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  1. Hi. I have hundreds of Hypermarquee MAME gameplay videos here http://www.youtube.com/c/mamefan I also have a video showing how to get it working.
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    Hi, Fade for Sega Hikaru System. Thx to Retrohumanoid
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    Main Menu Wheel Logo for Arcade Classics (MAME) .png file 820px wide
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    New theme of Sega Grid Race Driver Arcade.
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    HBMAME Mejor es tarde que nunca... Los viejos juegos arcade son un trabajo artístico, forman parte de nuestra cultura, es parte de nuestra historia es parte de nuestras vidas y ellos merecen ser conservados para que las generaciones futuras puedan disfrutarlos. → Después de tres semanas ocupadas, se presento el próximo lanzamiento de HBMAME 0.205 muy esperado. Esta es la última versión de HBMAME hasta marzo de 2019. Qué hay de nuevo en HBMAME? New Games - ------------------------------- - [dkpace] Donkey Kong pace [por Sock Master] - [dktrainer] Donkey Kong trainer 1.01 [por Sock Master] - [karnovh] La venganza de Karnov (truco desconocido) - [mhavocpe] Major Havoc - The Promised End (v0.21)
  6. Hi, I am hoping to build a 2 player arcade bench to go with my hyperspin PC. However, I have some questions about a few things which I've struggled to find an answer to on Google. So, I would firstly like to know if i could make the 2 player fight controller compatible with both my PC and PS4? I've googled this, and I get the impression that the PS4 would not be able to take advantage of a two player controller with a single USB connection. Is this correct? If So, I was thinking, would it work if I had two separate USB connections for the player one and player two, but obviously have both wires coming out of the same arcade bench (I'm doing an Ikea lack TV bench hack)? And so the ps4 could use one or two of the controllers? But then, if I also wanted to use it with hyperspin, how would I deal with like the credit button for instance, (and I imagine there might be other problematic buttons but just thought of the credit button as an example), how would this be wired? Would I have separate ones for each player? Lastly, I imagine hyperspin, primarily for mame, but would like to account for most game systems upto Wii u, how many buttons would I need? And more Importantly, if it is possible to get this 2 player setup working on the ps4, would it matter if I had more buttons than were necessarily for the ps4 so there would be redundant ones? Oh and lastly, could I install wireless connections instead of wired USB for my 2 player setup. Thanks for your help guys,
  7. Greetings programs, First, I'd like to give a huge shout out to the entire arcade community - from HS and Mame, to BYOAC and everything in between, THANKS! Building my own cabinet has, in a way, completed something in my life. After thinking of the ideal shape cabinet for me, I thought the classic Galaga was great. Besides being one of my favorites, I love the classic shape. I am a huge fan Tron which is what was initially driving the whole project. Guess I always wanted both a Tron and Galaga cab. I have the x-arcade Tank Stick so the inner part of my cab had to be about 30". I decided to make the side panels more narrow (24") as it needed to fit through most doorways. Also, the back 2 wheels are stationary horizontal and the front 2 spin. That way I can move it sideways easily but it won't move front to back when my friends are jamming away on it. I have 3 florescent lights inside the cabinet, one behind the marquee, one in the whole center to light up my front board, and one underneath for the 'floating' look. I found 5" of translucent blue decal vinyl at a local printing shop. It stuck to the light bulb fine (florescent lights don't heat up.) I mounted it to the bottom and wired it up into the cab, presto! Helpful links: I mostly use Hyperspin as my FE. I also have and use Maximus Arcade. http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/content.php http://www.maximus-arcade.com/ I found a carbon fiber vinyl decal on Ebay, usually used for covering car parts. Worked great to cover the sidewalls and inside shelf. It was highly adhesive and cut down very easily. I ordered a 5' by 7' sheet and had plenty to work with. $30. Here's an example: http://www.ebay.com/itm/1FT-x-5FT-4D-Professional-Grade-Carbon-Fiber-Vinyl-Wrap-Air-Realease-Bubble-Free-/231066219352?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item35cc9eb358&vxp=mtr I got the Galaga side art on Ebay as well (or just search Galaga Side Art,) $35 per side: http://www.ebay.com/itm/331089241799?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649 I got a swivel TV/monitor mount from Walmart, here: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Ready-Set-Mount-CC-R25B-Flat-Panel-TV-Mount-13-to-37-Black/11018955 This mount was perfect. Now, I can very easily rotate the monitor (19"Dell) for the classics. I was able to Shell Hyperspin with this helpful guide: http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/forum/showthread.php?14319-HyperSpin-Shelled-on-Windows-7-Solved-and-Working! I was nervous about it but it worked flawlessly. I also shutdown upon exiting HS so the Windows environment is pretty much completely hidden. Many parts, including the retro Tron joystick, spinner, and more came from GroovyGameGear.com: http://groovygamegear.com/webstore/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=73&products_id=335 The very helpful guide for powering on your pc with arcade button is here: http://coolexpletive.blogspot.com/2012/04/how-to-replace-your-pcs-power-button.html I have my button slightly hidden so guests don't accidentally hit it. When the system is on, one push of the button will force shut down. Marquee came from GameOnGrafix.com. Scott is great! http://www.gameongrafix.com/products/generic-marquee-dot-techno-1 Every build is unique to its builder and that's one reason arcade gaming is so much fun on a variety of levels, from building to actually getting to enjoy your project. Everything on this cab was done with lots of thought and effort. I may install a bezel at some point if I can figure out how to still allow the monitor to spin. Otherwise, here it is and thanks for looking... Game on!! End of line.
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  13. Hey Gang, What companies would you recommend to purchase a Pedestal Arcade? As time has marched on and with 4 kids, a few full time job, and family company, there has been no time to do this myself. I have seen machines from Extreme Home Arcades, and they look amazing. Does anyone have an opinion of this company and their products? Or does anyone have any experience with any other Pedestal Arcade makers? Thanks for your help!
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    Generic arcade image for main's menu wheel.
  15. I created this bezel to experience real arcade cabinet gameplay like i did my childhood and wanted to share it. Actually I don't have enough fun playing arcade games in LCD monitor with a plain screen. That's why I decided to create a bezel for my hyper spin and added it some effects like (light reflection, some old screen effects and a reflection of arcade room for make you feel like playing your game in arcade room. I use 1440x900 pixels on my PC so i edited it for this resolution only. You can just resize your bezel.PNG to fit your Full Screen Resolution and re-edit Bezel.ini file to get the best resolution for you. To install just extract rar file to your hyper spin directory like this: HyperSpin\RocketLauncher\Media\Bezels DOWNLOAD: MAME.rar 2ND VERSION: MAME2.rar
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