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  1. Prices do not include shipping. Will also consider trades - feel free to message with any offers, thanks! TI-99 - $15 Alpiner (cib) Munch Man (ci) Sega Master System - $70 Double Dragon (cib) Montezuma’s Revenge (cb) NES War on Wheels (repro cart) - $25 NIB set of two NES controllers, still sealed - offer?
  2. Hello, All! Going to use this thread for news, support, and feature requests for iNES, my NES and Famicom emulator. The free Windows and Linux versions of iNES can be found here: http://fms.komkon.org/iNES/ The Android version is available from the Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fms.ines If you have any questions about NES hardware or the .NES file format, general information can be found here: http://fms.komkon.org/EMUL8/NES.html If you have not used iNES in the past, do give it a try. If you are an iNES user and have questions or suggestions, please, post them to this thread. Marat
  3. I have to admit, this is one of the better obscure NES games around. Hell, I'm still impressed with how Taito and Natsume were able to transition Bob and Jim from single screen arenas to the side scroller format. What are your thoughts on this NES-only sequel to an arcade game.
  4. Hello all! I'm a second year Computer Engineering Student and my summer project is creating a modifiable NES controller using only the chip on the Arduino UNO. I was able to get my controller to interface with the console by connecting the two external interrupts to the NES's LATCH and PULSE lines. For those who may not be familiar, the NES uses a shift register that holds the inputs from the controller. (I simulated this in the registers of the CPU) 60 times a second, the LATCH lines grabs the current inputs, and outputs the first of 8 bits. Then the PULSE line goes high 8 times, and on each rising-edge the next bit of the output byte is sent to the console until the final pulse signifies the end of the sequence. What I'm trying to do is add the ability to record, then play back a run of inputs to the game. I have added a button and indicator LED to enter record/playback mode, and that part is working fine. I keep track of time by using one byte to count the number of latches. After latch 255, it resets back to 0 and adds a "NO-INPUT" entry to the recording if there were no input changes for the 0 - 255 cycle. I'm recording inputs by only recording input CHANGES during the LATCH ISR, and the latch count that the change occurred on. This then gives me a time and a mask that I can EX-OR to a starting "NO-INPUT". The problem I'm having is with the recording, it's very inconsistent. Sometimes every input is recorded, but the lengths of time between changes are very wrong. Sometimes, inputs are missed altogether. If I playback the recording, it executes the same way every time, so I don't think it's a problem with the playback function. I've tried using the chip's USART and a terminal on my computer to get some data from the chip that I can use to debug, but the multitude of interrupts seems to be messing with both the data being sent to the terminal and the data sent to the NES console. My two questions are this: What could be causing this issue with (seemingly) recording the data. And what can I do to debug this issue that doesn't require USART? Here's a GitHub repo with all of my code. I included the USART files I wrote even though they aren't used in the application. Thanks!
  5. MAME 0.234 Hi everyone! After four busy weeks, MAME 0.234 is ready! Newly supported systems include Runaway (a licensed version of Sega’s Head On made by Sun Electronics), Konami’s Magical Twin Bee (the European version of Twin Bee Yahhoo!), and Tronica’s LCD hand-held Spider (same program as Space Mission, but with different artwork). Although it was added last month, VS Mahjong Triangle is now working. This is a rare early example of a mahjong game supporting two simultaneous single-player games, or a two-player game – a format popularised a decade later by Psikyo’s Taisen Hot Gimmick. There have been two significant sets of improvements for 3D arcade games this month: rewritten 3dfx Voodoo Graphics emulation, giving significant performance gains in many cases, and continued development on Konami’s ZR017 and GTI Club hardware. Although not directly related to 3D graphics, bug fixes for the Fujitsu TGP DSP make Motor Raid more playable. We haven’t forgotten 2D arcade games – Namco racing games have seen another round of fixes for missing or incorrectly positioned sprites, and missing sprites are now drawn in Data East’s Chanbara. For home systems, our friend kmg has been hard at work adding support for pirate NES/Famicom cartridges, and Brian Johnson has fixed a couple of video issues on the Epson QX-10. Kelvin Sherlock added support for the LANceGS card, providing another networking option for Apple II users. You can read about everything that’s been going on in the whatsnew.txt file, and the source and 64-bit Windows binary packages are available from the download page. Read the rest of this entry »
  6. First, just like many of my other postings here USA address and Paypal only please. This is my Nintendo NES, it has NESRGB board connected to a Nintendo multi av out port, so cables are convenient. It can do "enhanced" composite output S-video RGBS It has had its original 72 pin connector cleaned and resprung (but its a front loader so...) Its CIC lockout chip disabled Its original internal voltage regulator replaced Electrolytic caps replaced on the motherboard Expansion audio routed to the NESRGB board and mixed NESRGB board installed Nintendo MultiAV out connector installed Palette switch installed Case painted (cause it was beyond retrobrite and magic eraser) Comes with Console Tomee Aftermarket dogbone controller controller 9 volt DC power supply, switching power supply from Digikey (and its not a wall wart) Nintendo MultiAV out to composite or svideo + audio cable Nintendo MultiAV out to RGB + Audio SCART cable On the point of painted case, the top is painted metallic flake "aluminum" with the black stripe going from front to back. The bottom of the case is painted a dark metallic grey, the labels are re-applied with printable water-side decals, and under several (thin) coats of lacquer. I am not a pro painter, I am a dude standing in his driveway with an old TV tray, some Kyron, and watching the wind. There are defects in the paint (mostly trash) that the camera can not pick up... its not a huge deal but its not a close inspection Museum piece, its a half meter "that's neat" Asking 300$ (OBO or Trade for computer's) USA + Paypal only ... shipped
  7. A new game on some old hardware (that's familiar around here).
  8. Hello there! Please take a look at my stuff. All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. If you need more information or more pics, please, e-mail me before you buy. Thanks for watching. Regards, Alex. 1. Very rare "Dendy Junior II (2)" 8-bit console Famicom compatible by famous russian company "Steepler". Made in Taiwan in 90's by "TXC Corporation". The console has been tested and works with all Famicom and Famicom compatible cartridges. PLEASE NOTE! PAL region console (50Hz, Input AC 220V, Output DC 9V 850mA!). This lot includes: - original box (used condition, please see pics); - original foam (cracked, please see pics); - console with two gamepads (very good condition, please see pics); - RF unit (acceptable oxodized condition); - RF cable; - AC power adaptor (PLEASE NOTE! INPUT AC 220V, OUTPUT DC 9V 850mA!); - manual/instruction and warranty card. Price: $250 $230 $200, including international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. 2. Very rare "Subor SB-225" 8-bit console Famicom compatible by famous russian company "Steepler". Made in China in 90's by "Subor". The console has been tested and works with all Famicom and Famicom compatible cartridges. PLEASE NOTE! PAL region console (50Hz, Input AC 220V, Output DC 9V 850mA!). This lot includes (Full ultimate bundle): - original box (used condition, please see pics); - original foam (good used condition, please see pics); - console with two gamepads (very good condition, please see pics); - light gun (good condition); - game cartridge (good condition); - RF unit (good condition); - RF cable; - AC power adaptor (PLEASE NOTE! INPUT AC 220V, OUTPUT DC 9V 850mA!); - manual/instruction and warranty card. Price: $400 $350 $320, including international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. 3. Very rare "Dendy Classic II (2)" 8-bit console Famicom compatible by famous russian company "Steepler". Made in Taiwan in 90's by "TXC Corporation". The console has been tested and works with all Famicom and Famicom compatible cartridges, BUT GAMEPADS DON'T WORK (board replacement required). PLEASE NOTE! PAL region console (50Hz, Input AC 220V, Output DC 9V 850mA!). This lot includes: - NO CARDBOARD COVER! - original foam (cracked, please see pics); - console (very good condition, please see pics); - two gamepads (PLEASE NOTE! GAMEPADS DON'T WORK! Board replacement required); - RF unit (good condition); - RF cable; - AC power adaptor (PLEASE NOTE! INPUT AC 220V, OUTPUT DC 9V 850mA!); - manual/instruction and warranty card. Price: $450 $400, including international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. 4. Brand new & factory sealed "Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Nintendo Classic Mini)" console in European PAL design. First 2017 revision. Price: $200 $190 $180, including international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. 5. Brand new & factory sealed PS Vita games & memory cards. European versions, including for Russia. All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed - $45 $40; - Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate - $60 $55; - Resistance: Burning Skies - $65 $60; - Wipeout 2048 - $65 $60; - Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time - $55 $50; - The Jak & Daxter Trilogy - $60 $55; - Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition - $55 $50; - Invizimals: The Alliance - $30 $25; - LittleBigPlanet - $45 $40; - Rayman Origins - $40 $35; - Lego Legends of Chima: Laval's Journey - $40 $35; - Lego The Lord of the Rings - $40 $35; - Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 - $70 $65; - Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two - $65 $60; - Memory Card for PlayStation Vita 4GB - $25 $20; - Memory Card for PlayStation Vita 4GB - $40 $35. 6. 8-bit Famicom compatable BIG TV GAME cartridges. All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - 16 (4?) in 1 - $30; - 21 (4?) in 1 - $30; - Super Hik 23 (6?) in 1 - $30; - Super Hik 23 (6?) in 1 - $35; - Super Hik 23 (6?) in 1 - $35; - 96 (7?) in 1 - $25; - 1000 (8?) in 1 - $30; - 1500 (15?) in 1 - $30; - 9999999 (7?) in 1 - $30; - 2 in 1: Joe & Mac, Sonic Prince (Banana Prince hack) - $35; - 2 in 1: Adventure Island, Mickey Mouse - $35; - 2 in 1: Prince Of Persia, The Little Mermaid - $25; - 2 in 1: Batman, Kickmaster - $35; - 3 in 1: Battletoads, NBA, X-Men - $40; - 3 in 1: Battletoads & Double Dragon, X-Men, Metal Gear - $45; - 4 in 1: Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2, Samurai Pizza Cats, Darkwing Duck, Tiny Toon Adventures - $40; - Super Hik 4 in 1: Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, TMNT 1, Red Pig (TaleSpin hack), Yo! Noid - $35; - 4 in 1: Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2, Darkwing Duck, Samurai Pizza Cats, Tiny Toon Adventures - $25; - 4 in 1: Darkwing Duck, Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2, Tom & Jerry & Tuffy, The Ren & Stimpy Show - $25; - 4 in 1: TMNT Tournament Fighters, NY Nyankies, Darkwing Duck, The Young Indiana Jones - $35; - Super Hik 6 in 1: Contra, 1944, The Little Mermaid, DuckTales 2, Super Contra, 1943 - $45; - Castle Of Dragon - $25; - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers - $40; - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2 - $40; - Chip 'n Dale 3 (Heavy Barrel hack) - $40; - Darkman - $35; - DuckTales - $35; - Elevator Action - $35; - RocoCop 3 - $45; - Samurai Pizza Cats - $30; - Street Fighter VI 16 Peoples (Bootleg fighting game) - $40; - Strider - SOLD; - The Flintstones The Surprise at Dinosaur Peak! - $50; - The Little Mermaid - $35; - TMNT - $40; - Warpman - $20; 7. 8-bit Famicom compatable game cartridges. All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - 7 in 1 - $20 $15 - 12 (4?) in 1 - $20 $15; - 21 (4?) in 1 - $25 $20; - 35 (5?) in 1 - $30 $25; - 35 (5?) in 1 - $25 $20; - 58 (6?) in 1 - $20 $15; - 64 (5?) in 1 - $20 $15; - 150 (8?) in 1 - $35 $30; - Super Hik 300 (5?) in 1 - $35 $30; - 300 (7?) in 1 - $25 $20; - 500 (6?) in 1 - $20 $15; - 500 (6?) in 1 - $25 $20; - 600 (8?) in 1 - $20 $15; - 999 (4?) in 1 - $25 $20; - 999 (4?) in 1 - $20 $17; - 9999 (5?) in 1 (From Lifa Famiclone bundle) - $35 $30; - 9999 (5?) in 1 - $35 $30; - 2 in 1: The New Ghostbusters 2 & Felix Vs. Jerry (Tiny Toon hack) - $40 $35; - 2 in 1: Blades Of Steel & Castlevania (Broken board holders, without the ability to save - no battery) - $40 $35; - 2 in 1: Blades Of Steel & Prince Of Persia - $35 $30; - 2 in 1: Blades Of Steel & Trojan - $35 $30; - 2 in 1: Blades Of Steel & Castle Of Dragon - $35 $30; - Chip 'n Dale 3 (Heavy Barrel hack) & The New Ghostbusters 2 - SOLD; - The Addams Family & Panic Restaurant (Japan version) - $55 $50; - 4 in 1: Hogan's Alley, Macross, Wild Gunman & Duck Hunt - $35 $25; - 7 in 1: Street Fighter 2010, Alien 3, Contra Force, Moster In My Pocket (Batman & Flash sprites), TMNT Tournament Fighters, Captain America and the Avengers, Joe & Mac - $50 $45; - 1945 (Sky Shark hack) - SOLD; - Aladdin (SNES hack) - $40 $35; - American Gladiators - $25 $20; - Attack of the Killer Tomatoes - $35 $30; - Barbie - $25 $20; - Batman - $30 $25; - Captain America and the Avengers - $25 $20; - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers (japanese version) - $35 $30; - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2 - $40 $35; - Contra 4 in 1 (with the ability to choose weapons) - $40 $35; - Contra 4 in 1 (with the ability to choose weapons) - $25 $20; - Contra 6 (Contra Force) - $45 $40; - Digger T. Rock - $30 $25; - The Fantastic Adventures Of Dizzy - SOLD; - DJ Boy (Roller Games hack) - $25 $20; - Disneyland Adventures 2 (Doki! Doki! Yuuenchi: Crazy Land Daisakusen) - $40 $35; - Double Dragon 2 - $25 $20; - Double Dragon 2 - $20 $15; - Double Dragon 3 - $15 $10; - Bram Stoker's Dracula - $40 $35; - F1 Hero 2 - $20 $15; - Godzilla - $30 $20; - Great Tank - $25 $20; - Home Alone 2 - $25 $20; - James Bond Jr. - $30 $25; - Jungle Book - $25 $20; - Nekketsu Kakuto Densetsu - $25 $20; - New Ghostbusters 2 - $30 $25; - Ninja Gaiden 3 (japanese version) - $40 $35; - NY Nyankies - $30 $25; - Prince Of Persia - $40 $35; - RoboCop - $25 $20; - Spartan X 2 - SOLD; - Tecmo World Cup Soccer - $25 $20; - The Flintstones The Surprise at Dinosaur Peak! - $60 $55; - Tiny Toon 4 (?) - $25 $20; - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project (broken board holders) - $40 $35; - Tom & Jerry and Tuffy - $25 $20; - Top Gun 2 - $25 $20; - Werewolf - $30 $25; - World Games (broken board holders) - $15 $10; 7. Rare brand new PC games (shmup's). All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - Imperishable Night - $40 $35; - Phantasmagoria Of Flower View - $40 $35; - Subterranean Animism - $40 $35; - The Embodiment Of Scarlet Devil - $40 $35. 8. Rare brand new & sealed Sega Dreamcast region free games (shmup's). All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - Dux Version 1.5 - $75 $70; - Fst Striker - $90 $85; - Last Hope: Pink Bullets - $90 $85; - Sturmwind - $75 $70.
  9. Week two of Homebrew Review!
  10. What a way to kick off the latest round of the Retro Swap Box!
  11. And I do plan to jailbreak it in a future video.
  12. Hey everyone, I am trying to sell some extras i have for genesis, atari 2600, nes and N64. Nothing too spectacular, just want to make room for other things. Asking interested people to write me with offers, I will give free shipping if its over 50 dollars, depending on where its going. Pics available here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1GiE8zfFSz9GHE8svv-LLZXgq2w7zRY86?usp=sharing Sega Genesis, all CIB 2020 Super Baseball Road Rash Championship Bowling (need to take new pic of this) Pac-Mania Atari 2600 Star Wars empire strikes back - has manual Lady Bug (atari age custom) - has manual NES Wheel of Fortune w vanna white - has manual Urban Champion - has manual Dragon Warrior - has manual Super Dodgeball - has manual Spy Hunter - has manual Jeopardy - has manual Cabal - has manual Mappy - CUSTOM CART - no manual Golf - has manual 10 Yard fight - no manual Monopoly - has both manuals - need to take pic of this Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego - has regular manual (no book) - need to take pic of this N64 - all loose Wcw vs nwo world tour WWF Wrestlemania 2000 Nintendo Switch Bubble Bobble 4 friends - complete with case (game did not ever have a manual, i dont think any switch games do)
  13. Ok, it doesn’t look very ‘estethical’ but it’s very functional: - from right to left: 1) Atari 5200 2) Atari 7800 NTSC 3) Famicom 4) NES 6) Sega Master dual 50 Hz + 60 Hz (Fm chipped) 7) Atari 7800 Secam/Pal
  14. I had this machine for a very long time in my collection of weird clone hardware, this one is probably among my rarest ones. Is a 64k pc similar to an commodore 64, that has a famicom built in, its a weird specimen even for famiclone standard, it uses a specific 5v ac adapter, wich makes some games have sound error's and visual glitches. Uses nes ports for the controllers, and has an expansion port that i still have no clue whats for, i have two of these but this is the only one that i have that has a fully working keyboard, the machine was bought in 1992 from a magazine number in CDMX, is a very interesting piece of clone hardware, and the last of the 3 bit corp computers. Im thinking about trading it for other weird clone console, or maybe another Gentry sufami clone to fix mine, if someone is interested pm Anyway, has someone ever heard of these computers by BitCorp before?
  15. For sale are the following items. Paypal only, please All items will be safely and securely shipped - I will cover the shipping (CONUS only, sorry). All items are coming from a smoke/pet-free home. All items have been tested and are working good. Please assume that it is the original battery in any carts that may contain a battery for saving progress. Please see pictures - any further questions shoot me a PM Sega Genesis bundle $100 (includes Genesis system, RF module, power adapter, one controller, and the following games: Alien 3- CIB Centurion - CIB Kid Chameleon- CIB Mortal Combat- CIB Flashback- CIB World Series Baseball- CIB Virtua Racing (box and cart only - no manual) Ghouls n Ghosts- cart only Awesome Possum- cart only WWF Super Wrestlemania- cart only Art of Fighting- cart only Aladdin- cart only X-Men- cart only Batman Forever- cart only The Lion King- cart and manual ECS w/ World Series Major League Baseball, Mindstrike and Mr. Basic $100 Tested and working ECS in very good shape. Comes with power adapter, WSMLB cart and 2 overlays (no manual), Mindstrike cart, 1 overlay and manual, Mr. Basic Meets Bits 'N Bytes cart, 2 overlays and manual NES game lot $65 All are cartridge only Bubble Bobble Super Mario Brothers 3 Ikari Warriors Karnov Baseball Stars Jackal Nintendo World Cup Rad Racer Skate or Die 2 Rush 'N Attack TNMT II The Arcade Game Bionic Commando 1942 Kung Fu Sesame Street ABC & 123 Atari 5200 Rescue on Fractalus CIB and Space Shuttle w/one overlay and manual $30.00 (for both) Used DVD Lot - ALL OF THESE for $40.00 Kolchak: The Night Stalker complete TV series King of the Hill - complete seasons 4-6 Christopher Lee - 4 Dracula movies. New! (DVD is still in the shrink wrap) Aliens - Blu-Ray The Return of the Living Dead - Blu-Ray
  16. A lot of people on a certain fighting games enthusiast websites says the NES Advantage was a better constructed joystick than the Beeshu SuperStick. I thought the Beeshu was automatically better because it was the only one that had what I was looking for a right-handed fightstick, a back then they were called joysticks because they weren't specifically for fighting games and yes I try to use a joystick in every game that doesn't require either a analog joystick or pad ergonomics. (Shoulder buttons). Since very few people understood my pain on that website about having to get a custom stick for the Sega Genesis just to be able to play Street Fighter 2 New Challengers and way more people understand it at atariage just because of the fact that way more if you had their childhood arcade quarters plunked before the crash. The question I'm try to figure out is whether or not the only Advantage the Beeshu had was right handedness. I receive you primarily play video games with left stick if given a choice you have a choice between the NES advantage and the Beeshu Superstick. I assume most people who preferred right stick bought a Beeshu. but I'm trying to figure out how many left-stick people preferred Beeshu because the Beeshu was constructed better than the advantage. plus how many people that were right stick wish they had a right stick version of the advantage because they thought that had the better construction but thought Ergonomics trumps construction. Most people on at fighter site didn't even mention the word Beeshu until I brought it in that site's vocabulary. They thought the only option was Advantage or import. I left the option for any other joystick you thought was the best construction. I severely doubt any of the other pretenders got as high marks as Advantage or Beeshu, but there are all types of people in the world otherwise there wouldn't be a need for custom joysticks even in the 90s when I had to go to a handicap goods place in California to get it made.
  17. gulps

    Nes compare palette set1

    NES Palette comparison by Wavebeam.

    © http://wavebeam.blogspot.com.es/2017/03/wavebeam-nes-palette.html

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