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    hello! here's my Street fighter Arcade 1up cab modded with Raspberry 3b+ using retropie + attract mode + hyperspin and LCD monitor with marquee i install only arcade games for this build i follow the ETA prime video for Arcade 1up mod here's the boot up video Boot up i made some new hyperspin theme for this build hyperspin theme for the lcd marquee i follow this guide lcd marquee here's a few image (when you launch the game the marquee change) bye bye!
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    Oh great thank you. Never even thought about doing a search when they weren't listed under its section.
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    Hi Hyperspinners, Its been far too long since we had an active Content Authority (Media Approver) please take a minute to smash the mushroom button on any of @JSinn 's posts. He has been busy in our Uploads section this week picking through the chaos. There have been some recent changes to Uploading as we will be slimming down the categories over time, it's a work in progress so any comments or issues please post HERE Now for the updates... Update #1 Letter Packs approved and moved to HyperMedia (sorry if we miss anyone we are doing our best to keep track) Update #2 Main Menu Wheels Update #3 Sound Packs And Jsinn even added a little Sounds icon to improve the screenshots! (See bottom of post) Update #4 Cart/Disc/Hucard/UMD/Cassette/Floppy Disk Packs Update #5 Box/Case/Flyer Packs Update #6 Databases/Bezels/Fades/Random Media/Templates/Frontend Media Update #7 Wheels 91 Wheel and Misc Files Game and Main Menu Wheels - Microsoft MS-DOS - [Hi Quality] - relic Game Wheel - Chicken Draw! (chkndraw) - MAME - [Lo Quality] - Publio Game Wheels + Template - Cell Phone - Android - [HQ Mid Res] - mpillings Game Wheels - Aamber Pegasus - [Hi Quality] - Complete - haimbilia Game Wheels - Additions Vol.1 - MAME - [Hi Quality] - harleyguy Game Wheels - Amstrad CPC - [Lo Quality] - relic Game Wheels - Android - [Mid Quality] - kllngtme Game Wheels - Apple II - [Mid Quality] - brizalti Game Wheels - ArcadePC - [Hi Quality] - Complete - Styphelus Game Wheels - Atari 7800 - [Hi Quality] - Complete - Styphelus Game Wheels - Atari Lynx - [Mid Quality] - Complete - Flubbacrud Game Wheels - Blue Bordered - Sony PSP - Fzyfam Game Wheels - Blue Text - Luxor ABC 80 - relic Game Wheels - Casio PV-2000 - Anpanman Game Wheels - Cell Phone Framed - Android - [Mid Quality] - aloner187 Game Wheels - Chrome Border - Fujitsu FM Towns - [Lo Quality] - relic Game Wheels - ColecoVision - [Hi Quality] - Complete - iNTiGOD Game Wheels - Commodore 64 - [Hi Quality] - dougan78 Game Wheels - Commodore 64 Games System - [Mid Quality] - Prial Game Wheels - Commodore MAX Machine - [Mid Quality] - Complete - danielbicio Game Wheels - Custom Bordered - Bandai Sufami Turbo - [Hi Quality] - Complete - ninja2bceen Game Wheels - Custom Framed - Future Pinball - [Hi Quality] - FRANKY2056 Game Wheels - Custom Framed - Hikaru (5) - Gaelco (2) - Cave (17) - [Hi Quality] - FRANKY2056 Game Wheels - Custom Framed - Konami Classic (250 Wheels) - FRANKY2056 Game Wheels - Custom Framed - Magnavox Odyssey 2 - [Mid Quality] - relic Game Wheels - Custom Framed - Microsoft MS-DOS - [Lo Res] - relic Game Wheels - Custom Framed - Nintendo DS - [Mid Quality] - steelseth Game Wheels - Custom Framed - Nintendo Famicom Disk System - [Lo Quality] - darkstar1 Game Wheels - Custom Framed - PopCap - [Hi Quality] - skeo Game Wheels - Custom Framed - Sammy Atomiswave - [Hi Quality] - FRANKY2056 Game Wheels - Custom Framed - ScummVM - [Hi Quality] - danielbicio Game Wheels - Custom Framed - Sega Naomi - [Hi Quality] - FRANKY2056 Game Wheels - Custom Framed - Sony PlayStation Minis - [Hi Quality] - dougan78 Game Wheels - Custom Framed - Sony PSP - [Hi Quality] - predator2029 Game Wheels - Custom Framed - Touhou Project - [Hi Quality] - danielbicio Game Wheels - Custom Metallic - Sega Genesis/Mega Drive - [Complete] - ruckage Game Wheels - Custom Text - Apple IIGS - [Complete] - Tribe Fan Game Wheels - DICE - [Hi Quality] - Complete - dougan78 Game Wheels - Docklet Style - Pinball Arcade - [HQ Hi Res] - andyco40 Game Wheels - Docklet Style - Pinball FX2 - [HQ Hi Res] - andyco40 Game Wheels - Electronic Handheld Games - [Lo Quality] - cybernoid Game Wheels - Floppy Disk - Apple II - [Lo Quality] - Ernisius Game Wheels - Framed Rainbow Text - Nintendo Game Boy Color - relic Game Wheels - GamePark 32 - [Mid Quality] - Complete - ninja2bceen Game Wheels - Gray - EvilDindon's Default MAME Theme w/Mamu's Icons - zorg2000k Game Wheels - Hyperspin' s Ultimate DooM Single player Collection - [Hi Quality] - KlopjerO Game Wheels - Microsoft MSX2 - [Mid Quality] - Complete - danielbicio Game Wheels - Microsoft MSX2 - [Mid Quality] - danielbicio Game Wheels - NEC PC Engine - [Lo Quality] - Rick74 Game Wheels - NEC PC Engine - [Lo Quality] - rikoos Game Wheels - NEC SuperGrafx - [Hi Quality] - Complete - danielbicio Game Wheels - NEC Turbografx-16 - [Mid Quality] - Styphelus Game Wheels - Neo Geo Pack for HyperSpin Redesign - scoob95 Game Wheels - NES Classic - [Lo Quality] - lwr0722003 Game Wheels - Nintendo 64DD - [Hi Quality] - Complete - jd83jd83 Game Wheels - Nintendo Classics - [Hi Quality] - iNTiGOD Game Wheels - Nintendo Super Game Boy - [Lo Quality] - Complete - ninja2bceen Game Wheels - Orange Bordered - Magnavox Odyssey - [Lo Quality] - relic Game Wheels - PC Games - [Mid Quality] - Womble Game Wheels - PC-Games - Some are in German - [Mid Quality] - Womble Game Wheels - Pinball Arcade - [Hi Quality] - FRANKY2056 Game Wheels - Pinball FX2 - [Hi Quality] - FRANKY2056 Game Wheels - Red - EvilDindon's Default MAME Theme w/Mamu's Icons - zorg2000k Game Wheels - ScummVM - [Mid Quality] - danielbicio Game Wheels - Sega Classics - [Hi Quality] - iNTiGOD Game Wheels - Sega Mark III - [Mid Quality] - relic Game Wheels - Sega Saturn (Japan) - [HQ Hi Res] - Complete - Black Hazor Game Wheels - Sega SG-1000 - [Hi Quality] - Complete - JayC Game Wheels - Sharp X68000 - [Lo Quality] - relic Game Wheels - Sinclair ZX Spectrum - [Mid Quality] - dougan78 Game Wheels - Sinclair ZX Spectrum - [Mid Quality] - relic Game Wheels - SNK Neo Geo CD - [Mid Quality] - Blitzkrieg Game Wheels - Sony PSP - [Mid Quality] - danielbicio Game Wheels - Super Mario Collection - [Mid Quality] - Dubbloseven Game Wheels - Text White Border - Nintendo Game & Watch - cybernoid Game Wheels - Top 100 Games XML - Nintendo DS - [Lo Quality] - vaderag Game Wheels - Touhou Project - [Mid Quality] - Complete - danielbicio Game Wheels - VM Labs NUON - [Lo Quality] - jd83jd83 Game Wheels - White Framed - ScummVM (set 1) - THK (PDAisAok additions) Game Wheels - WoW Action Max - [Hi Quality] - Complete - kylecp1979 Genre Wheel - Lightgun - TITCHGAMER Genre Wheel - Trackball Games - TITCHGAMER Genre Wheels - Custom - Nintendo 64 - [Hi Quality] - ScoobaSteveo Genre Wheels - Custom - PcTeknic Genre Wheels - Custom - Sega Genesis - [Hi Quality] - ScoobaSteveo Genre Wheels - Custom Oval Framed - relic Letter Pack - Hyperspin's Ultimate DooM Single player Collection - KlopjerO Main Menu and Game Wheels - Hyper Neo Geo 64 - [Hi Quality] - malfacine Main Menu and Genre Wheels - Fighting Games - MAME - Dubbloseven Main Menu Wheels - Chicuelo's Wheel Design for HyperSpin Redesign - deejus679 Nintendo Power Covers - [Mid Quality] - Complete - style214
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    Hey even I am there, what a surprise. : D Great job man.
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    (To be updated with CHD support info) Hey guys, So I know a few months back we had a great discussion about various compression methods. I've made a lot of progress and changes on my personal build since then, and I now feel like it's a good time to revisit the subject; and hopefully provide some kind of solid template for the 'best' formats for myself as well as others. I'm trying to find formats that are natively supported by emulators. The standard zip formats are great (7z/Zip/Rar5, etc.), but they also require unzipping; which takes time and local hard drive space (Albeit, temporarily). This can be handled with various methods like scripts, but for the sake of simplicity, I want to focus on formats that load up natively in a given systems emulator. Here is a list of what we have discussed and compiled thus far: Playstation Compressed Format: PBP Original Format: BIN/CUE (single-track) Program: PSX2PSP (v1.3)/(v1.4.2) <<<Version needs clarification Supported by: RetroArch's PSX Mednafen Core, ePSXe, and PCSX-R Notes: PBP Playstation games are mostly playable on soft-modded PSP hardware. However, results vary based on the game. Important: In order to convert PSX games to the PBP format, your game disc must bin a single track bin/cue (only one.bin file). In order to convert a multi bin-track image to single-track, there are a couple methods available to you: Mount/Rip Usining a program like Daemon Tools, mount the disc's cue file. With the disc mounted, you can then use IMGburn to 'rip' the disc into a single bin/cue. You can also take this opportunity to re-name your BIN/CUE when you rip the disc and it will automatically make the change inside the CUE file. Batch Convert You can use Iggy's batch file: http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_id=29733 This uses 7zip and ISObuster in order to function, so you will need those as well. You will need to compress the ISO into a 7z file before dragging it to the batch file for conversion. Once that's been done you must decompress it again. Then you can compress the BIN/Cue files to the PBP format. Playstation Portable Compressed Format: CSO Original Format: ISO Program: MaxCSO Supported by: PPSSPP & PPSSPP (RetroArch) Playstation 2 Compressed Format: GZ Original Format: ISO Program: 7zip Supported by: PCSX2 Compressed Format: CSO Original Format: ISO Program: MaxCSO Supported by: PCSX2 Notes: When opening a GZ file for the first time, PCSX2 will take up to a minute in order to create a gz.tmp file in the same directory. This is an index file that PCSX2 will read to access the GZ file. Everytime you open the game after that, it will open as normal. GZ and CSO both appear to have the same rate of compression. CSO will open just the same as a normal ISO. Gamecube Compressed Format: GCZ Original Format: ISO Program: Dolphin Supported by: Dolphin Wii Compressed Format: WBFS Original Format: ISO Program: Wii Backup Manager Supported by: Dolphin & Hardware (via USB Loader) Compressed Format: GCZ Original Format: ISO Program: Dolphin Supported by: Dolphin Compressed Format: CSO Original Format: ISO Program: MaxCSO Supported by: Dolphin (Requires Confirmation) Notes: WBFS files are supported by various USB loader programs on 'softmodded' Wii hardware. GCZ files are not playable on Wii hardware. When compressing DL-DVD games, GCZ is recommended over WBFS. Dreamcast Compressed Format: CHD Original Format: GDI Program: GDI to CHD Supported by: NullDC, Demul, & Reicast (RetroArch Core) Notes: GDI files are direct 1:1 copies of a GD-Rom game. (The format Sega used for Dreamcast games) CDI files are GDI files that have been converted to fit on a standard 700mb CD-R. If a game's size was larger than 700mb (up to 1.2Gb) then files such as audio or video are downsampled. (or ripped alltogether) Hardware will only play CDI files burned onto CD-Rs Emulators will play both GDI and CDI files CDI files are not compatible with CHD compression. GBA/NDS/3DS Compressed Format: Same as Original Original Format: GBA/NDS/3DS Program: NDSTokyoTrim Supported by: As it's the same extension, it's believed this is supported by all emulators. (Confirmed to be working on NDS flash carts) (As well as anything with "???" next to it) Here are the ones needed to fill the current holes listed above: Playstation - RetroArch's Mednafen PSX Core .PCE - Possible compression format? Wii - Dolphin Can Dolphin natively run CSO? Dreamcast - NullDC/Reicast CDI Games - Any compression possible? .ELF - Possible compression format? I'm looking to make this as comprehensive as possible, so please, any input you have I would love to hear. Is there another format you are aware of? Do you think any systems should be added? Just remember the idea is to focus on natively supported compression formats. Rather than using RocketLauncher/7zip to unzip everything. Let's see if we can make this thread worth a sticky
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    Add the pbp extension in RL ( I would add it first before 7z as RL will search in the order listed): And if you are using any filters (roms only) in HQ, add the extension there as well.
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    Hi all here is the newest update MAME .219 No Nag. As always enjoy. Thanks
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    Version 0.219


    Here is Arcade64 no nag version 0.219 for this month new update Thank you enjoy🙂
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    Version 1.0.0


    Recently, I finally got around to making proper XML's for 3 player and 4 player games, so that, when I have that many players, we don't have to sift through all the games or even the hundreds of favorites to find a good game. Have a look at the lists and let me know if you think I should add or remove any games. I run Hyperspin booting into a favorites list that is a combination of most of the "All Killer No Filler" lists that are pinned in the thread at the top of the Main BYOAC forum, as well as other choice games that weren't part of the lists. So almost all of these 3 and 4 player games are drawn from the "killer" lists. Thanks, BadMouth from the BYOAC forums, for making those lists! Remember that many Arcade games have to be set up properly to be in 3 or 4 player mode. This can be done either by using the appropriate Rom or by entering the service mode (Mame default is F2 or sometimes via dip switch, accesible via the TAB menu) and changing the number of players. You might also have to set up the coin slots, or make it so that all players can insert coins, if there are only 2 coin slots for all players. These are all games that can be played with a digital joystick and normal arcade buttons. 3 Player Games - 25 Games Alien Storm – The US version allows for 3 players, gets a little samey, but has good graphics. Aliens VS. Predator – Pure Capcom gold with an exceptionally deep fighting system for a brawler Armored Warriors – Another Capcom gem with gorgeous Mech graphics. B.Rap Boys – Absurd game from the mid-90’s, so goofy that it’s fun. Battletoads – Rare made this 3 player “Battletoads” without all that pesky console censorship, think constant cartoonish fatalities. Brute Force – So bad it’s good brawler from Leland in 1991. Cadillacs and Dinosaurs – Absolute classic from Capcom, must play Combattribes – I remember this one in the arcade, pseudo-super deformed “Double Dragon” art style and over the top beat ‘em up action. Dark Adventure – Gauntlet clone, but with bizarre monsters and story. This one is also known as “Devil World,” but I couldn’t get that version to work for 3 players. Double Dragon 3 – So bad it’s good? Maybe. Gain Ground – Most ports were 2 player, but this is a surprisingly addictive slow-paced game for 3 players. King of Dragons – Another great Capcom brawler. Knights of the Round – Capcom just killing it with another awesome 3 player brawler. Mercs – Multiplayer “Commando” with a life bar and some sweet graphics. MJ’s Moonwalker – Kinda fun for a few minutes if you can still stomach the subject matter. Night Slashers – Fun “Final Fight” knockoff with “Splatterhouse” style gore. Being able to play with 3 players makes up for the graphics not being up to Final Fight standards. Nitro Ball – Spiritual successor to “Smash TV,” nowhere near as good, but is fun, nonetheless. Pig Out – Haven’t really played this one, but the graphics are okay. Pit Fighter – Precursor to “Mortal Kombat,” Pit Fighter has really funky gameplay and controls, but could be a hilarious drinking game. Rampage – It’s great, but gameplay gets stale quickly. Rampage World Tour – Expanded “Rampage” gameplay with less attractive graphics, gets stale nearly as quickly. Real Ghostbusters – This one’s a real stinker, unfortunately. The game should have been 4 players and better. Turbo Force – 3 player space shooters or shmups are rare, so it’s cool to see one. Warriors of Fate – Capcom does Fuedal combat. It’s up to Capcom’s par, meaning really good. Xenophobe – Presentation is top-notch, love this era of Atari cartoonish arcade graphics. Use of split-screen is excellent. Gameplay and controls are not fantastic, however. 4 Player Games - 65 Games ’88 Games – Sequel to the original “Track and Field,” This isn’t a four player simultaneous play game, but I’m including it in the list of four player games because I’ve had tons of fun with Track and Field style games with four players. 2 on 2 Open Ice Challenge – Ice Hockey version of “NBA Jam,” I haven’t had a chance to play this one with multiple players. Arabian Fight – Huge sprites and impressive graphical effects help to make up for uninspired gameplay. Arabian Magic – Another okay game that barely passes muster. Battle Circuit – Pure Capcom absurdity, play this one to see how crazy things get. Blazing Tornado – Pretty generic wrestling game from the mid-90’s that is a throwback to mid-80’s wrestling. Bomberman World – Battle mode is bare bones compared to anything on 16-bit console hardware or later, but the real gem here is 4 player co-operative “normal” mode. This is the only version of Bomberman that I’ve ever seen that has 4 player co-op and it seems to be pretty fun in my limited experience. Bucky O’Hare – This is a decent Konami game, “TMNT” with guns. Captain America and the Avengers – Gameplay is nothing special, but the graphics and style of the game, such as the “TWAK! VABOOM!” Adam West Batman style graphics are charming. Captain Commando – Not as weird as “Battle Circuit,” but you can play as a Baby controlling a mech or a Mummified version of the knife dudes from “Final Fight” and enemies crouch and smoke while they wait for you to attack. Crime Fighters - Mediocre brawler from Konami Dungeons and Dragons Shadow over Mystara – Both Capcom D&D games are groundbreaking classics. They are probably the reason why many control panels have 4 action buttons for players 3 and 4. Dungeons and Dragons Tower of Doom – See above. Escape Kids – Track and Field style weirdness, I haven’t played enough to form an opinion, but it looks okay. Euro Champ ’92 – Euro-specific version of “Football Champ,” seems like the dat files are saying that this one is different, though, so I’ve included both. Exvania – Bomberman in a dungeon. This might be better in battle mode than “Bomberman World” arcade. Football Champ – Soccer game with decent graphics and gameplay. G.I. Joe – Graphics and style are cool, you can blow up almost everything in this game and fight over who gets to be Snake Eyes. Gauntlet – I remember the feeling of seeing this beast of a cabinet when it first hit the arcade. It had glorious graphics, amazing sound, an almost unreal number of enemies and, most impressive of all, hilarious, good quality, voice samples. Not having to spend actual money to play kind of saps the intensity out of the gameplay, though. Gauntlet II – The sequel expanded and improved on the formula in many ways, but the central pay-for-health gameplay issues persist. Golden Axe Revenge of Death Adder – I haven't played much, but graphics and gameplay somehow aren’t as excellent as the original Golden Axe. Growl – Unlicensed Indiana Jones, this one has a bit of its own style, though, and isn’t bad. High Impact – Decent football game with Midway humor and early digitized graphics. Hit the Ice – Haven’t played this, but the graphics look decent. Hook – This is a decent brawler. I like games where you can thrash the enemies on the ground after you’ve knocked them down. Hyper Sports – More “Track and Field,” so it can’t be bad. Karate Blazers – Really fun ridiculous brawler. Knights of Valour Plus (Bootleg) - The original Knights of Valour (kov.zip) is in English and set for 4 players, but it runs the 2 player version only, at least in my MAME .201 ...As for the bootleg, it's the same as the original with, as far as I could tell, additional new selectable characters. Knights of Valour is worth your time. It has graphics and gameplay similar to Capcom's D&D series, plus attacking enemies on the ground, a ton of special moves when you press certain buttons together and move the joystick in a certain way (not sure if it has Street fighter style moves or not, still discovering stuff), as well as a leveling system and multiple paths to take based upon how you interact with the environment. It's amazing! If someone would translate this game to English, then it would be perfect. Knights of Valour Super Heroes - This seems to be nearly identical to the former game with different characters, again Chinese only, at least with all the roms that I tried. Knights of Valour 2 - The sequel is more of the same eye-popping awesomeness, also with the regional flaw (i.e. not a flaw if you understand Chinese) of only being available in Chinese. Knuckleheads – This was an attempt to do “Street Fighter” with 4 players. It’s okay. Mach Breakers Numan Athletics 2 – Souped-up “Track and field,” you can actually play 4 players simultaneously, which is cool. Main Event, The – They “borrowed” the likenesses of Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant for the cab art, but otherwise this is a generic wrestler. Metamorphic Force – Okay brawler with a werewolf-style aesthetic and gameplay gimmick. Muscle Bomber Duo: Ultimate Team Battle – Capcom wrestler from the best Capcom era. Mystic Warriors – Ninja version of “Sunset Riders,” doesn’t seem to be as full of personality, though. NBA Hangtime – Update of NBA Jam. NBA Jam – All-time classic, this has the best announcer. NBA Jam Tournament Edition – Cash grab, but still good. NBA Max Hangtime – Still fun after all these iterations. Ninja Baseball Bat Man – The king of zany 4 player brawlers with a cute cartoony aesthetic. Ninja Kids, The – Self-aware silliness that still makes me smile. Numan Athletics – This 90’s era “Track and Field” with bizarre Japanese superheroes is good button mashing fun for 4 players simultaneously. Oriental Legend – Graphics look decent, haven’t played yet. Oriental Legend Special – I don’t know what, if anything is different from the original. Punk Shot – 1990 basketball-based brawler from Konami predates “NBA Jam” and isn’t nearly as good, but is decently fun. Quartet – Surreal mid-80’s platform run and gun with jetpacks from Sega. Saturday Night Slam Masters – Wrestler, more Capcom excellence. Silent Dragon – Derivative button mashing brawler from Taito, but has laugh out loud voice samples and some hilarious special moves. Simpsons, The – One of the all-time classics, this one is funny and great, even if you haven’t seen the show, at least according to my kids and their friends. Snow Bros. 2 – It looks like a decent time, but I haven’t tried it. Spider-Man – Just a reskinned generic brawler, but it’s still Spider-Man, so it has to be on the list. Stone Ball – Weird prehistoric sports game that has fun graphics, but just okay gameplay. Sunset Riders – This game is hilarious, gorgeous, and a blast with 4 players, right up there with other Konami 4 player classics like Simpsons and Ninja Turtles. Super High Impact – This series seems like a precursor to “NFL Blitz” and it is fun, even if the animation lacks the polish of later digitized-graphics titles. Tank Force – Kind of like 4 player "Wizard of Wor" with fast tanks and okay graphics from Namco in 1991. Tecmo Bowl – Graphics are good, but I haven’t played this one much. It runs in dual-screen, so it looks best on a widescreen display or on two screens. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – One of the best 4 player titles ever, with excellent music, graphics, and gameplay. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 Turtles in Time – This one added more combat tricks and graphical effects, but I still prefer the original. Both games are absolute classics, though. Thunder Zone – Also called Desert Assault in the US, this looks like “Merc” with 4 players and worse graphics. Tournament Cyberball – I remember playing this massive dual-screen cabinet a few times. It’s still fun emulated on a single widescreen, even if you can see your opponents’ screen when you’re not supposed to. Track and Field – Not simultaneous 4 player play, but an amazing party game for 4 players. There is nothing like crazily bashing the buttons for making good use of your arcade controls. Trog – Graphics are interesting, but gameplay looks pretty ho-hum. US Championship V’ball – Looks like a decent beach volleyball game. Vendetta – Sequel to “Crime Fighters,” it’s an okay brawler. Violent Storm – Massive sprites and over the top action makes this one a decent brawler. Wild West C.O.W. Boys of Moo Mesa – Not as good as “Sunset Riders” but still pretty enjoyable. WWF Wrestlefest – We had a lot of fun with this one back in the day. It had all the coolest wrestlers at the time, as well as their signature moves, but it’s a button masher at its core. X-Men – I have both the 4 player and the 6 player versions in my list. The 6 player one is cool because of the dual-screen presentation, with the wider screen allowing for more room to battle and overall fun, but any version of X-Men is great. The 3 player one has all the 3 and 4 player games and the 4 player one only has the 4 player games because, if you have 4 players, they can't all play the 3 player games.
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    Version 0.0.206beta1


    This is the mame xml databases full lists generator application : Generate Mame xml full lists of any version you want. Auto-Download all ini files necessary for generate Mame xml full lists. You can create your own Files from mame (official) sorted by : working or All games(including non-working) number of Players (from 1p to 9p) Genres (48 genre lists + 1 "new" genre list for games added from the current version) Manufacturers (26 lists of the most important manufacturers) Years (5 lists by decade of years) Extras (Controls,Buttons,Sound Channels,Screens,Languages,Versions,Best games,In/Not in Dir,Others...) Same thing for Folders: Manufacturers , Genre , Years , Players , and all Extras : These lists will have the same directory/lists created : For ex : Genre "Fighter","Soccer","Adventure","Capcom","Sega","1970-1979","2p sim".... will have : working or All games(including non-working) Genres (49 genre lists) number of Players (from 1p to 9p) Manufacturers (26 lists max) Years (5 lists max) Extras (Controls,Buttons,Sound Channels,Screens,Languages,Versions,Best games,in/Not in Dir,Others...)
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    here is the jap master system game wheel set known as Sega Mark III
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    Version 1.0.0


    Here are is a complete set of 2D Box Art for the current Atari 7800 2.0 database. I included spine images for those that want to make their own 3D box art. I'll upload a 3D box set and carts as well. I included a template as well. Have fun.
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    Version 1.0.1


    This is the Special Artwork I use on my PC Hyperspin as I use my 8Bitdo Pro as the default controller for the menu and most of the titles. Properties/HQ Settings are in the screenshots. US Version for "Favorites" labeled (US). I have also added a separate version with just the buttons and no bar, which I have titled in the B Category so is compatible with Ninja2bceen's Special Art Variations. Settings should be the same (I think) just need to replace, SpecialB1 and B2. If you would like more buttons/controls added please let me know.
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    Version 1.0.0


    Nintendo 64 - Main Menu
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    Version 1.0


    A full wheel pack for PSX (not including Japanese games yet). Enjoy the fruit of a project that took 5 years to finish, many contributors have come and gone over the years. Correct database can be found here: http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/files/file/11316-sony-playstation-official-database/
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    Version 1.1


    The official wheel set for Microsoft MS-DOS matching the eXoDOS rom-sets.
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    heres a pack of letter artwork to go with Sega Mark III
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    Attached is everything that makes the screenshot possible
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    Version 20080829


    Ghosts 'n Goblins (World? set 1) - gng (MAME) Video Snap available at EmuMovies
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    Dark41 is a master with swf, a true master I have a main menu special artwork that just says main menu and hyperspin but Dark has added a real date and time in the top right corner. Just brilliant. Enjoy use the same settings as my other template file with special art to make it the same as the location in the screenshot
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    Version 20111030


    Soldier Girl Amazon - amazon (MAME) Video Snap available at EmuMovies
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    Version 20091221


    Osman (World) - osman (MAME) Video Snap available at EmuMovies
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    What kind of roms/rom extensions do you use?
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    I use Demul for those systems. I've never tried NullDC (and I don't know which is better). I set mine up just following a vid from either Gigapig or Simply Austin along with the topics on here. The newest version is 0.7a I believe and PDome has a matching download for it. The module was just updated on the 22nd. And if you didn't see I just played VTennis to test it for you and it works.
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    heres a pointer for the Sega Mark III
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    Version 20090404


    Heated Barrel (World version 3) - heatbrl (MAME) Video Snap available at EmuMovies
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    Version 20090310


    Guerrilla War (US) - gwar (MAME) Video Snap available at EmuMovies
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    Version 20090314


    Victory Road - victroad (MAME) Video Snap available at EmuMovies
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    Version 20110408


    Cop 01 (set 1) - cop01 (MAME) Video Snap available at EmuMovies
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    Version 20100406


    Break Thru (US) - brkthru (MAME) Video Snap available at EmuMovies
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    Version 20081021


    Berzerk (set 1) - berzerk (MAME) Video Snap available at EmuMovies
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    Version 20140512


    Desert Assault (US) - dassault (MAME)
  37. 1 point

    Version 20140605


    THK did all the artwork. J-Sinn did all the flash animation. Video Snap available at EmuMovies
  38. 1 point
    rexryan, "howdy hackers" was the old FairLight (demoscene) initial greetings on intros. I am used to start things with that, sorry.
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