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Posted By: stefo

Netlist & pongs - 03/12/19 09:44 PM

I would like to highlight the new netlist results: THANK YOU COURIERSUD and DICE team!!!!!!
Now the emulated games are: Pong, Pong Doubles, Breakout and the fresh new Rebound!!

[Linked Image] Pong (emulated in 2013)

[Linked Image] Pong Doubles (emulated in 2014)

[Linked Image] Break Out (emulated in 2015)

Other achievements are the discrete sounds for example in Kid Niki, Horizon and Spelunker...

Congratulations!!!!!!

(images from haze site, thank you...)
Posted By: Just Desserts

Re: Netlist & pongs - 03/13/19 06:29 AM

Why are you posting this here? What is even the point of this thread?
Posted By: stefo

Re: Netlist & pongs - 03/13/19 09:42 AM

Maybe to show the achievements of netlist that aren't shown anywhere in the forum?
As in "TMS-09xx/1xxx thread (was New Dumps)" thread for the handheld or in "PC98" thread or many other threads?
(You perhaps can argue that it was better to put them in "SVN builds - new driver flood".... )

Posted By: shattered

Re: Netlist & pongs - 03/13/19 11:51 AM

Some screenshots of Stunt Cycle WIP are in https://forums.bannister.org/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=107613&page=3
Posted By: R. Belmont

Re: Netlist & pongs - 03/13/19 12:01 PM

Those achievements were shown off at the time they occurred. Netlist is deader than disco now.
Posted By: Vas Crabb

Re: Netlist & pongs - 03/13/19 12:44 PM

Not really - it's had some major refactoring and significant optimisation over the last few months, as well as the Soviet test pattern generators. Also there's Cheeky Mouse and Zaccaria sound stuff that's more recent that any of the stuff mentioned in this thread, although pretty old now.
Posted By: shattered

Re: Netlist & pongs - 03/13/19 12:50 PM

I've added test pattern generators to try the netlist system before adding Gorodki arcade (that's not happening yet, but maybe someday) and Palestra-02 tv-game-pong-clone. Netlist for the latter needs debugging, so it's not usable yet.
Posted By: Stiletto

Re: Netlist & pongs - 03/14/19 06:55 PM

Did Arbee miss couriersud's Rebound submission? (no new chips tho, IIRC Rebound uses all the same chips as Pong, just in different quantities and with different schematics)
Posted By: R. Belmont

Re: Netlist & pongs - 03/14/19 07:27 PM

Wasn't rebound like 5 years ago?
Posted By: stefo

Re: Netlist & pongs - 03/14/19 10:35 PM

In 12/3/2019 you can read in github:

New working machine
-----------
Rebound [DICE team, Couriersud]

Commit e80276bb23b25b7e2a6772e737cebbf57487326f

go to github

So it's "stayin' alive" like said in shout box.... wink
Posted By: Dullaron

Re: Netlist & pongs - 03/15/19 07:24 AM

Nice
Posted By: RColtrane

Re: Netlist & pongs - 03/15/19 12:10 PM

Yep, that's true. It seems that Couriersud is back somehow:

@couriersud
couriersud committed 5 days ago
1 parent 68c97d0 commit e80276bb23b25b7e2a6772e737cebbf57487326f

Now my hope is renewed to see the last game I still don't have in my all time favorites collection: Taito's Bazooka (1977).
Posted By: Stiletto

Re: Netlist & pongs - 03/15/19 03:42 PM

Originally Posted by R. Belmont
Wasn't rebound like 5 years ago?


I think you're thinking of Breakout...
Posted By: stefo

Re: Netlist & pongs - 03/20/19 03:57 PM

Here we can see how is Atari Rebound emulated in mame:
[Linked Image]
Posted By: stefo

Re: Netlist & pongs - 04/08/19 08:28 AM

Added discrete sound to "Waddingtons 2001: The Game Machine".
Schematics here ->
Posted By: anoid

Re: Netlist & pongs - 04/08/19 12:01 PM

Very cool! The Waddingtons 2001 comes with both keyboard and screen overlays for the 4 built in games. There is also a score sheet.

This screams being added to the artwork system.

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?...E94671B1896EBA20B37&&FORM=VRDGAR

A-Noid
Posted By: anoid

Re: Netlist & pongs - 04/10/19 01:23 AM

Originally Posted by anoid
Very cool! The Waddingtons 2001 comes with both keyboard and screen overlays for the 4 built in games. There is also a score sheet.

This screams being added to the artwork system.

A-Noid


A better video from gregf:

MR BIFFO & PAUL GANNON PLAY THE WADDINGTONS 2001: THE GAME MACHINE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9czIDh6cTQ

Digitiser2000
Published on Feb 22, 2019


Biffo and Gannon attempt to get to grips with another obscure old games system, Waddingtons' 2001: The Game Machine console. Whoop with excitement as they get to grips with Grand Prix, Shooting Gallery, and the thrilling calculator mode!
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