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djmousie
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Tron - Original Arcade Game

on Saturday, May, 17, 2003 3:25 PM
I was playing Tron on MAME32 and I was playing the I/O Tower section with the grid bugs and a solar sailer flew by and dropped off what looks to be a BIT. I collected it but not sure what its purpose is? Anyone have an idea?buy viagra onlinehttp://www.bilimselbilisim.com/haberler_detay.aspx?id=42 viagra online


 
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on Saturday, May, 17, 2003 3:27 PM
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Compucore
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on Saturday, May, 17, 2003 4:29 PM
IN the Mame itself or the original Arcade Game that you were playing? I was not aware of a solar sailor passing on top when I was playing the game as a teenager when the original arcade was available.


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on Saturday, May, 17, 2003 7:35 PM
djmousie Wrote:I was playing Tron on MAME32 and I was playing the I/O Tower section with the grid bugs and a solar sailer flew by and dropped off what looks to be a BIT. I collected it but not sure what its purpose is? Anyone have an idea?

I believe it's a 5,000 point bonus point to try to get.

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Allen_One
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on Saturday, May, 17, 2003 8:21 PM
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curtishart
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Re: Tron - Original Arcade Game

on Saturday, May, 17, 2003 9:53 PM
Allen_One Wrote:I don't suppose you could help another program out and say where you got the TRON game for MAME...?

I would never help someone look on WWW for roms for a MAME game such as Tron or Donkey Kong (which I call DK) I mean, telling someone to go to a WWW site for MAME games like DK would be unethical.



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KiaPurity
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on Saturday, May, 17, 2003 10:29 PM
*leans in*

www.mame.dk

And you'll have to register to be able to download them for free. >_> Doesn't cost anything!

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curtishart
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on Sunday, May, 18, 2003 12:08 PM
KiaPurity Wrote:*leans in*

www.mame.dk

And you'll have to register to be able to download them for free. >_> Doesn't cost anything!

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KiaPurity
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on Sunday, May, 18, 2003 6:39 PM
Hahaha. It's because I've visited the site a lot and gotten quite a few old arcade roms.

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Compucore
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on Sunday, May, 18, 2003 8:45 PM
How about spy hunter and Gyruss Kia??? Are they there as well??


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on Monday, May, 19, 2003 10:47 AM
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on Monday, May, 19, 2003 2:36 PM
FusionAddict Wrote:You can also go to CLASSIC GAMING by GameSpy...they carry old Arcade Roms, Sega Master System, Atari 2600, and some other systems as well.

The only problem is that Classic Gaming carries arcade roms from an older build of MAME and they may not work with the currect version of MAME due to a more accurate dump of the arcade roms.

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on Tuesday, May, 20, 2003 10:22 AM
KiaPurity Wrote:Old school GORF is just creepy compared to the C64 port of Gorf. o_O

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on Sunday, July, 27, 2003 5:47 AM
I am just suprised what with all the remakes of arcade classics that none of the top game systems have brought
the original TRON arcade games home. I have MAME copies
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Re: Tron - Original Arcade Game

on Sunday, July, 27, 2003 12:50 PM
curtishart Wrote:
KiaPurity Wrote:Old school GORF is just creepy compared to the C64 port of Gorf. o_O

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on Sunday, July, 27, 2003 1:13 PM
Blewz Wrote:I am just suprised what with all the remakes of arcade classics that none of the top game systems have brought
the original TRON arcade games home. I have MAME copies
but I'd much rather have something lagit. Oh, does anyone
know of any TRON or Reboot skins for the Sims or Jedi
Outcast?

Well, the first problem is probably aquiring rights from Bally/Midway for the game AND Disney for the Tron rights.

The second is, there isn't a joystick/spinner controller combo out there (Except for the Wingman Warrior which isn't being produced anymore) to make the game 'fun'. Personally, I've tried Tron and Discs of Tron with the joystick/mouse combo and it's DEFINATELY not the same, play-wise.

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Re: Tron - Original Arcade Game

on Sunday, July, 27, 2003 9:56 PM
If I can make a suggestion here. If you can't fond an origina one to replace the one that you don't have or its broken. Why not make a substitute one from an atari game paddle. The only thing that you wouuld need to do. And I'm just thinking about it. Is the pinout required. And I am sure that you can find out the pinouts required for a joystick plug that is behind on your mnputer../ Like I said its only an idea.




curtishart Wrote:
Blewz Wrote:I am just suprised what with all the remakes of arcade classics that none of the top game systems have brought
the original TRON arcade games home. I have MAME copies
but I'd much rather have something lagit. Oh, does anyone
know of any TRON or Reboot skins for the Sims or Jedi
Outcast?

Well, the first problem is probably aquiring rights from Bally/Midway for the game AND Disney for the Tron rights.

The second is, there isn't a joystick/spinner controller combo out there (Except for the Wingman Warrior which isn't being produced anymore) to make the game 'fun'. Personally, I've tried Tron and Discs of Tron with the joystick/mouse combo and it's DEFINATELY not the same, play-wise.

Guess I'll have to wait until I get off my derrier someday and finish my MAME cabinet which will have the famous trigger-stick/spinner combo so I can play Discs of Tron again ('cause I already have a Tron upright )
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Re: Tron - Original Arcade Game

on Sunday, July, 27, 2003 11:41 PM
Compucore Wrote:If I can make a suggestion here. If you can't fond an origina one to replace the one that you don't have or its broken. Why not make a substitute one from an atari game paddle. The only thing that you wouuld need to do. And I'm just thinking about it. Is the pinout required. And I am sure that you can find out the pinouts required for a joystick plug that is behind on your mnputer../ Like I said its only an idea.





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Compucore
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on Sunday, July, 27, 2003 11:53 PM
Well go for it. If you can do that. For $5 american. ...


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