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  1. I'm trying to restore an arcade cabinet from 1983. The CRT monitor is shot and honestly, I'd rather have an LED/LCD screen in it's place. (Don't get me wrong, CRT, when working, looks great) I don't know much about how to connect the monitor and most of what I see out there has DVI and/or VGA ports which are clearly not going to connect on an old system arcade cabinet like this. Will this work? https://na.suzohapp.com/products/accessories/49-3223-01 Does this need an adapter to connect it to the arcade machine? Thanks!
  2. MAME 0.200 Todays MAME release has two consecutive zeros in the version number! The only other time that happened was over twelve years ago! Although MAME version numbers are are just an incrementing number, by a series of coincidences, MAME 0.200 delivers several major changes. First of all, if youre building MAME with Microsoft Visual Studio (MSVC), youll need Visual Studio 2017. Weve dropped support for Visual Studio 2015. Starting this month, were building the official Windows binaries with GCC 7.3 this probably wont affect you (we still support building with GCC 5 and up). Were mirroring tagged releases at GitLab (source only) and SourceForge (source and binaries), so if for some reason youre unable to access GitHub, youll still be able to download official MAME releases. MAME 0.200 includes replacements for the memory system and callback API. This will enable new functionality and make MAME development more straightforward. The artwork layout system has also had an overhaul which opens new possibilities. Weve tried our best not to break things, but if you do find something wrong, let us know at MAME Testers, or on our IRC channel #mame on the freenode network. In arcade emulation this month, we have a number of new versions of supported titles, including a very rare prototype of Led Storm Rally 2011 and three more Street Fighter II': Champion Edition bootlegs. Dreamcast/NAOMI colours are greatly improved thanks to snickerbockers, and cam900 fixed some graphical effects in Gals Panic 3 and Billiard Academy Real Break. Enik Land improved emulation of the Sega Master System, Game Gear and Mega Drive VDPs, covering more corner cases. The really exciting emulation improvements this month are on the computer side. There are lots of improvements for UK home computers, including better Camputers Lynx tape support (with lots of additions to the software list), re-worked Acorn System emulation, and support for Acorn Bus slot devices. Weve got a brand-new modernised Apple IIgs driver, with improvements in just about every area. Also, Wayder updated the Sharp 68000 software list, correcting and organising the entries and adding the latest clean dumps. But even more exciting is the fact that, thanks to Patrick Mackinlays gargantuan effort and persistence, the CLIPPER-based InterPro 2000 workstation now works well enough to install and run CLIX (a UNIX operating system). As far as we know, this is a first for MAME. The improvements to SCSI, CD-ROM, and serial emulation also benefit other emulated computer systems. Instructions are on the MAMEdev wiki if you want to try it out. As usual, you can get source and Windows binaries from the download page.
  3. I'm not really a big sports game fan, but this evening when I went to buy another Battlezone I was offered up a complete Basketball by the owner for $75. Supposedly it powers up fine, but needs both trakballs rebuilt asn they are pretty much frozen up. Overall, it is in decent enough shape. Just the cabinet bottom needs some attention and of course the control panel either repainted or re-decaled. He is pondering just parting it out and making the cabinet into a custom refrigerator. It is kinda cool looking for a sports game, but I am pondering if I want to take up the roughly 30 by 30 inch floor space. It was a bit burried, but I managed to shoot a photo of it before leaving for home.
  4. Well, it appears that I have a major issue going on with the Basketball cab I just got. I got the controllers to work, then after adjusting the switches on the board to free play, the left start button quit working and the right track ball quit detecting left and right motion. I blamed this on the main controller connector as it seemed a bit crappy looking inside. Turns out this might not be the real issue. Upon unplugging the board again, I was surprised to have small pieces of the plug connectors come raining out into my hand. About 4 or 5 of the connectors in the board plug had disintegrated! Now, how can I go about repairing this short of replacing the whole harness? I assume I can get these connectors out of the plug if I know how and possibly replace them. Should I do that, or try to find a better harness, if one is even available? Either way, I'm shutting down the project for a while until I get some bills paid. What started out being a simple cleaning and controller rebuild is starting to snowball.
  5. I just recently started playing centipede on MAME using a trackball and figured I would check around and see if anyone else was still playing this and what kinda scores people are getting. I think i'm doing alright and improving quickly so though maybe a bit of friendly competition would be fun. Post your high scores here if you're interested or feel free to share some tips if you have any. My current high score is 53,500
  6. I'm wondering if any of you guys have played the Double Dragon remake on the iPhone or Touch. I haven't played it yet... how are the controls? What are your thoughts on the game? Thanks.
  7. I'm a little late at sharing this but I went to the IAAPA 2012 trade show about a week and a half ago and got some hands on time with the newest arcade games that are destined for the market. Popular ones were Namco's Dark Escape 4D (which I only got a couple of minutes on as time was limited and there was always a line; excellent game but super pricey for the arcade op to buy), Pac-Man Smash, Snocross and Wizard of OZ Pinball. Here are more details as I put up on my site (shameless plug!). Pictures: http://arcadeheroes....-floor-batch-1/ http://arcadeheroes....ctures-batch-2/ http://arcadeheroes....ctures-batch-3/ Videos: http://arcadeheroes....-videos-part-1/ http://arcadeheroes....-videos-part-2/ Some of the game are already out there to play (Snocross is at many Dave & Busters locations), others will be out before too long. I would happily get a Wizard of Oz pinball although I don't really have the cash for that right now.
  8. I represent a group that is seriously looking into putting together a California Extreme style (though smaller) arcade & pinball convention in Phoenix, AZ. We already host an annual con (KoL Con) and we've been consulting with Dann Frank, one of the administrators of the Wild West Pinball Convention that took place back in the 90s, so we've got the chops to make this happen. Right now we're putting out feelers to see who'd be interested in attending, but more importantly who'd be willing to put up some of their pinball and/or arcade games for a weekend. Please let me know if you're interested and if so, how many games you could conceivably bring. Thanks, and If you know any other collectors please spread the word. Wes
  9. What retro games are you guys playing on Xbox live? got a few shmups including radiant silvergun, xevious, ikaruga and defender and some fighters like fatal fury and marvel vs capcom 2 Any recommendations would be cool
  10. Anyone in the Jacksonville area or nearby who might want some beer and benjamins to help me with my centipede upright cabinet and my phoenix cocktail cabinet (and possibly a pleadies cabinet, but not as high priority,) (descriptions at the bottom.) Thanks in advance, for reading this and your time. "number six" directed me to the villagebbs where I have posted and got some good general tips but no other replies. I am working to start an interactive arts museum, in Jacksonville, Florida. To me, arcade games are a large part of that. www.facebook.com/theimagic I will be displaying at the one spark event in jacksonville, florida, downtown. To promote the museum and gather funding. http://www.beonespark.com/registered_creators/118 The venue I am displaying at is 'The Phoenix Taproom,' and I would really love to have the phoenix cocktail working as part of the display there. Descriptions: The phoenix cocktail is my top priority, and I have not really had any time to examine it. IIRC all I had time to do was plug it in and see that I got no response. Pleiades works but the monitor fades/goes out. centipede details : I picked up the centipede recently from a local thrift, I couldn't pass up the condition it was. There is a tag inside it that says 'led out 6t' hope thats not a bad omen. This cab is in great shape for 30+ years old really clean inside too... Found a switch on the back that says 'cherry' on it that was taped in perma-on, but the tape came off. I re-taped the switch... Initially the marque and one coin slot lit up! Then I did my standard round of cleaning, cleaned mb edge connectors, checked all the couplings, visually checked all the fuses. Now not even the marque lights come one! gah! (So that is what I've had time for, so far.) (This text was copied from here, it has some pictures, too. http://www.atariage.com/forums/topic/204734-my-new-baby%3B-an-arcade-stand-up-centipede/
  11. Hello, I am a new member at Atariage despite my frequently viewing the site I would like to know other's opinions on which arcade ports are best so that I have an idea of what to purchase in the future In terms of best, accuracy does not bother me too much- as long as the game is enjoyable After searching online a bit, I have become interested in the following games: Battlezone Gravitar Phoenix Ms. Pac-Man Crystal Castles Joust and of course many more =) I own a few common ones such as Donkey Kong, Asteroids, Missile Command, and Popeye- its only that I hope to expand my library with my favorite genre of games; Arcade =D I would love to hear any comments, recommendations, or any other feedback Thanks in advance
  12. One other question since they seem to keep popping up for sale in my area. Was Kee Games Tank truly a two player only game or did it have a single player mode? I've had a couple pop up for a good deal in my area since the holidays with a third restored one offered a couple weeks ago. One reason why I passed on them was because of this question.
  13. I am pondering trying to look for a Night Driver cockpit sometime in the future here and I am wondering if this fiberglass game comes apart in the middle for transport and moving? I think I have seen pictures of these apart before for storage and such and there is a definite seam where the seat connects to the main unit. I would think that these almost had to be taken apart for moving to keep from damaging them.
  14. A song made entirely of sounds from the Q*Bert arcade machine:
  15. lulrik

    N'styl arcade

    From the album: lulrik collection

    My N'styl arcade JAMMA with Raiden 2

    © lulrik

  16. Papa

    West wall

    From the album: Custom Arcade

    This is the west wall of the arcade..

    © Jay "Papa" Caraway 2015

  17. Papa

    North wall

    From the album: Custom Arcade

    This is the north wall of the arcade..

    © Jay "Papa" Caraway 2015

  18. MAME 0.225 Whether it’s the Autumn harvest moon, or the ornamental plum blossoms are blowing in the Spring breeze, it’s time for something special: MAME 0.225 is out today! We’ve got some big updates that benefit everyone! First of all, MAME’s sound output system has been overhauled, with better sample rate conversion and mixing. This makes pretty much everything sound sweeter, but on top of that, the Votrax SC-01 speech synthesiser has been tuned up. Does anyone here speak Q*Bertese? SC-01 speech has been added to the Apple II Mockingboard card, too. While we’re talking about Apple II cards, Rhett Aultman has ported the CS8900A Crystal LAN Ethernet controller from VICE, allowing MAME to emulate the a2RetroSystems Uthernet card. Other across-the-board enhancements include more artwork system features (you’ll start to see this show up in external artwork soon), an option to reduce repeated warnings about imperfectly emulated features, and several internal improvements to make development simpler. Significant newly emulated system features include the Philips P2000T’s cassette drive from Erwin Jansen, the Acorn BBC Micro Hybrid Music 4000 Keyboard, internal boot ROM support for the WonderSwan hand-helds, and initial support for the NS32000 CPU. Newly emulated systems include several TV games from MSI based on arcade titles, a couple of Senario Double Dance Mania titles, Sun Mixing’s elusive Super Bubble Bobble, a location test version of Battle Garegga, a couple more versions of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, and three more Street Fighter II': Champion Edition bootlegs. Some of the immediately noticeable fixes this month include 15-bit graphics mode refinements for FM Towns from r09, gaps in zoomed sprites on Data East MLC and Seta 2 fixed by cam900, Galaga LED outputs lost during refactoring restored, and clickable artwork remaining clickable when rotated. As always, we can only fit a few highlights here, but you can read all the updates in the whatsnew.txt file, or get the source and 64-bit Windows binary packages from the download page. Read the rest of this entry »
  19. The auction house my friend works at received a bunch of misc. arcade pieces/parts from Cedar Point that are up for auction. https://auctions.graysauctioneers.com/auctions/1-2A85C0/the-cedar-point-auction?limit=96&search=arcade
  20. (I wasn't sure where I should post this, so correct me if I posted in the wrong thread.) Killer Clowns now available Steam!!! Killer Clowns is an electrifying combination of the arcade classic: Berzerk, and the cult classic film: Killer Klowns From Outer Space. With touches of elements from some of our favorite games like Dead Space and Super Smash TV, Killer Clowns is a tough-as-nails arcade experience from outta this world. Set in the distant future, Earth struggles for survival due to a shortage of resources. The Planetary Resource Importation Corporation vows to find a future for mankind. Hoping to discover planets rich with useful resources the Andromeda and its crew set to the stars. But rather than salvation, they found a circus from hell. Gameplay in Killer Clowns is very similar to Berzerk but with touches of more modern mechanics and ideas inspired by various other favorite retro games of ours. Players must carefully navigate their Cosmonaut through the labyrinth of a space station infested with mutated killer clowns to escape their imminent demise. As if that wasn't enough, the stations security system has been tripped and all of the walls have become electrified! Players will need to divert focus to both the positioning of their Cosmonaut and of the various bozos lurking around the corner. All you have to rely on is your wits and trusty blaster. KILLER CLOWNS FEATURES Addictive maze shooter gameplay! Fast paced action! Local Coop and Deathmatch! A brutal soundtrack by Dance With The Dead! A shocking experience with lots of freaky Clowns! Killer Clowns is sort of a passion project of ours. The Idea came to be when we were about 8 years old, my brother and I were talking with our cousin Ronald about the movie Killer Klowns from outer space when Ron mentioned how cool of a game that movie could make, and we spent a good portion of our day coming up with what we thought were awesome game designs. Little to say the game is a tad different than our original (8 year old) brainchild. But we like to think it turned out much better than we could have ever imagined. Side note: We disabled the fog you see in the trailer due to popular demand. (but it is in the options menu) Side side note: The Killer Clowns comic is nearly finished...follow us on facebook or twitter for updates, we will be releasing it for free on our website soon! Sincerely, Ettinsoft dev team Killer Clowns Steam page: Steam Ettinsoft website: Ettinsoft.com Killer Clowns Wikia page: Killer-clowns.fandom.com Killer Clowns Giant Bomb wiki: Giantbomb.com Killer Clowns launch trailer
  21. Arcade/MAME HSC 2019 Round 3: Millipede / Lady Bug Arcade/MAME HSC 2019 Round 1: Wizard of wor / Scramble Round 2: Bagman / Magic Sword Heroic Fantasy Round 3: Millipede / Lady Bug Round 4: Neo Geo Round 1 Round 5: Polish your armor Round 6: Hurt me a plenty Round 7: Sega Round Round 8: SHMUPS Round 9: Player´s favorite 2 Round 10: Street Brawler Round 11: Nimble as a Ninja Round 12: Neo Geo Round 2 Round 13: Round 14: Moderator favorite Round 15: Street Brawler 2 Round 16: Round 17: SHMUPS 2 Round 18: Polish your armor 2 Round 19: Standings After Round 2 (Bagman and Magic Sword Heroic Fantasy) Cynicaster 32 (+16) Leto27 30 (+20) youxia 30 (+14) zoyous 25 (+14) AtariWarlord 25 (+11) Floyd Turbo 14 (+11) hero2billions 14 (+11) jblenkle 11 (+6) roadrunner 11 (+2) patbb 7 Mangia-boy 4 Round 3 Millipede milliped.zip Millipede by Atari, 1982 MAME ROMset: milliped Dip Switches:: (Bonus 01X / Millipede head: easy / Bettle:easy / Lives: 3 / Bonus life: 15000 / Spider: Easy / Starting score select: off ) Number of credits: 1 credits Remember to play with the recommended settings, and do not use cheats or any kind of enhancements to take advantage Round ends August 11th @ midnight MDT Millipede: Scoring will be as follows: 10 Points for 1st 9 for 2nd 8 for 3rd and so forth Round 3 Lady Bug ladybug.zip Lady Bug by universal, 1981 MAME ROMset: ladybug Dip Switches Dafault: (Difficulty: easy / Lives: 3 ) Number of credits: 1 credits Remember to play with the recommended settings, and do not use cheats or any kind of enhancements to take advantage Round ends August 11th @ midnight MDTT Lady Bug: Scoring will be as follows: 10 Points for 1st 9 for 2nd 8 for 3rd and so forth
  22. Arcade/MAME HSC 2019 Round 1: Wizard of wor / Scramble Arcade/MAME HSC 2019 Round 1: Wizard of wor / Scramble Round 2: Player´s favorite 1 Round 3: Something is bugging me Round 4: Neo Geo Round 1 Round 5: Polish your armor Round 6: Hurt me a plenty Round 7: Sega Round Round 8: SHMUPS Round 9: Player´s favorite 2 Round 10: Street Brawler Round 11: As Nimble as a Ninja Round 12: Neo Geo Round 2 Round 13: Round 14: Moderator favorite Round 15: Street Brawler 2 Round 16: Round 17: SHMUPS 2 Round 18: Polish your armor 2 Round 19: Round 1 Wizard of wor wow.zip Wizard of wor by Williams MFG, 1980 MAME ROMset: wow Dip Switches: Default: (lives 3 for 1 credit / Bonus life after 3rd level) Number of credits: 1 credits Remember to play with the recommended settings, and do not use cheats or any kind of enhancements to take advantage Round ends July 14th @ midnight MDT Wizard of wor Scoring will be as follows: 10 Points for 1st 9 for 2nd 8 for 3rd and so forth Round 1 Scramble scramble.zip Scramble by Konami, 1981 MAME ROMset: scramble Dip Switches: Default: (lives 3 ) Number of credits: 1 credits Remember to play with the recommended settings, and do not use cheats or any kind of enhancements to take advantage Round ends July 14th @ midnight MDT Scramble Scoring will be as follows: 10 Points for 1st 9 for 2nd 8 for 3rd and so forth
  23. I'm not sure how well known Free Play Orlando is in the retro game community, but they have an event coming up in November that I'm thinking of attending. Since I live about 10-15 minutes away, it might be worth $25/$30 + $5 parking to check it out for 1 day. Attending as a vendor isn't all that expensive ($175 for an 8-foot table + internet + power outlet + 2 weekend passes). It might be fun to set up an upgraded ColecoVision Flashback unit as well as a Coleco ADAM or ColecoVision + Super Game Module and show off some of the newer releases. From the website: About Free Play Florida Free Play Florida 2017 is an exciting three day event that encompasses a complete Pinball, Arcade, and Console gaming experience. This November 17th thru the 19th, 2017 Free Play Florida is being held at the beautiful Doubletree Sea World by Hilton right off I-4 and International Drive. All of your classic and current pinball and arcade games will be on display for you to play, join the International Flipper Pinball Association (IFPA) sanctioned pinball tournament and compete with the best in the state of Florida, , sit in on our speaker panels that include industry icons, and visit our valued vendors selling parts, memorabilia, and some of the coolest themed art on the planet! http://wp.freeplayflorida.com/?page_id=1595 Vendor/Sponsor Information http://wp.freeplayflorida.com/?page_id=1480
  24. MAME 0.220 In a world of uncertainty, perhaps you can derive a little comfort from MAME 0.220, our delayed release for the March development cycle. This month has seen fixes for some old bugs in Final Star Force, Ribbit! and Night Slashers, emulation of Crab Grab (the other Game & Watch title with a colour overlay), the acquisition of Solite Spirits (an early version of what became 1945k III), and preliminary work on the Naruto TV game running on the XaviX 2 platform. There are some big software list updates this month, including a lot of Apple II software aimed at North Dakota schools, and the latest VGM music packs. Speaking of which, the VGM player can now show pretty visualisations while you listen. Newly supported peripherals include the Baby Blue II CPU Plus card for PC compatibles, serial and CP/M modules for the HP 85 and HP 86, more sound and disk expansions for the TI-99 family, the CoCo PSG cartridge, and a variety of 8-bit Acorn expansions. We’ve added ROM dumps for a lot of synthesisers in this release, and while most of them are not working yet, they’re there to tinker with if you’re interested. As always, you can get the source and 64-bit Windows binary packages from the download page.
  25. Back in 2015, I was granted permission to access the property of an old mini-golf fun center that had been sitting abandoned for nearly three years at that point in time. The fun center had operated from 1992 - 2012, when the owners defaulted on taxes and the place shut down for good. For my photography class final I decided to do an urban exploration piece, and I was EXTREMELY lucky to walk into the vacant relic of one of my favorite childhood places. Upon walking in, I was shocked to see that there were three games left, pushed into a corner of the game room. One of which was a Ms. Pac-Man machine, which I played time and again whenever I visited. However, I always wondered why it looked so...different. The cabinet, for one, is MASSIVE. The screen, from what I can recall, was far bigger than the arcade original, though it was still a vertical upright monitor. This game also possessed the speed chip, which if my memory is correct, was not added until sometime between my childhood and teenage years. I recall the game running at normal speed when I was a kid, though I could be wrong. But the cabinet itself has always intrigued me. Despite having "MIDWAY" plastered across the top above the screen, I wondered if this cabinet was actually a super-rare bootleg of sorts. I do know the control panel art is original Pac-Man art from a company called Willis (see below) So I have several theories on what this actual machine might be: 1. A official re-release by Midway in the 1990s, using leftover cabinets from other games they produced in an effort to liquidate unsold boards. 2. The cabinet itself is one where the owners can easily switch out arcade boards to classic games they have lying around, just to swap out a game from time to time and keeps their inventory fresh-ish, possibly made by Midway in the 90s. 3. The entire thing, board included, IS a bootleg game, though this wouldn't make much sense as the company that made it would have certainly been sued by Midway for using their logo in stickers. Does anyone else have any ideas? I'd love to hear them, and if anyone else has seen something like this out in the wild before. Before I left, I stuck a note with my contact information to whoever purchased the property in order to buy the game from them if they choose to sell it.
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