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  1. MAME 0.232 It’s time for MAME 0.232, and do we have a surprise for you! The incredibly rare Universal game Mrs. Dynamite has finally been found and dumped! This is an early example of a game where you place bombs to kill enemies that walk over them, showing Universal’s flair for cute characters and cutscenes. Mrs. Dynamite is believed to had performed poorly on location tests, and never had a widespread release. The graphics in the version that has been dumped don’t match what’s shown on flyers. Other arcade additions include Dokaben 2 and a prototype of Spinal Breakers. Namco racing games have taken a leap forward this month. Final Lap has its sprite chip hooked up subtly differently to later games on the System II platform, which had been causing graphical issues on the title screen. Lack of playback status register emulation in the C140 sound chip was causing issues with engine sounds in Final Lap, Suzuka 8 Hours, and Four Trax. The horizontal position of the road layer has also been adjusted to better match videos made using original hardware. A number of bug fixes allow previously unplayable Japanese home computer games, including µPD7220 issues affecting the Madou Monogatari games on PC-98, the missing 1-bit DAC sound on PC-98, broken sprites in Asuka 120% Burning Fest. on FM Towns, and background bugs on Sharp X68000. Mac media support continues to improve, with working CD-ROM drives on more Macs, and fixes for high density floppy drives. The V.Smile Smart Keyboard is now supported, in US, French, and German variants. Tim Lindner has continued to fix long-standing bugs in Tandy CoCo 3 emulation. Software list additions include Taiwanese Game Gear cartridges, Master System prototypes, a big batch of software for the Australian MicroBee series, and quite a few add-on ROMs for the Acorn BBC Micro. We’ve also got the latest Apple II floppy dumps and cracks, FM Towns floppies and CDs, and PC floppies. You can read all the development activity this month in the whatsnew.txt file, and the source and 64-bit Windows binary packages are right there on the the download page. Read the rest of this entry »
  2. Warning! May cause feels from nostalgia.
  3. So close to 100K. Rotate video to watch full vertical.
  4. Pac-Man is ported to so many systems. This Jakks pacific plug and play from 2007 is an excellent arcade port and includes other great Namco titles.
  5. Another game you won't find on Super Nintendo!
  6. From the album: Infographics

    The ghosts of Pac-Man, with some minor liberties taken for the sake of conformation. Know your enemy!

    © Illustration by The Eyeball Mural, no rights reserved. Namco intellectual properties belong to Bandai Namco Entertainment.

  7. Galaxian Arcade 1Up Partycade. Rotate the video to watch on your phone vertically full screen. Really like this machine and this game is always a challenge.
  8. I recently posted an article on my website about the video game compilations with the most number of games. As you'd expect, most of them feature classic titles from Atari, Activision, Midway and Infocom, but as someone who hasn't played an anthology in a while (I think the last one was probably the Capcom Classics series on the PlayStation Portable,) I was surprised to see that some of them feature dozens upon dozens of games. I leave the link here in case anyone would like to check out and please, any ideas, comments, corrections or feedback in general is more than welcome. Top 10: Massive Video Game Compilations
  9. In this 8 minute video I talk about how well this game plays and the first time I saw the arcade machine in a movie theater. The Atari logo in the beginning is amazing and I could watch that for 8 minutes. I would love to see Pac-Man on the Amico. I see so many Namco games on different consoles and plug and play's so I'm wondering if getting that license isn't too difficult. I would love a classic and re-imagined version!
  10. I got an Arcade 1Up Pac-Man Partycade for my birthday, 3 months early! In this video I am playing Galaga.
  11. This was part of a high score challenge but the best score I submitted was 43,950. Didn't get as much in this video but I still wanted to share some tips. If you're watching on your phone rotate the screen to watch it vertically.
  12. And this time so does everybody else!
  13. I never use these, so I'm selling off my Ace Combat 5 & 6 LE flight stick bundles. Both were purchased new by me and are 100% complete. I used the AC5 stick for about an hour max before I packed it up and never touched it again (liked playing with the dual shock instead). Never took the sticks for AC6 out of the box. I literally just opened it to get the game out and never touched it since. Both sticks are USB and PC compatible too. Just need to download the Saitek driver software. The Ace Combat 5 bundle comes also comes with the "Behind The Combat" promo dvd (sealed) and *BOTH* sets of patch tins (3 in each) which were Gamestop pre-order exclusives. The blue patches were crazy-hard to find...I went thru 5-6 tins before I found this set. Giant 'Wardog Squadron' patch and strategy guide included too. The AC6 bundle comes with the sticks, game, and 360 faceplate. Asking $150 + ship for each bundle.
  14. These plug and play consoles have all been tested and cleaned and work. They all have battery covers and clean battery compartments (no batteries included). I would like to get $3 each plus actual shipping costs. Please add $1 per transaction for paypal fees, or disregard if you use the friends/family option. I prefer to sell several at a time, but I am willing to sell just one. There is one Atari joystick and one Namco plug/play in the center of the first image that are $1 each with purchase. Both work, but the atari one is missing the battery cover and has a crack around the joystick ring, and the namco joystick makes lots of clicking/clunky noises. Contact me for shipping costs, it will ship from zipcode 45005 USPS. RED X INDICATES IT HAS SOLD
  15. Happy Friday and happy 40th to Pac-Man, the first video game I ever saw. I watched my brother play the arcade machine at a movie theater when I was five years old. In the first pic is a t-shirt from Five Below by Rubik's that I got for $5. In the second pic is the best 2nd generation console port which happens to be on Intellivision. 🍒🍓🍎
  16. As a way to gather feedback for future versions of the Blast! products, and to not muddy up the other threads, I wanted to start a dedicated topic for the Blast! family of products. While this year the focus for these low-cost products is on the mainstream market and fun for the average consumer/families versus something that specifically meets the needs of the retro gaming crowd, we hope to incorporate more features in the future that will appeal to that group at the same low price point. While we want to hear even the obvious stuff that we're already targeting for the future (perfect emulation, increased resolution and sharpness, etc.), we also want to hear any of the less obvious feedback. So let it fly! Also, please use this as an opportunity to discuss the current products, even though again, we realize they're not being targeted to the retro gaming crowd for this year. The official Website is here: https://blast.atgames.net/ (includes manuals and game lists) The current Blast! products announced so far (https://blast.atgames.net/blast_family): Bandai Namco Flashback Blast! Bandai Namco Flashback Blast! (Walmart exclusive) Atari Flashback Blast! vol. 1 Atari Flashback Blast! vol. 2 Atari Flashback Blast! vol. 3 (Walmart exclusive) Activision Flashback Blast! Player 2 Blast! Controller
  17. Got this very cool Pac-Man Arcade Figure by Coleco in excellent condition and an unexpected bonus item!
  18. These two games would probably be a good fit for the 7800. They have similar hardware, though one is 8080-based and the other 6502. Tank Battalion (similar to "Tanks but No Tanks" on the 2600) Warp Warp King and Balloon All were created by Namco some time around 1980 and have been ported to the MSX where they have more 78-like screen dimensions. A sort of sequel to Warp Warp called "Warpman" appeared on the Famicom and might also be a good candidate for the 78. Coding games is a bit out of my league though. :/
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