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  1. MAME 0.228 Has it already been an entire month? It must have been, because MAME 0.228 is ready today! We’ve added support for two very rare arcade games this month. The first is Namennayo, an overhead-view obstacle course game making unauthorised use of Satoru Tsuda’s Nameneko characters. The second is Get A Way, an overhead-view racing game made by Universal, touted as the “first game in the world to feature a 16-bit microcomputer.” Universal went on to create the much loved Mr. Do! character. Emulation is preliminary – while the game is playable, there are some graphical issues, and sound is absent. In other arcade emulation news, Windy Fairy has made a triumphant return, bringing numerous fixes for issues affecting Bemani rhythm games running on System 573 hardware. Thanks to the persistent efforts of David “Haze” Haywood, various fruit machines from JPM are starting to become playable in MAME. Interestingly, these machines rely on similar Brooktree RAMDACs to NCD X11 terminals, and Motorola DUARTs used by numerous other systems emulated in MAME. A complete dump of the type 01 program for Zaccaria’s Cat and Mouse has finally been obtained, making both known versions of this obscure game playable at last. For hand-held consoles, the WonderSwan and WonderSwan Color have had an overhaul, and Game Gear X-Terminator cartridges are now supported. Several Bandai RX-78 cartridges have been dumped, exercising more aspects of the emulation and allowing several shortcomings to be fixed. We’ve also made some progress on emulation Apple’s floppy drive controllers, providing a path to support for SuperDrive high-density floppy drives, and eventually the HD20 external hard disk. There’s been plenty more happening, including a new LCD shader from cgwg, all the latest FM Towns software dumps, fixes for recent regressions, and more code modernisation. You can read all about it in the whatsnew.txt file, and get the source and 64-bit Windows binary packages from the download page. Read the rest of this entry »
  2. it's not anything great,just a quick list that i made some time ago to help me with the wonderswan collecting. but first some comments -it's based on no more than 5-min sessions of all available roms/games so minor or major mistakes are to be expected -most of the games have japanese menus -also included games that are playable to a point (action-rpgs,action-adventures etc) -some games have additional notes in parenthesis -in this list you won't find all of the mahjong games,i have included 2 out of 5-6 that were released without further ado... my list Armored Unit (a lot of menu trial and error) Beat Mania Blue Wing Blitz (you should read a walkthrough for the general premise,the controls and the objectives) Buffers Evolution Chocobo no Fushigi na Dungeon (not 100% playable,some japanese knowledge is needed) Crazy Climber Densha de go! /2 (only if you know the general premise,menu trial and error) Dicing Knight Digimon Digital Monsters - Anode & Cathode Tamer - Veedramon Version Digimon Digital Monsters ver wonderswan Digimon Digital Monsters: Battle Spirit /1.5 Digimon Frontiers Battle spirit D's Garage 21 Koubo Game - Tane wo Maku Tori Engacho! Final Fantasy I/II/IV (try them only if you have played them before) Final Lap 2000 Final Lap Special Fire Pro Wrestling Flash - Koibito Kun (it's playable in the beginning but i don't know if you need,or not,to know japanese later ) From TV Animation - One Piece - Chopper no Daibouken (you have to know what the items do and what can you do from the pause menu) From TV Animation - One Piece -Treasure wars /2 (playable to a point if you can find the instructions translated by someone) Front Mission (playable quite a lot as the commands are in english) Ganso Jajamaru Kun Golden Axe Gomoku Narabe & Reversi Touryuumon (menu trial and error) Gransta Chronicle (english pase menu that might help a little but in general not too playable) Guilty Gear Petit Guilty Gear Petit 2 GunPey GunPey Ex Judgement Silversword - Rebirth Edition Kaze no Klonoa - Moonlight Museum Kidou Senshi Gundam Seed Kidou Senshi Gundam Vol.3 -A BAOA QU- (not too sure if it's playable) Kidou Senshi Gundam Vol.1 -Side 7- (not too sure if it's playable) Kidou Senshi Gundam - Volume 2 - JABURO- (not too sure if it's playable) Kinniku Man Second Generations Dream Tag Match Kurupara! (playable quite a lot) Lode Runner Magical Drop Mahjong Touryuumon (not too sure if it's playable) Makaimura Mingle Magnet Moero !! Pro Yakyu Rookies (playable quite a lot) Mr. Driller (golf) Nice On One Piece - Grand Battle Swan Colloseum Pocket Fighter(s?) Pro Mahjong Kiwame (not too sure if it's playable) Puyo Puyo Tsu Puzzle Bobble Rainbow Islands - Putty's Party Raku Jongg (trial and error in menus and in some in-game choices) Rhyme Rider Kerorikan Rockman & Forte - Mirai Kara no Chousen Sha Rockman EXE WS (menu trial and error) RUN=DIM Return to Earth SD Gundam - Operation U.C. Sennou Millenium Shanghai Pocket Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling Toukon Retsuden Side Pocket Soccer Yarou! - Challenge the World (menu trial and error) Space Invaders Tare Pan no Gunpei(y?) (menu trial and error) Tekken Card Challenge (if you know what to do,how to play it) Tetris Ultraman - Hikari no Kuni no Shisha Umizuri Ni Ikou (ίσως) Wasabi Produce - Street Dancer Wizardry - Scenario 1 - Kyounou no Shiren Jou (try it only if you have played another version of the game) Wonder Classic Wonder Stadium /'99 (menu trial and error) XI [sai] Little if you find any omission or have something to add/comment write it freely
  3. I have some retro computers and lots of games for NEC PC Engine, PS, etc. Along with vintage computer gear for sale. RETRO COMPUTING MSX Computer - Sanyo PHC-27 Silver Tandy Radio Shack TRS-80 Color Computer 2 - 64K Ext BASIC w/ Hitachi CPU TRS-80 Color Logo Manual for the Radio Shack Color Computer Tandy Radio Shack TRS-80 Color Computer Direct Connect Modem PAK PC ENGINE GAMES Galaga 88 Space Invaders Lords of the Rising Sun F1 Triple Battle Racing USA Pro Basketball Power League 2 Baseball Power League 3 Baseball Pro Baseball World Stadium '91 Pro Baseball World Stadium Power Golf Winning Shot Golf NAXAT OPEN Golf Ganbare! Golf Boys Formation Soccer JLeague J-League Tremendous Soccer Power Eleven (Soccer) Formation Soccer Cup 90 TV Sports Football BOMBERMAN Bomberman '93 Final Match Tennis World Court Tennis PLAYSTATION PEBBLE BEACH NO HATOU PLUS Minna No Golf 2 BANDAI WONDERSWAN Final Fantasy WonderSwan WS Bandai Wonder Swan Video Game (Box + Manual) Happy to combine shipping though many items are free shipping!
  4. I'm looking for a good intact color screen to replace my broken one. Will buy or trade for.
  5. Had a great time in Akihabara, Tokyo recently and decided to pick up some MSX and Bandai WonderSwan stuff. I have another thread related to the MSX games. Here are my WonderSwan products I'm currently selling. WonderSwan Portable Game Console System by Bandai http://r.ebay.com/NUZehB Puyo Puyo (TSU) WonderSwan WS Wonder Swan (JAPAN) http://r.ebay.com/t3wU2d Puzzle Bobble WonderSwan WS Wonder Swan (JAPAN) http://r.ebay.com/27AkWd Hataraku Chocobo WonderSwan WS Wonder Swan (JAPAN) http://r.ebay.com/HGQ2hy Final Fantasy WonderSwan WS Wonder Swan (JAPAN) http://r.ebay.com/LUe9Ul Vaitz Blade WonderSwan WS Wonder Swan (JAPAN) http://r.ebay.com/mxfh8w Domo Arigatou Gozaimashita.
  6. Does anyone have any extra Wonderswan Flashmasta cartridges that I could buy? The cartridge is currently out of stock and I do not know when or how long the cartridge would be back on stock at the Flash Masta Developments website. I look forward to receiving a PM.
  7. 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 »
  8. Hello all, I'm looking to buy a wonderswan flashcart. I am familiar with the wonderdog as well as with the flash masta WS. The latter sounds more ideal for what I want, however they do not appear to be selling them on the flash masta site any longer. Is there another place where they are being sold, or perhaps an owner that would be found and willing to part with one? Thank you.
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