I just got my hands on a MSX flash cart (Megaflashrom SCC+ SD), but I'm a little confused as to how to actually set it up. The included instructions are a bit cryptic, but what I really want to do is put all the roms into what the instructions call a MULTIROM (basically a menu). Has anyone done this and can you tell me how?
As I've condensed my collection down, I find I no longer need all of the monitors I've collected over the past few years. All of these monitors work perfectly except for the 1701 which has a sound issue. These prices do not include shipping from SE Michigan.
Commodore 1701 - The 1701 is the exact same thing as the more familiar 1702 other than some slight internal differences. This monitor works just fine except it needs to warm up about 20 minutes before you'll hear any sound (the picture has no issues). Once the monitor has warmed up it's just fine. - $25
BMC BM-AU9191U - Looks kind of futuristic - $35
Magnavox CM8562-074G - This is a really solid monitor, it was my backup monitor. The door on the bottom has a broken hinge, but is included. - $35
Amiga 1080 - This monitor can be used as a composite monitor, or with any computer that uses analog RGB (Atari ST, Amiga, Apple IIgs). Comes complete with the box and is in good working order. I used this with my Amiga 2000 and Atari 8-bit with no problems. - $60
Yep it's true, I completely redesigned my game room yet again in an attempt to squeeze even more systems in. However this time I'm really happy with the way everything turned out and I doubt I'll majorly overhaul it again. So without further ado, here are some pictures of my 'New New' game room.
The entryway. Note the mugs up on the little shelf to the left, I don't know why I never thought about putting things up there before. The little Pac-Man poster is from an exhibition of Atari 2600 memorabilia in Germany.
This is the view from the entryway.
This is a shot of the wall immediately to the left. Note the Atari Advantage poster and some Coleco Mini-Arcades.
Turning around and taking a shot of the entryway Those bookcases contain my Saturn, Sega CD, PS2, GC, PS3, 360, PSX, and PSP games.
A shot of the bookcase to the left. Here are all my Atari 8-bit, 5200, and 7800 boxes.
Moving down the wall we come to my two entertainment centers. The one on the left is for my Neo-Classic systems and the one on the right is for my modern systems.
Here's a better close up of my Neo Classic area. From top to bottom: Jaguar, 3DO, XBox, NES, 7800, empty shelf where my Turbo Duo goes, SNES, N64, Dreamcast, Saturn, Sega Genesis/CD, and Neo Geo CD. The SMS is on top of the TV. The TV is actually a giant VGA monitor and most of my systems are hooked up to it using RGB to VGA adapters. It really works quite well.
Here's a close up of the modern game systems. From top to bottom: PS3, Xbox 360, Gamecube, PS1, PS2, Wii, and at the bottom (barely visible) is my Laseractive.
On the wall to the left we have my DOS box, SV-328, TRS-80 Model III, and my Coleco Adam.
Moving further down we have my Apple IIgs, Amiga 2000, and Macintosh Classic.
Here's a picture of the left wall that contains my personal computer and my Vectrex. You can also see my DECO cassette cab. Note the Berzerk figures on the heating duct.
Turning left again we have my C64, TI-99, and MSX2+ (on the shelf underneath). Next to that we have my Atari 800. Note the Dragon's Lair poster, this one is an original that I got at the Midwest Gaming Classic.
Here's a better shot of the systems. You can see the Intellivision and the 5200 below the Atari 800.
This is the little storage corridor in the corner. I decided to put my extra posters in here in an attempt to liven it up a little.
Here is the bookcase with all my Apple II/IIgs games.
Some of the marquees I have on the I-Beam that goes across the room. I put my glass marquees on this since it can support their weight (they won't stick on walls as they're too heavy).
More marquees. I picked up the Xevious at the Midwest Gaming Classic.
Here's the other side. Jungle Hunt is also a new addition.
More marquees. Robby Roto is pretty rare from what I understand.
And some more. You can see the Cloak & Dagger marquee on the wall.
Here are some posters in the far corner. The After Burner poster is actually for the SMS, I don't recall seeing one before.
This is the side of the desk that has my Atari 800. You can see The Map Room at Dawn painted by our very own Aimee Dingman and my Sam & Max poster (love those games). The bookcase contains games for several systems including the PCjr, Adam, and Lynx.
A better shot of the posters in the far corner. I really have no idea where the Nintendo ones came from, but I think they're cool.
My Ultima V poster on the side of my DECO cab.
And a final shot of all three Star Wars posters above my computer.