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  1. I quickly correct myself...as i was only reading the arcade button part....and had not tested the arcade panel which just came in.( flying shark is a complete game of course). A bit struggling to configure all buttons to map to TI buttons (retroarch does not seem to work, probably need to do it in TI/SIM itself). But i must say now flying shark feels like playing in the arcade hall.
  2. Re: power strike. Not sure if I completely understood it. But would a retropie + TI99/SIM + real arcade control panel and @Asmusr Flying Shark come close to get some similar experience? 20200426_162249.mp4
  3. It works okay, only the buzzing sound (on the RPI with TISIM) on the TI it is all fine
  4. Fyi - Texturbo8 on TI99/SIM only the top of the background is moving. (The ctg was converted without options like -9 or -8, maybe that will fix it?) 20200419_105203.mp4
  5. It is the same for the red ball in level 5. This is prob in TI99/SIM correct? ( i have not checked other emulators). 20200419_105327.mp4
  6. For the scraper I have not investigated how to get the pictures in the GameDB online (which most of the pictures of the manual / box the TI modules came with), but let me clean-up a bit on the images / videos and then package it, then it will be very easy to install on the RetroPie and refresh the Emulstation. Videos had to be converted to a special format for .mp4 took a while to sort it out and I had to script the conversion with HandbrakeCLI (also for the other systems, as I did not want to do it 1 by 1 for 300+ titles and to match the naming)
  7. The noise is only there when starting the game and in the 1st level until you collect fuel, then the noise is gone also in further levels until game over.
  8. Just learned last night that actually the convert can be done in windows 1. Download: http://www.mrousseau.org/programs/ti99sim/archives/ 2. Use the 0.15 Win32 version ti99sim-0.15.0.win32.tar.xz 2018-03-09 21:02 244K 3. use the convert.exe tool in the /bin directory 4. e.g. for this month TEXTURBO8 ../bin/convert texturbo8.bin and for games of Rasmus use -9 option and give it a filename: ../bin/convert -9 obstacle-8.bin obstacle and for Tix8 ../bin/convert -9 tix8.bin tix (and also try option -8 for inverted modules) 5. in the ../bin directory there are now .ctg generated files e.g. texturbo8.ctg, obstacle-8.ctg, tix8.ctg 6. (assumed that the RetroPie is connected to the network, e.g. via Wi-Fi) then FTP (I use Filezilla, using SFTP from windows to the RetroPie into directory: /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/ti99 7. Restart Emulstation and the files are added in the menu. Here are the .ctg as well: obstacle-8.ctg TEXTURBO8.ctg tix8.ctg Note that the colours in Obstacle course are outside the ball on the RetroPie somehow .cc @Asmusr
  9. Cool, never saw the P-Gram in action! (only a picture of it and some manuals i believe), published in TIjdingen last time. My Gramcard/Gramkarte sold it last time, but i have the GramKracker and Gramulator still with me. There is a disk which describes all the headerrs (by Eric Paul Rebel), I have the disk and think shared it somewhere on atariage.
  10. Classic99 Started at level 1 with slow speed Score 20.600 Reached Level 9
  11. Classic99 Started at level 3 with slow speed Score 11.000 Nice game, first I thought it was Tetris, so played it completely wrong as I did not see the score go up. lot of fun.
  12. Yes there is! go to js99er.net, select > more > then you can see all games listed (I have Burger Builder on a disk somewhere, but it is easier to search online in js99er.net or at ftp.whtech.net).
  13. I guess no McDonalds, BurgerKing, MosBurger, WendyBurger, ZingBurger anymore this month ? What's next ? Burger Builder ?
  14. The scr lock to full keyboard emulation did the trick to get the tab key to work and set the dip switch
  15. Wow what a score! In the mean time i have been playing other BTs on retropie. Mame/arcade version is very difficult and looking at graphics of other systems, then the TI looks the best/most closest to the arcade system. Sent from my SM-A505F using Tapatalk
  16. RetroPi 3B+, TISIM, Suzo The Arcade. 26200 and sound on mute.
  17. Here we go (I still do not have a chance to setup my real system, need to find a cabinet first). 20200309_222235.mp4
  18. Fantastic and easy to install (did it on windows 7 - 64 bit) and I also saw that the other TI-roms are there, like TI-99/4 and TI-99/4A-QI, maybe good to add them to the .bat list as well UCSD Pascal P-code card, somehow I cannot get the MAME-menu by pressing TAB to set the dip-switch to boot this card. Furthermore I opened all to show the TI titlescreens and menu page.
  19. @mizapf It is your turn to choose the next game for March 2020 @jwild /all, did we now play all the games of the movie Pixels (or TIxels? ) Centipede: ------------ mizapf 79,488 jwild 76,502 marksetgo 48,772 globeron 34,361 arcadeshopper 27,301 vorticon 26,629 digdugnate 25,486 jblenkle 19,948 hcrayert504 yes the competition is still on (screenshots with score required)
  20. Hi Michael, if I am correct it seems you won the competition! Looking fwd to March's one.
  21. Only did the setup in Retropie config and not in TI99SIM to get 2x DB9 joysticks to work. (you can use also a normal keyboard to assign buttons/directions with the arrow keys). https://youtu.be/Xu4RFNluTBg
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