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Old 02-21-01, 12:05 PM   #51
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One word: Toobin' I never found a good PC version (ROM), but this game was a blast.
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Old 02-21-01, 12:05 PM   #52
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Casn anyone tell me exactly what I have to do to get MAME to work? I swear to god I've tried it so many times and have never gotten one game to work. So much more complicated than console emulators.
(oh and btw mods, roms are illegal, but emulators aren't so don't edit this out!)
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Old 02-21-01, 12:16 PM   #53
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To those of you asking about MAME, I was going to open a separate thread on it so as for it not to get lost in this thread, but since I'm not sure whether or not it's against the forum's policies, I will simply provide the link to the official MAME home page, where I downloaded it. It is The Official MAME Home Page. From there, you can download it, and they should explain how to use it.
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Old 02-21-01, 01:42 PM   #54
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Don't forget there is MAME and MAME32. MAME32 is the Windows version and is much easier to set up though it has a little more overhead due to Windows, so memory intensive games like Stun Runner will only work on a PIII smoothly. For plain old DOS MAME use a front end like ARCADEOS. This cool front end also allows you to use most of your other old PC or video game emulators. I think you can have 7 mapped to it at a time. Also if you are truly in need of the ultimate experince build your own control panel with original joysticks, trackballs and buttons. There is a masterful site http://www.arcadecontrols.speedhost.com/arcade.htm
With many many tutorials on how to do this. You can also go the quick and easy route by getting a HOTROD SE from Hanaho products. It's about $200.00 (Though can be found for $100 if you look hard enough)If you want the true arcade feeling sans trackball and spinner, this is the way to go. Hell you can even buy a whole cabinet from them. (Or don't forget you can build your own, which is what I'm doing) Anyway do a search on HOTROD SE and you will find it.

Hope this helps you guys out. Later.
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Old 02-21-01, 03:26 PM   #55
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I found what I was looking for!
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Old 02-21-01, 03:32 PM   #56
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This is another one I used to love!

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Old 02-21-01, 03:39 PM   #57
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Old 02-21-01, 04:04 PM   #58
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GALS PANIC I remember playing this one at the store down the street from me, trying to reveal the naked picture of the anime babe behind the puzzle or something like that.
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Old 02-21-01, 04:06 PM   #59
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Btw, there's a site called KLOV (Killer List Of Videogames) that has info and pics of practically every 'old' arcade game: http://www.klov.com/
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Old 02-21-01, 06:21 PM   #60
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Mame V 32 is easy as hell to use. No need to use DOS commands, it runs directly from Windows. I used to have a bitch of a time running it from DOS, system would lock up and whatnot, but the new version definately kicks major ass

I'd love to get a look at your ROM list sfsdfd
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Old 02-21-01, 06:56 PM   #61
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Actually I just got the MAME32 version to work. I'm now lookin around for cool games to play on it. Specifically shooters......any suggestions?
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Old 02-21-01, 07:06 PM   #62
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I play Rambo III daily as a shooter
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Old 02-22-01, 08:40 AM   #63
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I always loved Centipede. Satan's Hollow was cool. You can play a version of that on Shockwave.
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Old 02-22-01, 08:47 AM   #64
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Also forgot

Space War
Galaxian
Warlords
Scramble
Empire City

Ahh the memories...
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Old 02-22-01, 08:47 AM   #65
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Old 02-22-01, 08:51 AM   #66
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I'd love to build a MAME cabinet to stick in my garage and be able to play these on an upright, only problem is, I'd probably F it up
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Old 02-22-01, 10:43 AM   #67
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GI Joe was a lot of fun, but I can't find that for any engine. Anyone know what emulator plays it?

I was lucky and finally found the Final Burn emulator and roms too. I love Aliens Vs. Predator.

and on MAME -- Captain Commando, Punisher, etc.

Anyone know how to play a game like T2 the arcade game with the gun on a PC? And is Alien 3: The Gun available anywhere?

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Old 02-23-01, 02:27 AM   #68
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bump, page 4 bottom is no good
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Old 02-26-01, 01:54 AM   #69
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anybody ever play miner 2049er? I wish there was a PC version of that, did find an Atari Emulator and Rom for it though
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Old 02-26-01, 11:56 AM   #70
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Shooters Recommendation

I'd recommend Guwange and ESP Ra. De. Both are kick-ass shooters with great graphics released in the last three years. It's by far the best shooter games I've played in terms of control and originality.
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Old 02-26-01, 05:18 PM   #71
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anybody ever play miner 2049er? I wish there was a PC version of that, did find an Atari Emulator and Rom for it though
Yes, for days!! I think I used to play it on my ColecoVision?? I got to like level 60 or something.
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Old 02-27-01, 02:41 PM   #72
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KLOV site

WOW, that KLOV site is amazing.. Thanks for posting that link!!
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Old 02-27-01, 02:56 PM   #73
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Word on the street is Toe Jam and Earl may be amking a appearance on the Gamecube.

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