Ok, it took some time, but I finally got a Saturday to put together a prototype panel for my yoke. Or is the control for Spy Hunter different than a spinner control and also different than a star wars-ish yoke control? Well my other Midway games, Dig Dug, Galaga, Pacman, etc. I thought split made each zip all inclusive? So I'm wondering if this would be a good control for Spy Hunter as well. And for this question in particular. As you can probably tell, the first option is a lot less work, though I have a quick way for the latter, which is to make a list of the games with a batch file, then edit that list to the default emulator file's format. I have some work to do on the yoke itself needs some cleaning and painting before I can attempt a wire-up. If you have merged romsets then they share common files between them to save space, but then you may run into issues like the one you had.
People put in lots of time and effort into some of these projects and we don't want to discourage anyone posting. Moved Sound Board prom 82s123. Now, while I love these games and will do so until the day I die, I had come to realize that these games break down fairly frequently. Any idea what wheel you'd be trying out? A't it will be a commentary on the game or our website. I'll probably also take this as an opportunity to revamp the section of my website dedicated to my cab. Knowing that the original spy hunter control was using pots makes me much more confident.
Self promotion of any kind is prohibited. I anticipate fooling with a design to mount the yoke onto my cab over the next couple of weeks. I also upgraded with the awesome High Score save kit, which not only saves 10 high scores when the game is powered off, it replaces many of the other chips on the board at the same time, making the game that much more reliable. Hopefully I'll have a real test of Spy Hunter with the yoke shortly after that. It's really fun to relive that game. According to your reply it should with newer mame versions! Strange that they would move the soundboard to its own rom file, may throw a load of people who just download individual games, and if one of them used this soundboard rom then they might have the same problems i have.
A dependent file located in a different rom, as holldennut pointed out. So, I caved in and got a real Battlezone once again to play that one. I didn't find it in any of the spy hunter zips. Every strange, any ideas why this is? Not like the other web sites that offer thousands dysfunctional games, which I personally just as surely as you hate. I will be very happy if the Games will post comments. I remember that it used a yoke as a control, but I'm wondering what kind. Sadly, while trying to fix those, I fried the boardset by doing things I knew better than to do, but I was getting desperate and stupid in my desperation.
Emulator and games are specially designed to work properly. The collection had to go. This is partially a case of whether or not you have a split or merged romset, correct? They might be more accurate, faster, easier to config; but at the end of the day they're still same basic concept. Or if it's less authentic than a ball mouse? After that, I'll end up rebuilding the panel into its final form. Just letting others know so they don't have such a hard time getting it to run. We know everyone has them, but let's keep these out of this sub. Has spy hunter been removed form Mame, as im trying to play it in mame 0.
All of the trackballs and spinners are just variations of a mouse--that's why if you're handy you can hack up an old ball mouse doesn't work with optical because there's no roller for the ball to spin. If so, I'm going to want a gear shifter on this panel. All games on this web site I am testing by myself and all are fully functional, but provided only if you use our emulator and our game!!! I made a post concerning this three months ago, which has links to which they are. I have a full working set for Mame 0. A year or so ago I got hold of a star wars yoke actually a yoke from a different Atari cab, but essentially the same.
Any help would be much appreciated. I knew 0147 had issues with Midway games, but heard that they had been corrected in 0147u1. You have to install the latter of both of those from the Optional packages in RetroPie Setup. Setting the sensitivity to around 50% on both X and Y axes did the trick. You need to have a working knowledge of some basic electronics concepts, P. I had to build a steering column of sorts to mount the yoke up and front-center on a panel -- really just a couple of triangular pieces of wood to attach to each side of the yoke for the mount.
Then, I located a Spy Hunter project on Craigslist. The finished panel will have some buttons on the left of the yoke and a gear shifter on the right for Spy Hunter mainly. Note: Other benefits of registering for free include the removal of ads, access to 1000s of member-only download areas, and more! I thought the file was broken. I'm running my games through romcenter and this is the file it's saying I need to get it going. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. It's a bit out-dated at this point.