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SirDaShadow 06-17-2004 08:52 PM

Unemulated systems
 
I know there is an unemulated MAME games site that shows games not yet emulated. I was wondering about the systems that haven't been emulated yet. Like for example, Bandai's Playdia, Phillips CDI, 3d0, etc. Is there any place that keeps track of these systems?

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JCE3000GT 06-17-2004 09:26 PM

Re: Unemulated systems
 
> I know there is an unemulated MAME games site that shows
> games not yet emulated. I was wondering about the systems
> that haven't been emulated yet. Like for example, Bandai's
> Playdia, Phillips CDI, 3d0, etc. Is there any place that
> keeps track of these systems?

Free3DO is an emu that's currently being developed. I think there are beta releases out there. Check the main ZD site it may have it.


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mFC 06-18-2004 12:22 AM

Re: Unemulated systems
 
dont forget tiger's game.com (still sitting in my closet)

Chris

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Audigy 06-18-2004 12:32 AM

Re: Unemulated systems
 
> dont forget tiger's game.com (still sitting in my closet)
>
> Chris
>

hey, and also all of those gooberish little game & watch-engine type things like "wwf wrestlemania" and "double dragon" and "the little mermaid" and whatever else that you used to see in the toy department... "handheld games" ...you know, that had probably about 2k of code, and 4 or 5 little sprites that had maybe 3 different positions each.. :)

haha, for some reason, i'd love to see those emulated. :) complete with scans of the original... unit or whatever...
mm, nostalgia.


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icenine0 06-18-2004 12:33 AM

Re: Unemulated systems
 
> Phillips CDI

I always wanted one of those, just to see how shitty the Zelda sequels really were.

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Lobster Cowboy 06-18-2004 12:40 AM

Re: Unemulated systems
 
> > Phillips CDI
>
> I always wanted one of those, just to see how shitty the
> Zelda sequels really were.

i actually played one of them at a kiosk in sears many years ago. it was more shitty than you could imagine. we're talking shaq fu level of quality

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SamIAm 06-18-2004 01:02 AM

Re: Unemulated systems
 
The two unemulated systems that I am most interested in are the Saturn, for which Saturnin is progressing quite nicely, and Sega's System 16 arcade board (and close variants), which apparently was once partially working in MAME but was removed so it could be rewritten.

I've been really curious about MegaLD games for a while now. For those who don't know, back in the days of the Genesis, Sega licenced out their hardware designs to other companies which would build their own variants of Sega's consoles. The most famous is probably the JVC X'EYE, a Genesis/SegaCD combo unit. Pioneer released their own Genesis/CD combo that was part of a laserdisc unit, and a few games were made to run off laserdiscs instead of CDs. These were mostly just FMV games and the like, but apparently there was an RPG and a shmup for the system as well.

I suspect adding MegaLD compatibility to Gens wouldn't be terribly difficult, relatively speaking, but it will probably never happen anyway.

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blackize 06-18-2004 02:38 AM

Re: Unemulated systems
 
> hey, and also all of those gooberish little game &
> watch-engine type things like "wwf wrestlemania" and "double
> dragon" and "the little mermaid"

Oh yeah, classic LCD games. I had Double Dragon and a few others. Boy did they suck ass or what, almost has bad as the Tiger R Zone, which I doubt will ever be emulated. But that doesn't matter since I own two of them and two games, Batman Forever and Mortal Kombat.

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The 9th Sage 06-18-2004 02:54 AM

Game.com...
 
Aaaaargh! My eyes! I didn't think it was possible to have a screen that blurred more than the original GB.

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maq112k2 06-18-2004 02:58 AM

Re: Game.com...
 
> Aaaaargh! My eyes! I didn't think it was possible to have
> a screen that blurred more than the original GB.

Yeah. I still love playing Sonic on it. Even if it IS impossible to beat the first few levels due to the poor control reaction, screen ghosting (like the blurring you're talking about, between frames), and the crappy ass music. Bwahahaha.

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