most recently played title will be rolled over to the Flag Day Craptacular.

Games that have multiple votes that do not make the cut in the Easter Tournament will be added to the Flag Day Craptacular in June.

If ten games have not been selected within one week of the tournament start date, games will be selected in the following order:
  • HSC Season 2 Champion (roadrunner)
  • HSC Season 3 Standings as of one week from tournament start date from highest to lowest by only those that have cast votes
  • In case of a "wrap around," the selections will return back to the top of the current season standings

No games will be added to the player's game request queue since selections are restricted to a pool of titles.

Competition begins Sunday, April 17 @ noon EDT and ends Monday, May 2 @ 3AM EDT

 

Games in this Tournament:
Qix (7)
Sinistar (7)
Vanguard (7)
Star Castle (6)
Astro Fighter (5)
Bank Panic (5)
Defender (5)
Mouse Trap (5)
Lady Bug (4)
Toobin' (5)





Games Moved to Flag Day Craptacular:
Vote on three from the following four:
Karate Champ (3)
Rescue (3)
Rush 'n Attack (3)
Super Missile Attack (3)




Tournament Final Standings
Calculated 5.2.11 9:43 AM EDT
1. Cynicaster 129
2. patbb 125
3. M.A.M.E Offender 117
4. rmaerz 114
5. mr. toast 106
6. keilbaca 86
7. roadrunner 67
8. LarcenTyler 53


 
Scores in GREEN indicate new AtariAge Arcade/MAME HSC World Record


Astro Fighter
Standard scrolling/shooting game with five waves of enemies that proceed down the screen. The addition of a fuel limitation adds to the urgency of the game, requiring that you eliminate all of each wave of enemies in order to make it to the final level with enough fuel.

Game Information
Game Name: Astro Fighter [Set 1]
Released By: Data East, 1980
MAME ROMset: AstroF
Dip Switches: Lives: 3; Bonus Life: 3000 [It ends up being 5000]; Difficulty: Easy
Chosen By: 5 votes
ROM Location: http://romhustler.ne...wnload/mame/280
Funspot XII Top Score: 27,960

Leaderboard
1. 8,980 M.A.M.E Offender
1. 8,980 rmaerz
3. 8,920 Cynicaster
4. 6,130 keilbaca
5. 5,260 mr. toast
6. 4,150 patbb
7. 3,520 LarcenTyler
8. 2,760 roadrunner








Bank Panic
You play an Old West law enforcement "HERO!" who must protect a bank from robbers while allowing citizens to make their deposits. The screen scrolls left or right with three doors on-screen at a time with one fire button for each door. The background music for the game is "Dixie."

Game Information
Game Name: Bank Panic
Released By: Sega, 1985
MAME ROMset: bankp
Dip Switches: Lives: 3; Bonus Life: 70K 200K 500K; Difficulty: Easy
Chosen By: 5 votes
ROM Location: http://romhustler.ne...wnload/mame/350
AtariAge Arcade/MAME HSC World Record: 341,900 patbb
Funspot XII Top Score: 940,150

Leaderboard
1. 440,550 patbb
2. 146,000 Cynicaster
3. 95,800 rmaerz
4. 69,100 LarcenTyler
5. 46,300 mr. toast
6. 37,900 M.A.M.E Offender
7. 30,100 roadrunner
8. 8,300 keilbaca







Defender
Defend the human population from swarms of attacking aliens. Extremely popular even though it was deemed a flop at a 1981 Chicago arcade machine trade show because of its difficulty. The attract mode for the game was programmed in just five hours.

Game Information
Game Name: Defender (Red label)
Released By: Williams, 1981
MAME ROMset: defender
Dip Switches: Lives: 3; Bonus: 10,000
Chosen By: 5 votes
ROM Location: http://romhustler.ne...nload/mame/1109
AtariAge Arcade/MAME HSC World Record: 17,750 LaserHawk
Funspot XII Top Score: 212,750

Leaderboard
1. 116,550 M.A.M.E Offender
2. 35,475 mr.toast
3. 23,075 Cynicaster
4. 20,600 roadrunner
5. 19,125 rmaerz
6. 17,625 patbb
7. 7,925 keilbaca
8. 4,875 LarcenTyler







Lady Bug
You control a Ladybug that moves around a maze eating dots while avoiding poison and pursuing insects. The maze has revolving doors that can be used to thwart the insects. Collect letters to form the word "EXTRA" and receive an extra life or spell "SPECIAL" to earn free credits.

Game Information
Game Name: Lady Bug
Released By: Universal, 1981
MAME ROMset: LadyBug
Dip Switches: Difficulty: Medium; Lives: 3
Chosen By: 4 votes
ROM Location: http://romhustler.ne...nload/mame/2374
AtariAge Arcade/MAME HSC World Record: 55,120 patbb
Funspot XII Top Score: 184,830

Leaderboard
1. 128,830 M.A.M.E Offender
2. 127,410 rmaerz
3. 91,760 Cynicaster
4. 60,430 mr. toast
5. 59,670 patbb
6. 47,640 keilbaca
7. 14,600 LarcenTyler
8. 7,290 roadrunner







Mouse Trap
You are a mouse in a maze who must avoid cats and hawks while searching for cheese, bones and bonus items. Eating bones will allow you to become a cat-eating dog. Pressing color buttons will change the maze.

Game Information
Game Name: Mouse Trap (version 5)
Released By: Exidy, 1981
MAME ROMset: mtrap
Dip Switches: Bonus Life: 30,000; Live: 3; Free Play: Off
Chosen By: 5 votes
ROM Location: http://romhustler.ne...nload/mame/3006
AtariAge Arcade/MAME HSC World Record: 376,000 mightymage
Funspot XII Top Score: 1,078,420

Leaderboard
1. 182,400 M.A.M.E Offender
2. 165,750 Cynicaster
3. 156,440 patbb
4. 104,050 mr.toast
5. 49,800 roadrunner
6. 23,180 LarcenTyler
7. 22,220 keilbaca
8. 8,970 rmaerz






Qix
Draw boxes to claim as much screen as possible without getting in the path of the "Qix" and "Sparx". Draw slower for more points and hope that you have enough coins. Simple but very addicting!

Game Information
Game Name: Qix (set 1)
Released By: Taito, 1981
MAME ROMset: Qix
Dip Switches: Internal Defaults
Chosen By: 7 votes
ROM Location: http://romhustler.ne...nload/mame/3692
AtariAge Arcade/MAME HSC World Record: 52,294 patbb
Funspot XII Top Score: 160,540

Leaderboard
1. 70,804 patbb
2. 67,482 Cynicaster
3. 65,562 keilbaca
4. 56,174 rmaerz
5. 54,718 mr. toast
6. 24,396 roadrunner
7. 20,958 M.A.M.E Offender
8. 8,842 LarcenTyler









Sinistar
A small, triangular fighter ship is maneuvered by the player through a series of "Zones" in the galaxy. The player must blast Sinisite crystals out of planetoids while fending off attacking enemy drones and Warrior ships. Collect enough crystals to destroy the evil Sinistar before he kills you.

Game Information
Game Name: Sinistar (revision 3)
Released By: Williams, 1982
MAME ROMset: sinistar
Dip Switches: First Extra Ship At: 30000; Additional Extra Ship Point Factor: 30000; Ships Per Game: 3; Difficulty of Play: 5; Continuous Fire: Yes
Chosen By: 7 votes
ROM Location: http://romhustler.ne...nload/mame/4307
AtariAge Arcade/MAME HSC World Record: 147,605 rmaerz
Funspot XII Top Score: 223,470

Leaderboard
1. 339,430 patbb
2. 133,310 rmaerz
3. 107,270 keilbaca
4. 79,550 mr. toast
5. 39,865 M.A.M.E Offender
6. 32,075 Cynicaster
7. 16,970 roadrunner
8. 15,815 LarcenTyler








Star Castle
You control a ship that fires at a cannon surrounded by three oppositely rotating energy rings of twelve segments each. When a clear line of fire is open, the cannon fires back at your ship with a big "fuzzball". Three sparks start off on the rings, but eventually fly loose and chase the player's ship.

Game Information
Game Name: Star Castle (version 3)
Released By: Cinematronics, 1980
MAME ROMset: StarCas
Dip Switches: Lives: 3
Chosen By: 6 votes
ROM Location: http://romhustler.ne...nload/mame/4579
AtariAge Arcade/MAME HSC World Record: 16,380 rmaerz
Funspot XII Top Score: 28,730

Leaderboard
1. 21,990 rmaerz
2. 12,420 Cynicaster
3. 10,820 mr. toast
4. 9,590 M.A.M.E Offender
5. 6,080 patbb
6. 5,750 keilbaca
7. 3,980 roadrunner
8. 3,490 LarcenTyler







Toobin'
Two guys on inner-tubes ride down a river throwing cans at things and avoiding obstacles to gain points. When you complete a level you get a beach party thrown in your name and the party gets bigger as you progress. Great music and gameplay combine for a fun two player game.

Game Information
Game Name: Toobin' (rev 3)
Released By: Atari, 1988
MAME ROMset: Toobin
Dip Switches: Internal Defaults
Chosen By: 5 votes
ROM Location: http://romhustler.ne...nload/mame/5374
AtariAge Arcade/MAME HSC World Record: 130,589 roadrunner
Funspot XII Top Score: 1,341,859

Leaderboard
1. 1,209,575 keilbaca
2. 213,686 Cynicaster
3. 114,244 roadrunner
4. 68,852 patbb
5. 44,632 rmaerz
6. 42,976 LarcenTyler
7. 22,997 mr. toast









Vanguard
This game is a horizontal and vertical scrolling shooter with four buttons that let you shoot in four different directions. In addition to shooting enemies, you can drive your ship through an "energy" pod that energizes your ship allowing you to crash into enemies without being destroyed.

Game Information
Game Name: Vanguard [SNK]
Released By: Centuri, 1981
MAME ROMset: Vanguard
Dip Switches: Lives: 3
Chosen By: 7 votes
ROM Location: http://romhustler.ne...nload/mame/5616
Funspot XII Top Score: 266,460

Leaderboard
1. 61,740 mr.toast
2. 61,450 patbb
3. 24,000 Cynicaster
4. 21,300 M.A.M.E Offender
5. 7,460 roadunner
6. 7,270 keilbaca
7. 6,630 LarcenTyler
8. 3,990 rmaerz








 

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Posted Wed Mar 9, 2011 3:02 PM

What's the parent ROM for Up Scope?

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Posted Sun Mar 13, 2011 9:32 AM

What's the parent ROM for Up Scope?


I'm not seeing a parent ROM for Up Scope

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Posted Sun Mar 13, 2011 12:17 PM


What's the parent ROM for Up Scope?


I'm not seeing a parent ROM for Up Scope


I don't see this game listed at romnation.net and the rom i got from coolrom wasn't even listed after i audited all games. :(

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Posted Sun Mar 13, 2011 2:05 PM



What's the parent ROM for Up Scope?


I'm not seeing a parent ROM for Up Scope


I don't see this game listed at romnation.net and the rom i got from coolrom wasn't even listed after i audited all games. :(


Try this

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Posted Sun Mar 13, 2011 2:36 PM

It still doesn't show up after i audit all games. I don't see it listed.

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Posted Sun Mar 13, 2011 3:02 PM

It still doesn't show up after i audit all games. I don't see it listed.


It's gotta be the version of MAME you're running.

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Posted Mon Mar 14, 2011 8:00 AM

It still doesn't show up after i audit all games. I don't see it listed.


My using WolfMame and it's working fine.
Get it here

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Posted Mon Mar 14, 2011 1:59 PM

^^^ Thanks! I got the emulator and Up Scope to play. :)
The game looks like Submarine Commander on the 2600
I couldn't find any videos of this game on youtube.
A few questions. What button is the select button to quit on wolfmame?
Do i have to press enter every time i load up a game?
And after i audit all games i have 71 incorrect roms. I only have 6 incorrect on mame32

Edited by roadrunner, Mon Mar 14, 2011 9:10 PM.


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Posted Mon Mar 14, 2011 2:26 PM

^^^ Thanks! I got the emulator and Up Scope to play. :)
The game looks like Submarine Commander on the 2600


I think it looks like Sea Wolf from a different view...or the new release of Sea Wolf looks like Up Scope

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Posted Mon Mar 14, 2011 2:37 PM

If voting ended now, the lineup would look like this:


Qix (6)
Sinistar (6)
Vanguard (6)
Defender (5)
Star Castle (5)
Astro Fighter (4)
Mouse Trap (4)
Pleiades (4)
Lady Bug (3)
Toobin' (5)

Flag Day Queue
Bank Panic (4)
Karate Champ (3)
Rush N Attack (3)
Cheeky Mouse (2)
Rescue (2)
Super Missile Attack (2)
Up Scope (2)

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Posted Tue Mar 15, 2011 6:35 AM

^^^ Thanks! I got the emulator and Up Scope to play. :)
The game looks like Submarine Commander on the 2600
I couldn't find any videos of this game on youtube.
A few questions. What button is the select button to quit on wolfmame?
Do i have to press enter every time i load up a game?
And after i audit all games i have 71 incorrect roms. I only have 6 incorrect on mame32


Esc to quit the game.
If that does not work try this:
In a game press TAB>Input (general)>User Interface>UI Cancel = Escape
If you are prompted to confirm the exit press Enter.

To remove the Enter when starting a game do this:
In the select game interface go to the Options Menu>Default Game Option>Miscellaneous tab and check Skip Game Info
While there you can also unchecked the "Quit game with confirmation" box.

See image ....

And FYI, this is the official version to submit games to TwinGalaxies.
To record your game right click on the game name and select "Play and record Input" (see image)

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Posted Tue Mar 15, 2011 7:00 AM

And FYI, this is the official version to submit games to TwinGalaxies.
To record your game right click on the game name and select "Play and record Input" (see image)


I stopped submitting scores to Twin Galaxies. I got a little pissed off when I made a tape of 8 hrs worth of 2600/7800 scores, sent them to Todd Rogers and they were never verified. I didn't even get a response to my emails asking if he ever received the tape.

Of course, you won't have these problems submitting INP files but for me it kind of killed my interest in submitting scores altogether. I'm content with Aurcade documenting my scores at tournaments.

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Posted Tue Mar 15, 2011 7:36 AM


And FYI, this is the official version to submit games to TwinGalaxies.
To record your game right click on the game name and select "Play and record Input" (see image)


I stopped submitting scores to Twin Galaxies. I got a little pissed off when I made a tape of 8 hrs worth of 2600/7800 scores, sent them to Todd Rogers and they were never verified. I didn't even get a response to my emails asking if he ever received the tape.

Of course, you won't have these problems submitting INP files but for me it kind of killed my interest in submitting scores altogether. I'm content with Aurcade documenting my scores at tournaments.


With tapes I heard that it could take several months, unless you send the new Donkey Kong world record!
Especially with all the submission they get for PS3, Wii and the 360 now! It will probably take longer.
They should have kept TG for Arcade and classic consoles and create a new site for 1990 and beyond.


It would be nice if Aurcade was accepting INP or create a new site just for MAME.
I might also try MARP, but they don't have any rules (dipswitch settings) but for archiving it looks OK.

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Posted Tue Mar 15, 2011 8:22 AM

With tapes I heard that it could take several months, unless you send the new Donkey Kong world record!
Especially with all the submission they get for PS3, Wii and the 360 now! It will probably take longer.
They should have kept TG for Arcade and classic consoles and create a new site for 1990 and beyond.


It would be nice if Aurcade was accepting INP or create a new site just for MAME.
I might also try MARP, but they don't have any rules (dipswitch settings) but for archiving it looks OK.


I sent the tape last May. It really depends on who you send it to. Patrick Scott Paterson (who is no longer with TG) would have them verified in 2-3 weeks.

I don't like MARP for the simple fact that they have not standardized on one version of MAME. Every time you want to view an INP file you have to download a different version of MAME. It sucks.

Also, out of all the INPs I have downloaded from MARP and was actually able to view (which was less than 10) only about two of them were the actual game it was supposed to be.

I remember downloading one that was supposed to be Mario Bros. and instead it was Solitaire! WTF?

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^^^ Thanks! I got the emulator and Up Scope to play. :)
The game looks like Submarine Commander on the 2600
I couldn't find any videos of this game on youtube.
A few questions. What button is the select button to quit on wolfmame?
Do i have to press enter every time i load up a game?
And after i audit all games i have 71 incorrect roms. I only have 6 incorrect on mame32


Esc to quit the game.
If that does not work try this:
In a game press TAB>Input (general)>User Interface>UI Cancel = Escape
If you are prompted to confirm the exit press Enter.

To remove the Enter when starting a game do this:
In the select game interface go to the Options Menu>Default Game Option>Miscellaneous tab and check Skip Game Info
While there you can also unchecked the "Quit game with confirmation" box.

See image ....

And FYI, this is the official version to submit games to TwinGalaxies.
To record your game right click on the game name and select "Play and record Input" (see image)


Thanks for the info! :thumbsup:

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Posted Tue Mar 22, 2011 9:30 AM

If it pleases the players, I'd like to reserve two slots for crap titles for the Flag Day Tournament.

So, I'd like to take 3 titles from this tournament and 3 titles from Memorial Day Tournament. Add to that a game from 1993, Sundance and a vote on two crap titles.

If voting ended now, selections for the 3 titles from this tourney would be:

Bank Panic (4) & Cheeky Mouse (2) eliminated since they have already been played this season.

Games that would be in:
Karate Champ (3)
Rush N Attack (3)

And vote on one of the following three titles:
Rescue (2)
Super Missile Attack (2)
Up Scope (2)

Comments?

Voting ends Sunday, April 10

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Posted Tue Mar 22, 2011 2:27 PM

^^^ Sounds good.

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Posted Tue Mar 22, 2011 3:04 PM

^^^ Sounds good.


To me too.

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Posted Sun Apr 10, 2011 12:07 PM

Field is set!

Games in this Tournament:
Qix (7)
Sinistar (7)
Vanguard (7)
Star Castle (6)
Astro Fighter (5)
Bank Panic (5)
Defender (5)
Mouse Trap (5)
Lady Bug (4)
Toobin' (5)

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Posted Sun Apr 10, 2011 1:34 PM

New poll posted

Most of the game info is posted. I'll complete the info Monday.

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Posted Thu Apr 14, 2011 12:18 PM

Qix is a no brainer for me. I LOVE this game... my score of 68k is still on the arcade at Dave and Busters, and I did that score roughly 4-5 months ago.

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Posted Thu Apr 14, 2011 7:27 PM

Qix is a no brainer for me. I LOVE this game... my score of 68k is still on the arcade at Dave and Busters, and I did that score roughly 4-5 months ago.


The high on AA is 52K - maybe you can break it? :)

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Qix is a no brainer for me. I LOVE this game... my score of 68k is still on the arcade at Dave and Busters, and I did that score roughly 4-5 months ago.


The high on AA is 52K - maybe you can break it? :)


I plan on. My old high when I had my Qix mame cabinet was 80k+ if I remember right.

With my SSF4 stick with the optional restrictor plate on the thing, I should have just as good, if not better controls than that. I'm quite excited to tackle it.

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Qix is a no brainer for me. I LOVE this game... my score of 68k is still on the arcade at Dave and Busters, and I did that score roughly 4-5 months ago.


The high on AA is 52K - maybe you can break it? :)


I plan on. My old high when I had my Qix mame cabinet was 80k+ if I remember right.

With my SSF4 stick with the optional restrictor plate on the thing, I should have just as good, if not better controls than that. I'm quite excited to tackle it.


BTW, I've been sending you invites for the Retrocade parties but the status says "delivered" as if they are being sent to an address you no longer use or is being sent to "Junk"




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