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Re: What's the best arcade sound chip from the mid '90s? #5384 09/16/05 03:58 AM
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Furthermore, the only feedback I've recieved since adding that sound support has been negative (aside from a nice comment by Aaron Giles). It appears a great many people preferred those games silent, and I can certainly arrange that for 0.101.
Not true! I gave you the orange dancing thingy :p
http://www.mameworld.info/ubbthreads/sho...part=1&vc=1

I had a ball this weekend.

Damn!! And in the middle of typing this, you fixed Speed Racer. Rock on


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Re: What's the best arcade sound chip from the mid '90s? #5385 09/16/05 04:16 AM
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Yeah, but that orange dancing thing scares me. (So does Sixtoe, but for different reasons) :pac:

Re: What's the best arcade sound chip from the mid '90s? #5386 09/16/05 02:30 PM
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That's because I've got the Bone .


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Re: What's the best arcade sound chip from the mid '90s? #5387 09/16/05 05:51 PM
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BUT NOW I'VE GOT IT EVEN MORE!!!!!111oneeleven


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Re: What's the best arcade sound chip from the mid '90s? #5388 09/16/05 07:04 PM
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Oooooh. Best news I've seen in a while :-)

Wonder if Treasure's developing it again.

Re: What's the best arcade sound chip from the mid '90s? #5389 09/25/05 03:36 AM
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>Sorry, unfortunately my Point Blank PCB is >broken, and temporarily not working!

what's the problem with it wink i bet i could help (at least a bit wink )


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