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About SegaShooters

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    I love video games, especially the Sega Genesis, ColecoVision, and the Atari 2600.
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    Atari 5200 Defender, Space Dungeon, and Star Raiders.

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  1. Can anyone explain to me how to get the cheat codes to work? I have the latest version (SNES9X 1.60 and 64 bit). I've tried entering the codes manually as well as selecting codes from the included list and they don't work. Even resetting the emulator after loading a game and then selecting a cheat code won't work.
  2. Would be nice if it included the library of Sega CD games. Downloading ROM's from the internet seems to be a thing of the past.
  3. Maybe one day we can play Sega CD's on the Sega Saturn console.

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    2. MrMaddog


      I've always felt that Sega should have made the Saturn be able to play 32X carts to avoid the instant obsoletence issue...

    3. save2600


      ^ probably would have made a nice segway and softened the sting of the super short shelf life of the 32x.

    4. Flojomojo


      No one wanted to make Sega Saturn games when Saturn was in stores, so why would they port things now? It's supposedly hard to program.


      I'd like Sega CD games on solid state, no spinning.

  4. Looking forward to the new (and improved?) Sega Nomad coming this summer (I hope).

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    2. save2600


      A new Nomad? Why, this ain't April Fools Day! lol

    3. GoldLeader


      Your comment gave me hope until I saw the words Retro-Bit :( Pass...Or use Extreme Caution!

    4. Skippy B. Coyote

      Skippy B. Coyote

      ^ Retro-Bit did just recently make a pretty flawless recreation of the classic Sega Genesis 6-button arcade pad (theirs is probably the best third party game pad controller the Genesis has ever gotten), so there's hope. =)

  5. That's great. I have bought several Super Games from Pixelboy over the years. But it will be nice (and convenient) to be able to play those Super Games (via ROM on SD card) on the Phoenix.
  6. Question regarding the Phoenix system: Will it run all of the Super Game ROM images from an SD card?
  7. Rey, That's really cool, thanks for the input. I'll probably buy one now.
  8. Let me know if this works. I'm considering the Atarimax SD Cartridge and would be thrilled if the Buck Rogers and Zaxxon Super Game ROMS are playable on an Adam.
  9. Yurkie said it well. I'll just add that I hope the unit doesn't have a strong chemical odor like the Retro-Bit Retro Duo has and that the controls (joystick & buttons) are durable. I remember back in the early '80's the joystick from my Coleco Pac Man tabletop unit started to malfunction after not too many months. Looking forward to seeing what develops with this product.
  10. Has anyone experienced Qbert Qubes freezing up, especially in Level 4? This must be the 3rd time that this happened and to both my carts too. Can this be a bug or just a coincidence(?). Thanks.
  11. Has anyone been able to get EA sports games like Madden '94, '95, and Bill Walsh '94 to play properly on the portable FC-16 Go system. They're the only SNES carts I have that won't play - the game boots up but the button and control configuration is totally messed up . I tried holding down the Select and Start buttons, as well as the other buttons when turning on the system but it hasn't helped. I love this portable system and would love to be able to play these games on it. Any suggestions? Thanks.
  12. Welcome to the first day of the rest of your life

    1. Rick Dangerous

      Rick Dangerous

      That's real deep Socrates ;)

    2. jaybird3rd


      What if today is your last day?

  13. Paddle gaming: Kaboom! Super Breakout, and Circus Atari
  14. If anyone has a CV Super Game Module in working order for sale please let me know.

    1. slab0meat


      What's the going rate for an "in the wild" SGM these days?

    2. SegaShooters


      I've seen them sell on ebay from $150 to $350. I'd probably pay $200 tops for a CIB module.

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