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  1. 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
  2. We just launched the KS for the game. Finally after many years. Here is the link: http://kck.st/361a4Pv If you want more background info, check out the story in the campaign. If you still have any questions, let me know. I'll be checking and updating this thread periodically. Thanks!
  3. I periodically check the wondrous compilation site www.romhacking.net for various translations and hacks of old-school games. NES is primarily what I look for there, as the scene is basically unlike any other. Here are some recent ones from this year that caught my eye, and were not another Zelda/SMB/Mega-Man hack... One category that pops up a lot are older games being converted to MMC5 from MMC1, for better performance. This has been done more and more for early SNES games, which had slowdown. I'm not sure if there's a point for these NES games. Compatibility with emulators is sketchy though. Games converted include Double Dragon, Journey to Silius, Castlevania II: Simon's Quest, Dragon Warrior, Dragon Warrior II, Dragon Warrior III, Monster Party, Predator, Dick Tracy, The Goonies II, and Top Gun. Here's a fascinating one, a hack of Mottomo Abunai Deka. This is a game based on a Japanese TV show; however, the show is actually a rip-off of Miami Vice, the 80's hit! The author used an English translation of the original game, and changed the font, pieces of dialogue, and even changed sprites and cut scenes! Talk about what-if. Then we have Mr. Gimmick, a Japanese game that features a character which behaves a heck of a lot like Kirby, which appeared for the first time in 1992 as well. So somebody hacked Gimmick into Kirby, of course. There's probably no single BIGGER comic book character these days than Deadpool. Even though the first appearance was back in 1991, a fairly well done and reviewed hack was released that uses Ninja Gaiden. It's a fullscale image hack complete with DP-centric cutscenes! A real stinker on the NES was Activision's port of Ghostbusters; awful game. Well it was hacked a few times, culminating in Ghostbusters Remastered (The Real), which best I can tell, seems to use sprites from Famicom game The New Ghostbusters 2, while making performance, control, bug, and gameplay corrections. Battle City, which I think is now working in the Everdrive N8, was modded to run with the 4-player devices. How about a big graphical update to a "Big Trouble in Little China" hack of Bad Dudes? You betcha! Did you know that Sunsoft was going to release a game based on The Terminator? The license went to Mindscape, which sold a pile of crap. Sunsoft released their game (with changes) as Journey to Silius. Well, there have been several releases of the hack to transform it "back" into the one based on the Arnie hit. Here's the latest, which was well received. One of the best NES hackers goes by the handle "pacsacdave," including several I've already listed, and a cute one he did was to add Mario Kart sprites to R.C. Pro-Am! pacsacdave also translated quite a few games to English. Japanese to English included Pizza Pop!, Famicom Wars, and Nantettatte!! Baseball. He also did Chinese bootlegs like Tom & Jerry 3, The Legend of Zelda: San Shen Zhi Li (A Link to the Past clone), and Bio Hazard (Resident Evil clone).
  4. I've got some game manuals for sale, primarily Atari 8-bit and video game systems but also some NES and Sega Genesis. If you're interested in one or more, shoot me a PM and I can get you pictures and we can have a conversation about price. Discounts are certainly available if you'd like more than one manual. Here's the list. I also have some game boxes for sale, sprinkled in as marked throughout the list. Game boxes are "new old stock" unless otherwise indicated. Atari XE (and related 8-bit) Ace of Aces XE (used box + manual) Barnyard Blaster XE SOLD Battlezone XE Bug Hunt XE SOLD Crossbow XE Crystal Castles XE SOLD Fight Night XE Lode Runner XE Missile Command XE Battle Chess F-15 Strike Eagle Frogger The Pharaoh's Curse Springer Tennis Atari 7800 Alien Brigade (used box + manual) Asteroids (x2) Ballblazer Centipede (x2) Choplifter Crossbow Crystal Quest Featuring Bentley Bear (Homebrew; box only) Dark Chambers (used box + manual) Dig Dug FailSafe (Homebrew) Fight Night (used box only) Food Fight Galaga (used box + manual) Hat Trick Impossible Mission (French) Joust SOLD Karateka SOLD K.C. Munchkin! (Homebrew) Mario Bros. SOLD Motor Psycho (French) Motor Psycho (German) Ms. Pac-Man SOLD Ninja Golf SOLD One-on-One SOLD Planet Smashers Rampage Robotron: 2084 (x3) Super Huey Winter Games Atari 7800 Advantage poster (x6) Atari 2600 Air Raiders Asteroids AstroBlast Barnstorming Battlezone Boxing Breakout Crossbow Crystal Castles (color Atari Corp. version) Desert Falcon Freeway Home Run (Color Atari Inc. version) Home Run (B&W Atari Corp. version) Indy 500 XE (Homebrew) Journey Escape Joust (Color Atari Corp. version) Kangaroo (B&W Atari Corp. version) Kung-Fu Master (PAL version) Mario Bros. (original version) Maze Craze MegaMania Midnight Magic Moon Patrol Q*bert Resident Evil: Trapped in the Haunted House (custom box for Haunted House; box only) Star Ship Star Voyager Summer Games Super Challenge Baseball Super Challenge Football Video Checkers (B&W Atari Corp. version) Atari 2600 Owner's Manual (x3 all for Vaders; two color and one B&W) Atari VCS Catalog Green "43 Games" 1981 (x3) Atari VCS Catalog Red "45 Games" 1981 (x4) Atari VCS Catalog Red "49 Games" 1982 (x4) Activision Catalog Spring 1982 Activision Catalog Summer 1982 Coleco VCS Games Catalog 1982 Atari Force Comic Book Vol. 1 No. 1 1982 Atari Force Comic Book Vol. 1 No. 3 1982 Atari Jaguar Attack of the Mutant Penguins (Box + manual) Alien vs. Predator Fever Pitch Soccer (box only) Iron Soldier (box only) Iron Soldier 2 (CD version) Missile Command 3D (box + manual) Myst Jag CD (box only) Pitfall (box + manual) Raiden (x2) Ruiner Pinball (box + manual) Super Burnout (box only) Tempest 2000 SOLD Wolfenstein 3d Zool 2 (box only) Jaguar User's Guide (console manual) Nintendo Entertainment System Adventures in the Park Dragon Warrior Metroid Mickey Mousecapade Predator Spy Hunter Sega Genesis Arcade Classics College Football USA 96 FIFA Soccer 95 The Jungle Book Jungle Strike Ms. Pac-Man Sonic & Knuckles Sonic Spinball Urban Strike EA Sports 1996 Catalog Sonic the Hedgehog Poster Golf Magazine's 36 Great Holes (Sega 32X) Knuckles Chaotix (Sega 32X) Space Harrier (Sega 32X) Sol-Feace (Sega CD) SOLD
  5. I know most people don't like the Japanese version, Cause of iit being the same as the 1st one & it's hard But I love this Game
  6. I have just bought one Hypershot controller model JE506. It looks like they belong to young Wolverine and Sabertooth, lol! I have made some measurements with a multimeter and compared with information available on NesDev Wiki. The schematic of the controller is on the attached picture. There is a small difference from the measurements to the information on NesDev wiki
  7. Alright, so I broke my NES a couple of months ago (it's a long story) and I've been looking for a NES to play my games on and I found this thing on ebay for $25 (including shipping) and i said "what the heck i might as well check it out". After waiting about 4 days, it came into the mail today and I was pretty excited to see what a $25 NES would have in store. So In the box you get: 1. System 1. A/V Cable 1. Power Adapter 2. Controllers So I hook it up to my CRT and pop in Super Mario Bros and already there's a huge problem, it sounds like nesticle. Everything was in a different pitch and Sounded like Mario ate one too many mushrooms, after I was done with that vaporwave version of Super Mario Bros I decided to play some Ninja Gaiden 2 on the system and guess what? There was little to no difference between playing on an original NES and playing it on this NOAC system! After being happy my $25 NOAC system wasn't nesticle in a box I played every game I have in my collection and they all worked, except one and that was Ninja Gaiden 1. So out of all 8 of my games 6 work (seemingly) perfectly, 1 has bad sound and 1 doesn't work at all. The controllers are really above average. They're like if Nintendo made brand new NES controllers but rounded. Overall I give this system an 8/10. This system is a decent NOAC Clone System and it's perfect for someone who just started collecting for the NES but doesn't want to spend $60-$80+ for an original NES. even though it has poor sound quality on some games and May have some terrible compatibility issues it still gets the job done and plays most of the essentials. Basically its like McDonalds, its not the best but it gets the job done.
  8. Hi all I'm thinking about releasing the OST of Sydney Hunter and the Caverns of Death (when the game is released for Colecovision), but I want to make a very high end release even if is only digital. My first idea was a Caverns Of Death OST with the music of every port of the game. But I think "Why not making a ENORMOUS RELEASE with the music of Sacred Tribe too and with music of at least 6 systems, an acoustic track and a bonus ROM with serial for the first 25 orders?". Basically like 60 tracks (or more) So, my idea is the next one: Sydney Hunter Definitive OST! - Sydney Hunter and the Shrine Of Perils music of Intellivision - Sydney Hunter and the Sacred Tribe OST music of Intellivision, MSX, NES. - Sydney Hunter and the Caverns of Death OST music of Colecovision, Sega Master System FM Sound, Gameboy. - A special acoustic song of Sydney Hunter and Sacred Tribe. - First 25 orders gets a ROM with the OST of both games for Intellivision. (Yes, even the Caverns Of Death music!) - Digital release, high quality FLAC files without compression. - Physical release? If the people wants, sure! Any ideas? Anybody is interested? Thanks for reading c:
  9. It's absurd that they wouldn't release this game in the U.S. -- tonight see it yourself at 8 PM ET!
  10. Hi, I've made the decision to thin out my console collection and move over to emulation. US buyers only. Here is what's up for sale first (shipping from 27707 is included): AV Famicom. Comes with a new PSU, original AV cable, and a Japanese (short wire) dogbone controller. Asking $120. No games are included.
  11. Various good stuff I'll be sad to part with, all items are loose and without retail packaging, suggested prices not including shipping, Nintendo Bioforce Ape prototype reproduction cartridge $40 Atari Telemach 200 joystick - import with IL arcade components, switch for Amiga compatibility $85 Vectrex Control panel $80 Minestorm overlay $30 Star Castle overlay $35 Original Lightpen with all three lightpen cartridges $160 Debuzz kit and Cap kit $40 .. I also have not pictured a never assembled Rolo's Vectrex controller .. I have the lightpen game manuals but I haven't decided to include them yet Spikes Circus and Vectrex Logo PCB reissues maybe for sale. Debris Revisited maybe for sale.
  12. How do you remove the Twin Famicom AN-505 low pass filter without causing the 2C33 audio to become extremely loud?
  13. List (Google Docs Spreadsheet) There's lists for other systems in there as well, but currently just after the ones in the title. Paypal only. Be sure to include pics of your offers. I need front, top, and back label shots.
  14. 8-Bit buddies 8-Bit themed classic trading card stickers. 80 stickers in series 1. Preorder a box now on kickstarter http://www.kickstart...g-card-stickers
  15. This is my modified sharp twin famicom. I added the following: True RGB with no jailbars or video interference. Using a rgb ppu chip from an arcade unit. True S-video with no jailbars or video interference. A N64 multi av port. Removed the low pass filter to remove audio muffle on the default audio circuit. A switch on the back to switch between the default audio circuit and the f-labo kit audio circuit. The expansion connector has been replaced with a standard connector so it's easy for me to wire up custom expansion hardware. Original expansion hardware still works fine with the new port. I soldered in nes controller ports so I can use any standard nes controller on this system. Demonstration video:
  16. I have a couple assembled NES Super 8 systems ready to use including the rare RGB PPU chip. The NES Super 8 is a Nintendo clone that uses the origingal CPU / PPU. One is blue, the other is white. They have the version 1.1 PCB inside. Tested and working great. Asking $399 which includes the power adapter and shipping. I also have RGB NS8 v1.1 assembled PCBs for $95 CPU / PPU not included bare PCBs are $25 For more information: http://atariage.com/...ct/page__st__75 PM me if interested! Thanks!
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    Nes compare palette set1

    NES Palette comparison by Wavebeam.

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  18. Devbinks

    Oh Hell...

    Okay, so I used to own, both, an NES and an SNES. Over the past few years, I've had a desire to start collecting as many older game systems as I can. So, today I went to a local Play N Trade and reacquired the NES and SNES. Well, the NES works okay so far. Just needed a bit of cleaning. The SNES, however, only gave me a black screen with several horizontal white (grey-ish) lines. I figure, okay, I'll take it back and exchange it. I got back to Play N Trade and explain the problem. The employee tries it out and gets a blue screen saying "No Signal". This baffle shim as he claims he had tested it just three days prior and it worked perfectly. In any case, he exchanges it for another SNES. This system, he tests right in front of me to make SURE it's not defective. It works fine so I take it home. Well, I hook it up to THREE different TVs, trying both RF out and AV out. Guess what... I get the black screen with white lines! Exact same problem as the one I just exchanged! I'll update this tomorrow most likely. I'm going to take the SNES back and wait for them to get yet another SNES in lol
  19. I have a bundle including one 8Bitdo NES30 wireless controller with a NES retro receiver. I am looking for $40 for the two together, shipped. I picked these up about a month and a half ago. I tried them out for a night, thought they were neat, then put them away and never used them again. Each item comes with all of its packaging and original bonuses. Boxes aren't perfect and have the original price stickers on them (what I paid). Retro receiver packaging has been cut open with scissors, naturally. Payment via PayPal (gift/family/friends if you have little to no feedback). Shipping within the USA only. I am open to trades, particularly Jaguar, PS1, Gamecube or N-Gage titles I do not have
  20. Hi! For the most recent ludum dare I made a NES game, Arlington Apple in an interplanetary pickle. It's a short platformer in which hop around a small asteroid collecting crystals. As it's a small asteroid, the gravity runs in different directions and you can flip between different surfaces, traveling upside down or sideways as you scrabble about. It's available (for free) here: https://team-disposable.itch.io/a-small-world and this is the ludum dare page: https://ldjam.com/events/ludum-dare/38/a-small-world-nes-rom Here are some screenshots: If you play it, I hope you enjoy it, and let me know any feedback you have! Thanks
  21. I am selling some of the duplicate Famicom carts I have. These have all been cleaned, tested, and working. Very nice collection of games in good condition! http://ebay.to/2m12sXT
  22. I'm trying to give up my computer and I'd like a way to play these old games using a handheld. It would also come in handy at the library when I need a break from studying. Is there something on the market that can play both genesis and nes titles? I'd settle for one or the other if I had to. Thanks
  23. Hey guys n' gals, I recently found myself a copy of Chiller for NES. I tried cleaning it and testing it on different systems but it doesn't work properly. It screams at me (which is normal) but it is a white screen. I press start and I can hear sound and see the monsters but the monsters are all solid gray and the environments are missing. I opened up the cart and judging by a picture I found online, I think this board is missing a resistor. As you can see in the picture of my board, there are 3 resistors at the top left, but in this picture I found online, there should be 4 there. I am hoping this is the issue and that it can be solved. I could probably replace the resistor but I can't tell which one I need. Does anyone else have a copy that they can take a look at the board and check? Thanks.
  24. All prices are before shipping. PayPal friends and family is preferred but I will take goods and services - you will cover the additional fee if you choose that method. All pictures are at the bottom of the post, please check those for item condition . Ask any questions and buy my stuff! I want this out of my house! I try to price my stuff to move so please PM if you think something is too high and we can discuss. Systems: Retron 1 - CIB $10 -system has been tested with a few games all loaded fine and played fine - I used my original NES controllers so controllers are still in shrink wrap and never used. Game Gear - 8 Sega Brand game protectors $ 4 - Free with any order of $15 or more just mention it when PM me. Dreamcast - All dreamcast games for $10 - Crazy taxi (disc only) - $4 - Tony Hawk Pro Skater - Disc and manual $ 4 - NFL2K CIB - $3 - NFL2K2 CIB - $3 Saturn - Space Jam Disc and back case insert only -$4 NES - Sesame Street 123 $3 INTV All carts for $1 each (All tested and loaded up) - Carnival x2 - DK - label is complete but has fallen off - Space Battle - Bowling - Math Fun Manuals and Misc. - All $2 each - everything for $6 N64 - NHL Breakaway 98 - Rugrats in Paris the Movie - Zelda: Majora's Mask - rough condition Atari 2600 - Canyon Bomber 7800 - Game pack in poster
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